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Got here for lunch with my fiance and my parents on Sunday 09.02.2020, at around 14:00.
We went inside, a waiter invited us to sit at a table. After we took our clothes off and had a sit, a waitress came and told us that...the table was booked, and there are no free tables and then left.
We then saw the waiter who invited us to the table and asked him what should we do, and he said that there are no free tables, and he turned his back and also left in a hurry.
No apologiez, no further explanations, just left there standing.
They were totally rude, and we felt very very bad.
I’m happy that we didn’t stayed because I think that they’d had same attitude even when serving.
Rude. Rude. Rude. Bad personal.More
This place is different place. Like a cafe but not cafe. Like a restaurant but not solid restaurant. Very different ambiance. Cute. Duck menu has many different choices. At the same time you can find other foods but ducks are so so delicious. Besides i...recomend their local chili soup. Amazing. If you visit to Bratislava you should go this place. Enjoy :)More
Stumbled into Pulitzer and was welcomed, together with my friend. Although late, we were served with gentleness and care. We returned because we wanted to taste all the traditional food of the country: goulash, duck, knedliky, wine... Good service and tasty food.
We made a point of going here because of a 'Duck & Goose Festival' at the restaurant. The festival amounted to Foie Gras which was very nice or Duck in various guises, all served with red cabbage. The menus were translated, the A La Carte...menu had plenty to choose from. Prices were a little high the food was good but nothing special. Staff were ambivalent. Atmosphere was good and busy. The bill was not translated, so needed thorough checking!More
We ate at Pulitzer's three times during our stay in Bratislava. The very first night we arrived around 9 pm and, although the restaurant closed at 10 pm they gave us plenty of time to choose what we wanted to eat, and even suggested some...traditional food. We had goulash and knedliky (local bread dumplings) and two really good soups, one of them included in the special goulash menu we shared. The service was perfect: well done to all the staff!More
Myself and my girlfriend went here because we stumbled upon it. Which I am very thankful we did. Staff are very friendly and the food is absolutely amazing. Lots of choices for drinks and found our new favourite wine which is a local Slovakian wine....Very cheap in comparison to what you would normally pay for the great quality. Would recommend this restaurant to anyone.More