Da Massimo & Fabbio, the different Italian restaurant, Sofia
Restaurant Da Massimo & Fabbio rating by the 5D Sensograph of placescases.com: 4.8 out of 5.
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Da Massimo & Fabbio was hidden in a passageway on Diakon Ignatii Street in Sofia, in direct competition with another restaurant. When I entered, I was about to give up. The interior looked a bit like a canteen-white tiles on the floor, white walls, not much decoration, a little empty, one not very cozy, but I still stayed and it was good that it happened. Read on to see why it was worth giving it a chance.
…. Uncomfortably looking interior, I chose the smaller hall to alleviate the feeling of emptiness;
…. In addition to the main menu, there is also a daily menu, which changes every day – this makes me very happy.
…. The waiter contributed a lot to make us feel welcome, comfortable and well cared for. Basically, wine is not offered by the glass, but the man did his best and provided me with a glass of Vermentino, from a bottle that paired well with the fresh pasta.
…. Italian pop – I was very pleased, it reminded me of a time when Italian music was very popular in Bulgaria and we watched the festival in San Remo.
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…. Delicate aroma of salmon in my ravioli;
…. The wonderful fresh aroma of yellow and green fruits in Vermentino;
… The sweet combination of rum, coffee and cocoa in the tiramisu..
You will not find the standard things that are offered in other Italian restaurants, here you can try something different and just as delicious.
…. Fresh pasta for the day – we tried lasagna with chicory and sausage – divine! Also my ravioli stuffed with salmon was great. The tomato sauce with on it was very well balanced, without excessive acidity, and the burrata cheese added a little density and sophistication to the dish.
…. If you do not try tiramisu in a jar, you will lose a lot – with one ristretto, it would be a wonderful end to a lunchon.
I am already planning my second visit to Da Massimo & Fabbio in Sofia.
How to get to Da Massimo & Fabbio in Sofia?
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A: ul. “Dyakon Ignatiy” 19, 1000 Sofia Center, Sofia
Opening Hours: Tue- Sun 11:30-22:00
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