Sit down places in Bratislava for breakfast

Peter & Anna also exchange views on US and Slovak breakfast.

Workers of the hospitability sector have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic hard. Workers of the hospitability sector have been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic hard. (Source: Pixabay)

It was supposed to be just a normal breakfast place guide around Bratislava, but the conversation turned out to be more than that.

This week's Spectacular Slovakia episode will, therefore, take listeners back to the times when the communist regime ruled in what is now Slovakia for a moment. They will have an opportunity to learn more about Škodovka, Mondieu, Rannô Ptáča, Pán Cakes, and even La Donuteria: some of the most amazing breakfast places in Slovakia's capital.

And people should listen carefully if they want to learn more about American and Slovak breakfast. They may fall in love with treska and ruské vajce. And if not, pancakes should come to your rescue.

At the end of the day, Peter and Anna want you to keep calm and have breakfast. No matter the hour. Join them!

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