Bulgarian Traditional Restaurant
Hadjidraganov’s Houses is a very typical Bulgarian restaurant, nestled in close vicinity to Sofia’s centre.
The restaurant complex comprises several houses. Each of the elegant houses boasts a distinctive architecture where rich decorations flirt with gorgeous paintings of Bulgarian art masters.
Live folklore music keeps the visitors entertained while their palates savour various mouth-watering dishes. Vegan, vegetarian, as well as meat delicacies, all come in plenty. Some of the 2017 recipes include stewed veal with tomatoes and nettle stew with manna croup – both of which are to die for.
In the spring and summer months, the garden of Hadjidraganov’s Houses is the perfect getaway from the sizzling heat. There, one can sit under the shade of vines and indulge in seasonal dishes while sipping draft or bottled beer.
For meat worshippers, we certainly recommend the chop-kebap, which is a type of skewers with meat and vegetables. Appetising side sauces and tantalising boiled potatoes make for the perfect accompaniment.
Hadjidraganov’s Cellars astonishes local and foreign visitors with its exceptional variety of traditional Bulgarian dishes and its stupendous wine selection.
Since 1926, the restaurant Pod Lipite (meaning “Under the Linden Trees”) has been offering its esteemed customers the pure taste of Bulgarian cuisine.