Dishes

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1. Smylianski fasul
Bulgarian bean soup. Due to its simplicity and deliciousness, it is probably the single most popular and common dish in Bulgarian cuisine. It is served for centuries as main food, especially in rural regions. The popularity of the bean soup is due to the many varieties of beans available in Bulgaria, as well as the nutritional value of the dish, which is eaten as a main course in the common case. Our region is famous all around the country for its Smylianski bob variety.
3 litres / 8 persons
Price: 8 euro

2. Sarmi with meat
Another Bulgarian dish Sarmi or Dolmas, are made of grape or cabbage leaves stuffed with combination of rice and/or minced meat and then boiled. They can be served both hot or cold to your liking.
70 small sarmi
Price: 14 euro

3. Sarmi without meat
70 small sarmi
Price: 12 euro

4. Klin with rice
Klin is a typical Rhodopean dish which is deliciously warming and a filling staple. Klin can be eaten as a main supper dish or an accompaniment. It’s basically a type of rice pie, but don’t  be put off - it tastes much better than it sounds! Klin is scrumptious served hot, especially when the cold weather sets in, with Bulgarian yoghurt - but it can also be eaten cold with honey or strawberry jam. Different variations of the dish can be made using flavors according to your mood and the season.
baking dish 35 cm (6 persons)
Price:9 euro

5. Patatnik or patetnik
Bulgarian potato dish characteristic of the Rhodope Mountains. Patatnik is made of grated potatoes, onions, salt and spearmint, all mixed and cooked on a slow fire. The grated potatoes are squeezed out and mixed with the eggs, onions and cheese. When serving, it can be garnished with yogurt or vegetables.
baking dish 35 cm (6 persons)
Price:9 euro

6. Moussaka
Moussaka is made with potatoes, ground meat, and tomatoes then it is topped with a white sauce and baked. Throw in some bay leaves too and you will not want to leave the table until you have finished up the entire baking pan. Eat this with some yoghurt on to.
baking dish 35 cm (6 persons)
Price:11 euro + a jar of yoghurt

7. Stuffed Peppers
Very delicious meal - try it if you can. If you like Dolmas you are guaranteed to love this meal too. It's pretty much what it says - green or red peppers stuffed with ground beef or pork and rice and boiled. Sometimes the peppers are topped with a seasoned tomato sauce or whisked eggs. Another variation of stuffed peppers is fried peppers stuffed with cheese and whisked eggs.
baking dish 35 cm (6 persons)
Price: 11 euro

8. Homemade chicken
Baking chicken with rice.
Price:9 euro

9. Pork neck chops
10 pcs
Price:17 euro

10. Salad with potatoes, eggs and mayonnaise
1.5 kg
Price:6 euro

11. Salad with roasted peppers, garlic and olive oil
0.8 kg
Price:6 euro

12. Kyopolou
Melds roasted, sweet peppers, eggplant, and ripe tomatoes to make a dipping sensation. Serve with pita (loaf) bread or alongside white fish.
0.9 kg
Price:8 euro

13. Potato salad
2 kg
Price:4 euro

14.Fresh milk
1 l
Price:1 euro

15.Yoghourt
0.8 l
Price:2 euro

16. Cr?me Caramel
8 cups
Price:6 euro

17. Soft drinks with hips
4 l
Price:3 euro

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