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33 Gastronauts is a small, romantic restaurant in one of the nicest areas of the city center - Oborishte. The owner of the restaurant is also the author of the menu and the chef, which explains the excellent and exquisite dishes served there. He works mostly with selected farms providing fresh products of high quality. The restaurant offers unique combinations of natural spices and green salads. 33 Gastronauts is a nice spot for new adventures in traditional cuisine.
We went there for dinner and we found the place very charming. The service was good, the food very delicious and the ingredients were of good quality. Not very traditional recipes, and interesting to taste. Overall very nice experience.
The place is cozy, definitely a unique underground (literally) restaurant! The menu offers very fancy dishes and the waiters are welcoming and helpful! I don't eat spicy or fried food that's why most of the dishes weren't for me and that's why I give 4*...More
After a long day in and out of the city we looked for a place to eat in the vicinity of our hotel and came up with 33 Gastronauts. Turned out to be a very lucky guess!
Hummous and kadaifi for starters, tuna salad and...More
I am Bulgarian. From Sofia. And I remember this restaurant from my childhood - when it was called 33 Stola (33 chairs).
I've always loved it for its quirkiness, its attention to detail and service.
I know live in London but regularly travel back to...More
Very nice atmosphere and good food. Some of the dishes were actually very tasty and others more average but overall good. Service was good although they did not welcome anyone and people with reservations were looking for the waiters to ask them which table is...More
Nice little restaurant in a historic house. Interior design is modern and cozy. The menu is not huge, blending traditional Bulgarian food with a modern twist. The food is very good. The timeliness of service ought to be improved somewhat.
Located in the Bohemian part of the city, next to Oborishte, this restaurant fully caters expectations for tasty food and nice vibes. Menu had been updated and we enjoyed delightful chorizo with breat, nice squids and same old falafel with coriander and burgers. Serve extra...More