Lunching in Sofia #1

10 08 2015

When traveling by myself, the general, not strict, rule is that I eat lunch out and stay in the apartment in the evening.  So again generally speaking, I would choose a proper restaurant for lunch over fast food or a casual cafe which is a different routine from what I do at home.

For my first lunch in Sofia, Bulgaria, I went for something (supposedly) traditionally Bulgarian.

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My lunch venue.

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Sat outside in the terrace.

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Very nice Bulgarian Sauvignon Blanc.

Got ice with the wine though not meant for the bottle to go in there, I assumed.

Got ice with the wine though not meant for the bottle to go in there, I assumed.

The two red scoops is lyutenits, grilled bell peppers mixed with tomatoes and herbs. Most memorable.  The soup is tarator, traditional Bulgarian cucumber-yoghurt soup.  The powder is ??

 

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MOMA

 


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