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Prices you can expect to pay in Slovakia

AT A SUPERMARKET bread € 1.20milk (0.1l) € 0.70butter (125g) € 1 yoghurt € 0.50ham (100g) € 0.7mineral water (1.5l) € 0.8soft drinks (2l) € 1.20fruit juice (1l) € 1.30ready-made pre-packaged meal (to warm-up in microwave) € 2Prices of fruit and vegetables depend on the season.

AT A SUPERMARKET


bread € 1.20
milk (0.1l) € 0.70
butter (125g) € 1
yoghurt € 0.50
ham (100g) € 0.7
mineral water (1.5l) € 0.8
soft drinks (2l) € 1.20
fruit juice (1l) € 1.30
ready-made pre-packaged meal (to warm-up in microwave) € 2
Prices of fruit and vegetables depend on the season.

AT A PUB / CAFÉ


coffee € 1.50
tea € 1.50
mineral water / soft drink (0.3l) € 1.50
glass of wine € 2
large beer (0.5l) € 1.50

IN A RESTAURANT


Daily menu – usually includes soup as a starter, a main dish, and sometimes also a soft drink or a dessert. Prices range from € 3 to € 5, in fancier restaurants up to
€ 10.
The cheapest places to eat include fast-food restaurants and Asian-food bistros. A kebab or hamburger in a fast-food stall is around
€ 2.50. A complete dish in an Asian bistro is around € 3.
Prices of some main courses in average restaurants:
Bryndzové halušky € 3.50
Goulash with side dish € 5
Schnitzel with side dish € 7
Steak € 15
Pasta € 5

Note: Prices in cafés, pubs and restaurants are slightly higher in the centre of Bratislava than in the rest of the country.

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This article was published in the latest edition of Spectacular Slovakia , which can be obtained from our online shop.
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