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Reviewed 17 March 2020

We stopped by Konditerei Kormuth instead of lunch for some Kaffee und Kuchen on the advise of Rick Steves. Wow! The decor of this place is amazing--baroque decorations on the walls and ceiling, murals of various saints. There is a choice of various coffee drinks...and different tortes or other desserts. All was amazingly delicious. One suggestion: Take a trip downstairs (where the toilets are) and you'll find the atmospheric cellar rooms. Even the toilet bowls are decorated! The menu is a bit expensive, but it's worth the price.More

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed 13 March 2020

A real nostalgic cup of coffee or tea with nice piece of cake. Really old historic interior, tea or coffee served in antique porcelain, super ambiance. Not quite cheap, ( coffee and cake offer € 10,- p/p ), but good quality. Off course touristic, but...something different.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 7 March 2020 via mobile

What a gem of a coffee shop. You won't get passed the door without buying coffee and cake. 10 euros expensive but it's like stepping back in time once you are in. The building is fantastic and the decorations and wall frescos are as good...as anything I have seen anywhere else. Old fashioned service with beautiful cakes and coffee served on china plates and JB. The hot chocolate is to die for, very rich, you can almost stand a spoon in it its so thick. Oh don't forget to visit the loos!More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 23 February 2020

The entrance fee is 10 euro per person, that includes one drink and one dessert or ice-cream. The cafe is lovely decorated, some decoration and furniture are old and they serve drinks and cakes in beautiful porcelain. I guess that is the reason the cafe...is called "museum". A waiter was extremely poite and spoke some languages. The desserts were average, but the atmosphere was lovely.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 23 February 2020 via mobile

We had the coffee and cake set menu for 10 euros. There were a large selection of hot drinks and cakes available so it was difficult to decide what to have! Great ambiance, decoration and wonderful staff who made the experience special. We didn’t have...to book in advance or wait for a table.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 23 February 2020

This is not cheap (fixed price €10 or €17 with Prosecco) however you are really paying for the atmosphere of a nineteenth century coffee house. Cakes are superb and service is friendly and efficient.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 28 January 2020

We were here on Christmas Day as part of a river cruise walking tour. I actually chose this specific tour (paying for it rather than taking the included excursion) because it was billed as including traditional Slovak pastries, and since I have Slovak heritage and...grew up with our own Slovak pastry traditions, I was really excited about seeing what currently counted as a Slovak sweet. To say this place is ornate is more than an understatement. Our tour guide informed us that it is family owned, and the owner is a huge fan of the Hapsburg dynasty, collecting antiques and decorating his cafe with painted scenes and portraits related to the Hapsburgs. He even has himself and members of his family painted in the style/manner of the royal Hapsburgs. Our tour guide made a big deal that the ownership was allowing us to go back and see some roped-off rooms of the cafe where they don't normally allow regular patrons if you aren't a VIP. OK. While this area of the world was at one time part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire (and therefore has had many influences that are not strictly Slovakian), and while of course a proprietor has every right to take joy in creating whatever decor he/she desires in their business, I was disappointed that the place reflected a royal dynasty of German and Austrian heritage rather than celebrating a specifically Slovak point of view in its decor and in its treats. While they did include some poppyseed and nut pastries (both very Slovak fillings), they seemed to be most excited to present the more fancy cake/torte. The nut pastry was very good, the cake/torte was alright. Indeed their pastry case mostly reflected what I would expect to find in formal pastry shops in Austria than Slovakia. At the end of our visit the owner and some of his family came in, and seemed very proud and welcoming. I appreciated that they opened on Christmas Day and allowed us in. But it wasn't the Slovak pastry experience I had hoped for.More

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed 13 January 2020 via mobile

The minute we entered the cafe it was like stepping into the ancient times! The walls, ceilings and decors are stunning. I love the ceiling. Cake was delicious too and the utensils are gorgeous. The waiter was a lovely gentleman not only very welcoming but...even ask us if we want to take photos of the place. We had a lovely time! I highly recommend if you are in Bratislava.More

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed 12 January 2020

Truly a very beautiful setting to have some coffee and cake. I am so tired of everything looking boring, modern and bare. This was so colorful, everywhere you looked something caught the eye. I don't blame the owner(s) for not letting hordes of tourists disrupt...their business and spoil the experience for paying customers. The cake we had was really good, not sure what we ate but it was moist and tasted like coconut.More

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed 10 January 2020

Visited with my son on Christmas Eve, absolutely beautiful place, ceilings resembling Sistine Chapel in Rome, mostly pastries were being served... A bit expensive but well worth it!

Date of visit: December 2019
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