Should you be seeking a place of relaxation that’s also nestled in Sofia’s very heart, then Aubergine is your ideal hidey-hole.
It first opened its “delicious” doors in 2011, and after a renovation period, it continues to astonish visitors with its high-quality cuisine and tranquil ambience.
The restaurant prides itself on a delectable assortment of food options for both meat aficionados and vegan/vegetarian worshippers. The latter must savour the fresh salad with quinoa that epitomises scrumptious veggies and strawberries with a lip-smacking vanilla-caramel-honey-mustard dressing.
At Aubergine, craft beer connoisseurs may quench their sophisticated thirst with Glarus English Ale and Pale Ale that are both available on tap. The choice of bottled beers revolves around various other Bulgarian craft beers, as well as the must-try “La Socarrada”, which is a winter honey ale with hints of rosemary, hailing from Spain.
Besides beer, a refined wine selection from Bulgaria, New Zealand, Germany, France, and Italy provides for the final touch to the gourmet seafood escapade.
ul. “Carnegie” 11, Sofia
Located in close proximity to Sofia’s heart, Pastorant is the go-to place for Greek, Italian, and Mediterranean food connoisseurs.