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Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce in Bratislava at Venturska Klubovna

by Lisa
Fried Cheese Tartar Sauce Bratislava Venturska Klubovna - JoyDellaVita.com

In eastern European countries meat is eaten a lot. As a vegetarian, the only remaining option is often either salad or fried cheese, or both. In Bratislava, I strolled the town and stopped as soon as I saw the shadow-spending umbrellas of Restaurant Venturska Klubovna. A bit earlier than noon the Restaurant wasn’t too busy (yet) and the service incredibly fast. From approaching the Restaurant to having a meal served to my table only 10 minutes have passed.

Even though temperatures were approaching the 30’s I went for something from the ‘delicacies from the stove’ page of the menu. Classic fried cheese for 7,79€, with deep-fried gouda cheese, homemade tartar sauce and roasted potatoes. I swapped the roasted potatoes for fried ones, and just seconds after ordering I had a chilled drink, and some minutes later a hot meal. The service was fluent in English and also the menu was available in the English language, of course. To view it right now, I added the link in the address section below.

Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce is a dish you can’t do too much wrong with, and indeed it was really good. Creamy cheese in a crunchy coating, tasty dip and also crunchy Fries. I can definitely recommend Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce in Bratislava at Venturska Klubovna. And afterwards, what about the best ice-cream in town?

Address Restaurant Venturska Klubovna

Ventúrska 269/1
811 01 Staré Mesto – Bratislava
Slowakia
website: www.nasaklubovna.sk/en/menu/venturska/

Pictures: Fried Cheese with Tartar Sauce in Bratislava at Restaurant Venturska Klubovna

Restaurant Venturska Klubovna in Bratislava -  JoyDellaVita.com
Restaurant Venturska Klubovna in Bratislava
Classic fried cheese for 7,79€, with deep-fried gouda cheese, homemade tartar sauce and fries - Restaurant Venturska Klubovna in Bratislava -  JoyDellaVita.com
Classic fried cheese for 7,79€, with deep-fried gouda cheese, homemade tartar sauce and fries
Lisa
Hi, I'm Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog. Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means 'Joy of Life'. And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle.

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