The restaurant has its origins in the distant year of 1926, when it was just a local pub having Elin Pelin, one of our most renowned writers, as a regular customer. This might give some explanation why Pod Lipite is named after one of his most romantic works. The enormous menu is very traditional and includes a variety of home produced cheeses, dry meats and dips. Basically here is where a Bulgarian takes every single foreigner that comes to visit. The interior is authentic, the music – Bulgarian folk, performed live, and if you’re lucky you might even witness a horo between the tables – a traditional Bulgarian group dance.