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Culinary experience in Hotel Devin

Treat your senses to an exquisite gastronomic experience

The charming French Restaurant at Hotel Devín is an exquisite combination of traditional culinary specialities and scrumptious, modern flavours, spiced up by Bratislava’s historical atmosphere and its indisputable class.

You can indulge in traditional Slovak dishes, or if you have a more adventurous pallet, sample some of our exquisite international delicacies. Your sweet tooth will be appeased by our flambéed desserts, which perfectly complement the restaurant’s serene ambiance. Its elegant premises will match your taste buds, as will the top-notch services provided by our staff. Exquisite food should be paired with delicious drinks – we gladly recommend premium cognac, rum, or delicate wine according to your taste.

Executive Chef – Miroslav Milučký

Our chef's priority is to give you an exceptional culinary experience that will indulge all of your senses. You can look forward to traditional Slovak dishes with modern accents and flavours, as well as exquisite international specialities. All of our food is made from premium, high-quality, and fresh ingredients.

For the late spring season, we have prepared a seasonal offer of French cuisine that will be available on our a la carte menu starting in mid-May. French cuisine is known and loved world-wide thanks to its originality, high level of food preparation, aesthetic approach to food presentation and of course, its undeniable deliciousness. We have decided to introduce some meals and desserts typical of French cuisine in our restaurant. Savour the traditional terrine of duck foie gras or the delightful creaminess of Vichyssoise soup. The evening is not complete without our mouth-watering Crème Brûlée or Crêpes Suzette.

If you want to try something completely new and expand your culinary horizons, order the cockscombs with lettuce and rémoulade or our famous frog legs (Cuisses de Grenouille) with herb butter, shallot reduction and potato soufflé… Bon Appétit!

Recently, the restaurant at Hotel Devín was distinguished by the prestigious French food guide Gault Millau for its premium quality of food and French-style service. The restaurant is also regularly rated as one of the best restaurants in Bratislava in the Trend Top Hotels and Restaurants yearbook.

For those who want to give their relatives or colleagues a unique and unforgettable present, we offer one voucher for the culinary experience in our French restaurant. You can purchase the voucher on the restaurant’s website at www.hoteldevin.sk/en/french-restaurant. All guests who dine at the French Restaurant, we provide free parking in front of the hotel.

French Restaurant of Hotel Devín – Unique culinary experience
Address: Riecna 4, Bratislava www.hoteldevin.sk/en/french-restaurant
Bookings for tables in French restaurant: events@hoteldevin.sk, tel.: +421 910 799 789

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