It is far away from the center in Mladost 4, but it's easy to find: a really big sign with Chinese letters and the name in Bulgarian. Though the menu is both in Bulgarian and English I couldn't find a transcription of the name of the restaurant in English. They have great soups (try supa tri aromata with shrimps, calamari and surimi). I like all of the chicken dishes, especially pileshko gansu (chicken on a hot plate) but they also serve porc, beef and fish. Beware, the portions are enormous, so don't take as many dishes as there are people. In the summer there is a nice covered terrace.
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