One of Vienna’s markets is my preferred destination for a Saturday morning, but today I felt it was time for a change, so we headed for Bratislava.
Our first stop was at “Burzoblsak”, where secondhand clothes and handmade jewelry and toys were displayed by young people, in a pleasant manner. The second stop was at a local market, “Trvhovisko Mileticova”, where a large variety of products were available, including fresh walnuts, duck fat (anyone ready to prepare “confit de canard”?), grape juice slightly fermented (“most” and”sturm” in German), pickles in various combinations,foie gras, local cheese and sausages, beautiful 💐 and all the fruits and vegetables a respectable market should offer during this time of the year.
Lunch was a Vietnamese affair, at a restaurant in the market, which is quite well known in Bratislava. From the three dishes we ordered, the Bún chả was my favorite; the broth of Pho bo (beef and noodle soup) lacked somehow in flavor and depth, but the meat was tasty. The trip back to Vienna was pleasant and offered me another opportunity to reflect upon the future of renewable energy compared to other sources. Bratislava is always a pleasant destination, so we are planing to go back soon!
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