I am constatly attracted to Karmare restaurant to see what new has George Boikovski invented and cooked. Something like Spring from parsnip and nettles or lacto shiitake and hazelnuts in a cream soup of roasted cauliflower. Yummmmy!
placescases.com was at a wine and sweet desserts tasting ‘Wine with Love Bits’, hosted by the wine gallery SeeWines and dessert house Gavrosh Gourmet.
We joined for an evening with a tasting of wines from South Sakar, but actually I think the accent shifted to tasting of the master culinary skills of the new Chef in Bistrello, Vladimir Todorov.
Since I couldn’t write about Karmare restaurant briefly and concisely, the current story appears to be the second part of my review about them. In the first part, I explained what its name meant. I told about the first 5 courses out of 9 in total from the menu we tasted, about the restaurant, the team and the main composer of this progressive Bulgarian gourmet hit- Chef Georgy Boykovski.
If you know what the last 3 digits in the tel. number of the restaurant mean, you have good knowledge of Bulgarian history? Share it in the comments.
My last post for 2018 was dedicated to the place where I got inspired to write this blog-Chef’s. My first post in the new 2019 is dedicated to my new inspiration for this year- a unique place that in every way promotes Bulgarian tradition in cuisine, in design, in music. There every sense absorbs the best of Bulgaria, refracted through the visions of the wondrous team of passionately dedicated to their work people that creates hits on the plate.
So it all started- at the Chef’s. I liked it so much there, I was so impressed by the way Chef Victor Angelov cooked, organized his restaurant, talked with customers that I was inspired to start writing about restaurants, hotels, interesting places in Bulgaria
When Chef Tokev opened his own restaurant, I said, “Yeah! Finally!” It was up on Sofia ring road. Then the restaurant moved to a central place, which suits it more.This latest visit to ANDRe was again saturated with interesting and diverse experiences. But the most impressive was how Chef Tokev elegantly combined traditional recipes with innovative vision.
I decided not to leave things only in posts on Instagram and Facebook, but to write about my asynchronous experience, in the National Palace of Culture, in brief NPC, according to the theory of the economics of experience,….
Do you know that Brahms, Wagner, Tchaikovsky and Nietzsche were big fans of Carmen the opera by Georges Bizet.
And do you know that the author, Prosper Merimee, of the eponymous novel, on which the libretto is based, has been inspired by the work Gypsies by Pushkin, whom he considered a brilliant author.
Manzo is the restaurant for people with high criteria for their beef steak.