Customer feedback about Food & cooking tours in Bratislava
5.0 based on 11 reviewsRating
We really enjoyed our Beer Craft Tour in Bratislava. The guide was nice and full of knowledge, and was easy to communicate with. Highly recommended.
Review by Tjerand • September 12, 2016
A delicious food adventure
Daniella was wonderful. She knows her way around the town and restaurants and it was wonderful to have different parts of a meal in different locations. We started with an appetizer (charcuterie and duck confit) then walked along the city wall to find the next place to eat chicken soup. We ate in a cellar which was romantic. Then we walked through the city to a micro-brewery that specializes in traditional Slovak food. Apparently lunch is the biggest meal. We had potato dumplings, pork dumplings with sauerkraut, beef with carrot and parsnip purée. This was followed by a number of sweets and wine/liquor tasting. The food and drinks were absolutely wonderful. I definitely recommend doing any type of tour with Daniella.
Review by oreallya462 / TripAdvisor • August 26, 2016
Wonderful tour in Bratislava
My daughter and I had a chance to learn about and eat local food Bratislava. It was a great experience that we won't forget. Daniela really knows Bratislava, and was really comfortable sharing her knowledge and perspective on this wonderful city. A food tour is an amazing way to add purpose and depth to a city visit. So getting a chance to learn the local foods and visit local places made our day trip in Bratislava so much better. I recommend Daniela as a tour guide any day.
Review by Jason_Ruhl / TripAdvisor • August 26, 2016
First Rate Tour
Great range of locations and food. Linda was very knowledgable and shared much information about the food and settings. Easy conversation along the way made her more of a hostess than a tour guide. Pleasant -- and full -- afternoon!
Review by ssdz / TripAdvisor • August 26, 2016
Exceeded our expectations
We visited Bratislava as a family of five in June. Joining Bratislava Food Tours was the best thing we could do! In my opinion foodtour is a great thing in general and this one was amazing. We were introduced to some of the best delicacies in Slovakia and visited 5 or 6 vendors. I especially liked the sauerkraut soup Slovaks eat on Christmas. Our guide Linda was very knowledgeable about customs, culture, history and also some statistical data about recent Slovakia. And it was obvious that she is a foodie, too. What a delightful afternoon!
Review by Ters2015 / TripAdvisor • August 26, 2016
Reasonably priced and worth every euro!
This is a great food tour introducing a perhaps lesser-known European cuisine along with traditions and walking around and seeing the city. Great guide and tons of food and drink!
Review by easinmontreal / TripAdvisor • August 26, 2016
Fascinating food tour around the local market . With the lovely touch of gifts milk fresh that morning that erich brought along.
Review by debbie • July 08, 2016
Great time, fun, interesting went to places I would never have found on my own
Review by Anne • July 06, 2016
Petra was really nice and she really knew about Slovak culture, food, and history. She also considered my preferences when planning out the dishes we would try. I really felt like it was an authentic experience because we went to all the "secret" places. The whole tour was wonderful. I would book it again.
Review by Enrico • May 28, 2016
Very happy and would recommend.
I really enjoyed. I think it would be a good idea for there to be a photo of the main entrance of market/meeting place as we were dropped by the taxi at the market and he insisted it was the main entrance, we were fifteen minutes early but only when it was past the time and we walked down we arrived at the right place, so might avoid late starts.. Also Lucie has a brilliant blog and so think if she included a link to it, with useful Slovak phrases, I certainly wish I had got to read it before my trip. My friend was pregnant (found out after we had booked the tour)so it was difficult to know what a pregnant woman can't eat but I think Lucie was great about it. Really enjoyed the food. The one thing I would say is it would be nice to know what we are covering as I wasn't sure what to expect so just a brief outline in a mail or at the very start of the tour of how the time will be spent, e.g first we are going to see nuts, then cheese, then wine. I loved the certificate at the end, it was a lovely touch.
Review by Caroline • May 21, 2016
The tour guide was very nice and well informed and spoke good English :) This is definitely an off the beaten track guided tour in one of the less touristy markets of Bratislava. Do come hungry at the tour!
Review by Irene • March 24, 2016