Reviews on Eastern European food in Tsarevo, Burgas Province, Bulgaria. Tsarevo (Bulgarian: Царево, also transliterated Carevo or Tzarevo) is a town and seaside resort in southeastern Bulgaria, an administrative centre of the homonymous Municipality of Tsarevo in Burgas Province. In the past, it was known as Vasiliko (Greek: Βασιλικόν) and Michurin (Bulgarian: Мичурин). It lies on a cove 70 km southeast of Burgas, on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast at the eastern foot of Strandzha mountain, at a few kilometers from Strandzha Nature Park. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 5,884 inhabitants.
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4 based on 26 reviews
This has to be my favourite restaurant in Bulgaria! The location provides an amazing sea view and the place has a really cozy and comfortable atmosphere. The food was divine beyond words. You can choose from traditional bulgarian dishes to all kinds of exotic sea food. Everything was deliciously prepared, the food arrived quickly, the staff were polite and keen to help you with your choice. Each week they have a different sous vide meals which are my absolute favourite. If you want to have a great time and taste amazing food I recommend visiting this place, you won't regret It a bit!
Tipical Bulgarian food, seafood, brick oven pizza . Fish on BBQ same as BBQ, vegetrian food, good for luch, acceceble for handicap, family friendly, pets friendly, organizing parties with 80+ siting places,TV, live music, multilanguae staff (English,Russi
We had grilled sea bass, grilled baby blue fish, parlenka, grilled vegetables, tarama, chicken fillet, yogurt salad.Some dishes came on time, some took very long.The BBQ fish took endless waiting and was overcooked, the grilled vegetables even more and very oily(huge portion).What they need is bettet organizing of the flow of service.
4 based on 78 reviews
What's the reason for ordering Bulgarian meals in an Armenian restaurant??Try some Armenian specialities! Ask for traditional Shashlik (pork on skewers) and Dolma (meat in grape leaves). That taste you will remember for life! The owner's super-hospitality is something that is usual for Caucasus but at the same time not to be taken for granted in Europe. Strongly recommended!PS Armnian vodka (even though not in menu) is something worth trying. Maybe you'll be lucky and the owner will have a little of it left in his personal stock ;)
Very nice restaurant offering traditional and Mediterranean cusine. It offers very nice view at sunset by the sea and can be reached by a car; there is a parking lot.
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State of the art of the incompetence . Terrible food terrible service Everlasting waiting times Unforgettable experience
This place looks good, well set-out and has a menu board outside in English as well as Bulgarian, so we found that useful enough to know we had some choices without struggling language-wise.In we went and asked to be seated on the upstairs terrace. Good so far, though the waiter wasn't at all welcoming. We asked for a menu in English which wes brought to us and handed over without lookingat either of us. Another waiter, equally bored looking, came to take a drinks order and the food order--quick service for the food order as we had hardly opened the menu. He did not look pleased when we gave the drink order and asked for time to read the menu.On asking what was contained in certain dishes, the waiter replied, still bored-fashion and again without eye contact--he looked across the road whilst speaking to us.We, as usual, shared starters; one of roasted peppers in oil and garlic which was very good. I can't remember the other starter but i do remember commenting that it was good as well. Both plates were slid across the table to us, again with no eye contact or smile. Main course; I had grilled chicken with grilled vegetables--this was good, too. There was a well-presented selection of vegetables and they tasted really good straight off the grill. I can't remember the other main course, but i know my husband said it was OK, just that.Drinks; we only had one each as we didn't want to stay very long there with waiters who seemed not to want to do their job. Beer for hubby, white wine for me. Both drinks were OK.Summary; food reasonable to good, service quick and efficient but mannerless in my opinion. I would not go there again unless it were the only place open in town.
4 based on 48 reviews
Opened all year long, one of the oldest and most reliable restaurant in Lozenets. Regular dishes, you may sometimes wait a while to get your order.
Food made of love and family service!Can't wait to come back! The meals are made at the moment! Only self made products are used! Fish and sea food is always fresh! Everithing is very, very delicious!
In the spirit of the sea and Strandja Mountains in Bulgarian traditions and customs we expect in the Tavern "Strandja" In pleasant summer evenings we will prepare healthy meals and salads from our garden, combined with selected drinks.For your good mood L
Overpriced as it's best. Terrible quality of the food. The waiter was really kind. I am not recommending it at all.
nothing too much trouble, lovely port / harbour views and english understood, lively but safe town, people delightful. (just dont say Merci if handing over a big note at the end,-that means 'keep the change' !)
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