When I visited Bistro Soho for the first time, I felt like I was abroad. Nice hipster bikes locked in front of the grey trendy facade of the restaurant. Some tables outside. A simple interior made by local architect studio gut gut and Andrej Olah. A brick wall, blackboard menu, flexible seating and black toilets make it unique. With very kind tattooed staff.
An austere but interesting menu with only 2 soups: coconut with tofu, banana and Thai basil and the other one with chicken instead of tofu. Soups and main courses are served in 0.75L bowls. If you’re starving try the chicken, beef, tofu or scampi with coconut milk and vegetables. They also prepare a specialty – these days it is beef with green beans and rice and salmon with teriyaki sauce. Very delicious. A slice of melon is included, but if it is still not enough, try the cake. To drink they serve homemade elder or cucumber lemonade, coffee and tea.
It’s a trendy bistro with honest food. They recently opened a new branch at Laurinska 17. Dunajska is under reconstruction.