The only Bulgarian restaurant in Japan to be accredited by the Bulgarian Embassy, much-loved Bulgarian Dining Sofia packed its bags after 10 years and moved to Ginza. This new incarnation kept some of the old (Bulgarian trinkets, national dress and traditional interior) while introducing small new elements too (the name). The menu has certainly not deviated: this is still the place to go to try proper Bulgarian specialities. Their best deal is the all-you-can-eat weekday lunch buffet, while their à la carte menu includes the famed snejanka (a salad with copious amounts of yoghurt and garlic) and tarator (chilled garlic and yoghurt soup). You certainly won't have to worry about your calcium intake here.
Open February 2, 2018
|Venue name:||Bulgarian Dining Troyan|
Hotel Unizo Ginza Itchome 1F, 1-9-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku
|Opening hours:||7am-11pm (food L.O. 10pm, drinks 10.30pm)|
|Transport:||Ginza Itchome Station (Yurakucho line) Kyobashi Station (Ginza line) Takaracho Station (Asakusa line)|