Fodor's Expert Review Hadjidraganov's Cellars
In a typical Bulgarian tavern with stone walls, wooden barrels adorning the walls, and wooden pails hanging from the ceiling, this place charmingly recreates the atmosphere of old Sofia. Cooking is traditional Bulgarian fare, which, like most Balkan cuisines, places the emphasis on grilled meats with desserts that revolve around yogurt and/or honey. Service is friendly and efficient, the portion sizes are huge, and the prices are low—everything, in fact, that's guaranteed to make an evening go well. A group of Bulgarian folk musicians adds to the ambiance most evenings.
ul. Hristo Belchev 18
Sofia, 1000, Bulgaria