This is clearly a popular restaurant, since it was quite busy even on a weekday evening.
I first ordered pork kavarma (a Bulgarian speciality) but the waitress advised me against it since she said they didn't have "the right kind of meat" and I might therefore be disappointed with the result. In the end I went with her recommendation, which turned out to be a simple pork steak in mushroom sauce. It was perfectly acceptable but really had nothing particularly notable about it. The other guests at our table seemed happy with their meals.
At a little over 50Lv. for five meals and drinks for everyone, it wasn't the cheapest restaurant in Bulgaria I've visited, but of course being in Sofia, I guess that's only to be expected.
Service was friendly and efficient.
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