Koriata Restaurant, on the Sofia Ring Road, offers both homemade and gourmet cuisine
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Koriata Restaurant is on the Ring Road, near Kazichene. It is the favorite restaurant of my gourmet adventure partner. He asked me write something about this place a long time ago, and he was right. Apart from having a nice lunch menu every day, a favorite for all those working in the area, in the other part of the restaurant is the luxurious room with a garden, where the menu is a worthy competitor to the best restaurants in the center. All this is due to chef Dimitar Damyanov, the former chef of Este, who has given a boost to the delicious cuisine, and the level is currently maintained by Anatoli Damyanov, the coincidence in the name is accidental, who shows very good skills, despite his young age.
…. A large building with black and white etalbond, the white part imitates stylized Bulgarian embroidery. There are two compartments – for daily home-made meal and a large luxury hall with a garden for gourmet fans;
…. Greenery around – the place is close to real grove.
Koria means grove in Bulgarian.
…. The exclusive design of millefoue dessert with strawberries – be sure to see it on the movie!
The restaurant is very suitable for weddings, birthdays, all kinds of events, a delicious Sunday lunch with a large company and, as I said, for a business lunch, or home-made canteen eating.
…. Great service, polite, adequate advice. There may be little emphasis on the explanation of the food on the plate, because it deserves to be presented – special cooking techniques are also used;
…. The restaurant has a large parking lot, a very good solution for the owners, because you can only get there by car;
…. Good wine by the glass and from a bottle, not from a bag-in-box – commendable!
…. It is quite noisy from the traffic on the Ring Road, but you can also capture rhythmic modern music, as well as birds from the nearby grove. The fine dining part is a little quieter, but traffic noise can still be heard a lot.
Movie watching time: 1:37 min.
…. Aroma of basil from the fluffy foam pesto, which is served with Burrata salad;
…. Shrimp in butter smell very appetizing..
…. Everything is uniquely delicious – from salads to desserts;
… Mix of fried seafood in the seasonal menu – crispy, fresh, served with a an olive oil and lemon sauce;
… The pasta is very good – with Parmesan cream;
… Burata salad, as well as salad one with crispy breaded squid – the latter has sliced tender avocado, sprinkled with black Maldon salt, pickled cucumbers – slightly sweet, dried tomatoes and lettuce.
…. Very nice snack in the beginning – kyopoolu, hummus and thyro salad.
I have decided that I will go to Koriata again – for gourmet lunch, I’m ready anyway.
How to get to Koriata in Sofia?
Don’t worry about getting to Koriata in Sofia. Just use the Google map here by clicking on the red pin of its location and then select directions:
A: ul. “Okolovrasten pat” 437, 1532 Sofia
Opening Hours: 12:00-24:00
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