We had a quick lunch at Happy Bar & Grill in Rakovski street because we just happened to pass in front of it and it looked pleasant and busy. The decor is a little old fashion but in a nice way; I liked the boots near the large windows overlooking the boulevard and a theater. The menu is quite extensive, in Bulgarian and English, with photos of the dishes which makes the choice easy. There is a good selection of salads with two types of portion, small and large, I choose the Caesar salad, with chicken and the small portion was big enough for me. It was quite good but the bread I ordered (here they don't bring a bread basket like in France) had a lot of cheese in it which I didn't like. My husband took fish'n chips which was not bad but the sauce accompanying it in a tiny cup was not very nice and the dish came without lemon. When we asked for a piece of lemon, the waitress didn't look "happy" but it is not an eccentric request with fish. The waitresses are all young, pretty, thin, in very short red skirts so this might contribute to the success of this restaurant! All in all, we had a pleasant enough lunch at a reasonable price but this is not a place for a special occasion or a romantic dinner.
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