nice place, nice food, not cheap but a lot for the money, with enought place to let the car in front
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Winter afternoon behind many hours of long meetings and same kind of lunch - loooong. Pleasant ambient, great waiters, clever, quick and witty. Quite relaxed waiting to got what we came for - a rabbit with stewed vegetables. Probably the best I've tasted. A great...More
We were a group of ten and had a nice room for ourselves. The clockhouse is a historic building - so get the full story of it. Very friendly waiter and very observant. Food was nice - actually very nice - but not gourmet. They...More
Very nice dinner outside on a summery lovely evening! Definitely a plus the live jazz band for enjoying wine or dessert in the terrace. We had the kinoa salad with poached egg and as a main course black Angus with rosemary potatoes on the side....More
Service very attentive and speedy, food was v good and included some Bulgarian specialities. Unfortunately, the grilled meat was no longer hot (agree: we were late too). Wine list ist very good.
This classic restaurant is build in stilish house from the beggining of 20th century in a place, strongly suspect the second best roman coliseum in the world is buried under. Nice garden, classic atmosphere, best wine-list, situated in the heart of the city.
This restaurant has a great outdoor seating area for dinner. Food however was very average. Guacamole was like something processed and the kebabs were very small in portion. There are better value restaurants with cute settings in Sofia.
With nice food (not very creative, but well cooked), decontracted service. A little bit overpriced, but I'll definitely come back again.
Nice location, good food and attentive service (speaking bulgarian only). I liked their daily menu composed of bulgarian traditional specialties. Highly recommended to those who would like to enjoy a favourite place for locals.