Roland Restaurant Café

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5 Hlavné námestie, Bratislava, Slovakia
Roland Restaurant Café - Main Square reflection at Roland Restaurant Café
Roland Restaurant Café - Slovak Goulash served on Haluška (Spätzle)
Roland Restaurant Café - Sideboard in Roland's basement
Roland Restaurant Café - Mechanical Turk chess playing automaton

Roland Restaurant Café Bratislava Reviews

Andy99 Andy99
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Roland Right on Main Square Sep 28, 2011
We selected Roland Restaurant Café for lunch in Bratislava as it was right on Main Square and the menu posted on the sidewalk looked most appetizing.

This turned out to be a very enjoyable lunch! Susan and I ate outside on the square. The waiter was very attentive and brought our beverage order right away. I could see from the makeup of the other guests Roland is used to a visitor clientele. Roland serves a variety of fresh Slovakian and Austrian foods. I ordered Slovakian Goulash, which came served over Haluška (Spätzle). The chunks of beef were very thick, but tender.

After lunch, we went inside for the restrooms. (The restaurant is in a former bank and they use the vault for seating, too.) Downstairs is a banquet room with a surprising collection of interesting furniture, but most interesting of all is the Mechanical Turk chess player automaton.

I would definitely recommend Roland!
Main Square reflection at Roland R…
Slovak Goulash served on Haluška …
Mechanical Turk chess playing auto…
Sideboard in Roland's basement
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oceanroses says:
Thanks for sharing. We went there and found out they had really cheap and fantastic cake there, and really good soups.
Posted on: Dec 11, 2011
Africancrab says:
Nice review, thanks for sharing
Posted on: Nov 30, 2011
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