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ShermansTravel experts know where to find the best meal in town at the best price. Our restaurant reviews sift through the mountains of menus to highlight neighborhood gastronomic institutions and up-and-coming foodie hotspots – not to mention where to go for affordable, dependable fare complemented by a charming atmosphere.

Top Restaurants in Lithuania

Caffe Ristorante Kogo

Located in the historical center of Bratislava, Kogo offers a calm and classical spot to enjoy traditional Mediterranean fare. The restaurant specializes in Italian dishes, including homemade pastas prepared in over 35 different ways, as well as eight different kinds of risotto. Dine inside underneath arched white walls, or outside at the large canopied terrace, with its worthwhile views of the Slovak National Theatre and the statue of Slovak poet P.O. Hviezdoslav.

Hviezdoslavovo Square 21, 011-42-1-2546-45094,
Tags: moderate | italian | jim's pick


Where there was once royalty, now there is cuisine fit for a king (and queen). Camouflage is touted as the ‘soul’ of Erdödy Palace, a majestic 18th century estate that originally served as home to members of the Hungarian aristocracy (with ties to the royal throne). Among the castle’s vast hallways and Andy Warhol originals, Camouflage serves continental cuisine with a focus on its Slovakian origins. The chef has hand-selected starter combinations if you can’t make up your mind, which truly is difficult with dishes like Jeruzalem artichokes served with pan-fried langoustine tails and goat-cheese croquettes, or Label Rouge Scottish salmon enhanced with wasabi puree and savory bacon vinaigrette.

Ventúrska 1, 011-421-2-2092-2711,
Tags: expensive | castle | jim's pick

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