I was invited here by business colleagues on a dark autumnal evening at the same time that the Bulgarian national soccer team was playing against the Czech Republic. That meant that it is very close to the stadium and the expectant crowds before and very disappointed fans after the game were in their thousands... Enough said on that one. It being dark I didn't get any impression of the apparent surrounding lake or gardens here...
So, as far as the interior was concerned, the restaurant seems to have been decorated according to old fashioned, traditional Bulgarian style. The food was also typically traditional. Our table was already decked out with a mountain of salads, dips and lovely, freshly baked, still warm bread. This would have been enough for the evening. But after struggling through this, supposed first course, the waiter came for our main orders. I went for lamb (as l inevitably do in these countries). It was nicely cooked, if rather on the fatty side. Never mind.
As I was with local colleagues they handled all the dealings with the restaurant staff who were discreet and efficient. The only thing that really bugged us all was the traditional Bulgarian singers and their energetic musicians. My goodness were they loud - even disturbing us when "serenading" poor guests on the other side of the restaurant. Fortunately they retired frequently (presumably to catch their breath) but then returned on numerous occasions throughout the evening, each time becoming louder and more enthusiastic with their entertainment offerings (what were they drinking in each break is anybody's guess).
In short, an interesting evening enjoying a huge quantity of food in the surroundings of a enthusiastic, traditional environment next to the football stadium on match night.
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