Castles and wooded hills frame the Slovakian capital. Wine bar owner Martin Pagi tips the best spots for eating, culture and nightlife

Koliba Kamzik is a small place next to the main square in Bratislava which aims to recreate the countryside feel of the area it is named after. The menu features traditional dishes (there’s a lot of bryndza, a cheese made from sheep’s milk mainly produced in the Carpathian mountains) as well as great sharing platters with pork belly, potato pancakes and sauerkraut.

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