As the main brewpub in the country’s capital I was expecting more. Beers were just ok, service was decent but the place itself was a bit of a disappointment. If you want a change from the usual offerings of Kamenitza and Zagorka and your passing, by all means call in. But mediocre beer is available with a better setting if you head towards the Vitosha mountain and the HBH brewpub on the mountainside.
Came here tonight (12/30/2010) with Elena and Rosi. Pretty solid place, especially considering the relative lack of beer variety in Bulgaria. The pub brews four house beers, none of which are outstanding but all of which are drinkable. The pub itself is quite nice with lots of seating in addition to a bar. As with most Bulgarian establishments smoking is allowed inside, which I hate but endure. There is a full menu with lots of great options. We were here after having already had dinner, so we just got chopska and peanuts, and our friend got some roasted potatoes with dill and garlic. All the food was tasty. Coming from the UK, the prices are seem extremely low, so even though the beers were not outrageously good the value is still great. For any beer lover this is THE place to check out if you are in Sofia.
Wonderfull place in the neighbourhood of centers Alexander Nevski and Sveti Sofia. Much large hall, with many places to seat. Pleasant and cured furnishing. Staff much kind and express. It’s a brewpub, the beers avaibles are only those producted here but the menu is sure much valid, wide, written in English (very important here for me), and with the possibility to taste the typical Bulgarian kitchen. Altogether much valid one.
Nice restaurant, which brews the tap-beers in their selection. However, they are sub-average, and barely worth trying. I wouldn`t recommend visiting this place as a brewpub due to its poor beers, but rather as a restaurant.