Best Soups restaurants nearby. Discover the best Soups food in Chepelare. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Soups restaurants near you.. Chepelare (Bulgarian: Чепеларе) is the principal town in Chepelare Municipality, part of Smolyan Province in Southern Bulgaria. It is situated in the central part of the Rhodopes, on the banks of Chepelare River. Chepelare is a popular winter resort with one of the longest ski runs in Southeastern Europe. It is located near Pamporovo, one of the biggest Bulgarian ski resorts. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 5,412 inhabitants.
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We love the pub, great atmosphere good quality drinks and food and the happiest friendliest owners and staff. Nadya and Rado are great people and will always make you feel welcome.
4 based on 38 reviews
The Bohemi, at the end of Smolyan, near the new roundabout, is one of those eating places left over from Communism. During those times there were lots of workers kitchens that provided very cheap, wholesome food. The Bohemi is an updated version.There is indoor and outdoor seating. There is a long counter behind which is all their food both hot and cold. There is a large selection. I counted six soups and further combinations thereof. They give what looks like half a loaf with the soup. Fish, grilled, fried. Whole and good looking trout. Chicken, roast or poached, a massive portion. Chips. Kebapche in various forms. Chips, potato salad, cabbage salad. Salad. Sauces.There is something for everyone. I have eaten in and taken away.The hours are about 1230 to 1830.I have had the chicken, roast, kebapche, potato salad and salad. Really good portions, very tasty. The cost hasnât caught up with the rest of the world. A roast chicken dinner cost around Leva 6.20. That is less than Â£3 or $3.20 or about â¬3.I highly recommend this place, oh, the staff are very nice and helpful.
Open daily, serving delicious hot meals and a variety of home made drinks. Our wooden lodge is now a popular lunch time spot for our many loyal friends and customers throughout the winter. Our menu is a unique selection of traditional Bulgarian dishes and
We had a short snack, tee, coffee and one of my friends borrowed ski from them. The equipment was much cheaper than elsewhere and there a lots of guys helping out and they have been very friendly and polite. Thumbs up for this place
The Big Food Restaurant is situated at 1760m above sea level, at the footstool of Mount Snezhanka, along it runs tracks â1, â13, â6 and â18. The menu is typical Bulgarian and traditional Rhodope and is supplemented with some traditional Balkan dishes, piz
Don't go there. The attitude of all the staff is just awful. And when we tried to complain about it, they just went more vulgar and aggressive. I can't believe places like this exist. We had to experience this unacceptable behavior from all of them (Viki - waitress, "Joro" - the "manager" and the other waiter that we just couldn't understand the name of. You will make yourself a huge favour if you don't visit.
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