The restaurant is a part of a chain but it is little backward with quality. Traditional atmosphere and slowly service.
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Local decor and local costumes make for a tourist attraction location once in Plovdiv. The cuisine is Bulgarian and the food is definitely fresh and clean. There are many items on the menu to please every taste. The staff was helpful and tried their best....More
if you wont to visit this restaurant you should know then this place is very good for groups dinner and they have a good dishes probably the macedonian salad they have a traditional bulgarian menu but the staff is not very well they are slow...More
Giant kebabs, great atmosphere and stunning blueberry yoghurt dessert. All tastes from traditional to Mediterranean and served with Bulgarian gusto in traditional garb. Flames and character - we had to go back again for the pudding.
Djoanna restaurant was next to Efir -100. Now it is moved in the same street (Dunav Bul.) but in the next junction, 200m away. The food is simply excellent, the plates are huge and taste great, for 7 adults and 6 kids we payed only...More
I have been many times in this restaurant. With friends, with my husband, with my family, it's perfect for a dinner, celebration or just for a coffee. The atmosphere and the personel are nice, the food is good and the prices are normal!
The restaurant is decorated in old Bulgarian style and the menu represents the same concept. Mainly meat and vegetables what they prepare and serve in a continuosly good quality. The atmosphere is somewhat noisy and the tables are too close to each other so maybe...More
This restaurant has the same owner, same cuisine and same menu as Diana (a.k.a. Dayana) restaurant - it has a good traditional Bulgarian cuisine, rich menu with lots of meat dishes and sometimes gets a little bit smokey and noisy.
The restaurant was obviously popular, being packed late into the night. But it's not really clear why. The prices are OK, slightly towards the higher end for Bulgaria, but still cheap from an English perspective. But the food was pretty underwhelming. We began with a...More