Тwo of the homey, snug places with a charmingly eclectic interior and dishes made from scratch. The furniture is sure to grab your attention with wooden doors for tables (careful with your wine glass!), authentic old-time envelopes and letters, newspapers glued to the ceiling etc. We love the homemade meatballs, the diverse and delicious salads and whole grain sandwiches, omelettes, potato dishes and homemade bread. The other great menu staples are the traditional Bulgarian tomato salza called “liutenitsa” and the hummus. Finish with a homemade dessert and bio coffee with spelt to top everything off. Both places are popular so calling ahead to book, especially for dinner, is not a bad idea. Bear in mind to have cash, ‘cause they do not accept cards.