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Very decent restaurant. Situated on the corner of nicest street in Trnava. Food is always delicious, staff always professional. Not the cheapest, but you get what you pay for. They also offer lunch menu with daily specials.
Really nice place in old part of Trnava. We were surprised by atmosphere, service and the food. Surprised because we had no expectations only to eat a great food. But everything was perfect and if you are looking for a nice and tasty place to...eat in Trnava, this is it! Try ribs grilled over charcole. Mmm, you wont be disapointed!More
Date of visit: January 2020
paulaskolek, Manažér at Forhaus, responded to this reviewResponded 6 January 2020
Dear Mr. Tom,
thank you very much for your visit and we are pleased that you liked our spare ribs from Josper grill, magical atmosphere and service. Hope to see you again.
We where in the city for the Slovakia v Wales match. We had a few hours to kill, so we found this lovely restaurant. We had amazing fillet steaks. Red wine, beers. Ended up spending around 4 hours in the restaurant. Great, professional service also.
I ate here twice while on business. Nice outdoor seating. Service was ok. I was not offered a glass of water with my meal which I found odd. The caprese salad was decent. Tomato soup was ok. The second dinner was with a very large...group of people and there was only one server. That dinner lasted almost 3 hours.More
We stopped in for dinner and my husband had the duck with plum sauce and potatoes (around 14 euros), I had the spinach and zucchini risotto (11 euros). The potatoes were incredible- great flavor with amazing crunch. My husband thoroughly enjoyed the duck, and the...risotto was the perfect balance of soft and creamy. The waiter was pleasant and spoke very good English. The only reason for taking off one star was that the wine was super expensive (6 euro for one glass of “red wine”) compared to every other restaurant we’d gone to in 10 days of travel in Slovakia (usually 1-2 euros/glass). My fault for not looking at the menu before ordering it, but ouch when the bill came. We would absolutely go back- if nothing else, just to eat the potatoes!More