Settled in the very heart of Sofia, Hadjidraganov’s Cellars is a magnificent restaurant complex. It astonishes local and foreign visitors with its exceptional variety of traditional Bulgarian dishes and its stupendous wine selection.
To bring you a tad closer to the inimitable Bulgarian culture, there is live folklore music played in an old cellar. The hand-made design and traditional ornaments stun foreigners and locals alike.
For the ultimate experience, we specifically recommend savouring bob chorba – beans stewed in a clay pot (or slow cooker) – that comes with a small candle under the pot to keep the dish warm.
If you are a meat lover, definitely opt for the skewers – they are not only an elation for the palate but also for the eye.
Should you happen to visit Hadjidraganov’s Cellars in summer, ensure you secure a spot in the gorgeous garden. Its privacy teleports it among the top central spots of Sofia for indulging in delectable beverages and mouth-watering dishes.
Booking in advance is mandatory
Hadjidraganovite Izbi is simply the best!
Great place with live music and not pricy at all.
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