This was a very picturesque restaurant in old Nessebar, with a nice view of the coast and in a very quaint setting. The food was good overall (tempura zucchini highly recommended) but I suspect not exceptional for the immediate area.
What was nice was they did stock local Bulgarian wine, which was very nice, but steer clear of the mint soda. It’s not, in fact, soda water and mint leaves but some concoction resembling fizzy mouthwash pictured below...
The service was decent throughout, however this being our first holiday using Bulgarian lev, we almost accidentally left a stingy tip. This could have been resolved in an amicable manner, however the owner was immediately all attitude and really quite rude. NOT the best tactic to get a better tip out of me buddy! Although he was correct about the amount, had he approached the situation in a more polite manner, he’d probably have gotten quite a big tip because the meal was nice. Kind of ruined all the good they’d done up till then.
Having said that, I wouldn’t actively discourage anyone from going. The food was above average, and the price was reasonable by UK standards (not sure about Bulgarian, but it is in tourist ville). The setting is hard to beat.
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