25 Local Restaurants Participate in Sofia Restaurant Week
Sofia Restaurant Week is gaining popularity among locals and tourists as 25 local restaurants offer amazing choice at discounted price. The second edition of Sofia Restaurant Week had 25 participating restaurants, offering 3 course meals for just 25 Leva. The second edition of Sofia Restaurant Week was hosted between 7 and 13 May, 2017. Locals and tourists were offered amazing choice as each restaurant is offering two menu options for customers to choose from.
The first edition of Sofia Restaurant Week was organized in September 2016. As per reports, more than 6,000 people enjoyed amazing meals during the first event. The participating restaurants are expecting even better response this year. The details for total customers served during this year’s event have not been released yet.
During this year’s event, Social Café Bar & Kitchen, SASA Asian Pub, 33 Gastronauts, All Seasons, La Tribuna, Cactus, Kohinoor Indian Restaurant, Corso, Soul Kitchen, Yamas Greek Restaurant, Roadhouse Grill and Talents Gourmet Restaurant were among major local players. New star Chef Nikolov’s restaurant Niko’las also participated in the event.
The event was organized by Sofia Zavedenia.bg. The event was supported by UniCredit Bulbank, Metro, OK Taxi Service and Volkswagen.
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