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The story of harmonica began in 2006, when friends Maggie, Meto and Lubo decided to start working with the first two organic cow farms in Bulgaria. It wasn't a business idea to begin with, they just wanted to be able to give real food to their families.
In Bulgarian, the name of Dobra Godina Restaurant translates as A Good Year. The food here meets the expectations: gorgeous traditional Bulgarian food treated in the nouvelle cuisine manner. Chef Dani Spartak is the creative force behind Dobra Godina's menu. A graduate of Le Cordon Bleu, he was the private cook of the French Ambassador to Bulgaria and is the winner of Bulgaria's first season of Hell's Kitchen.
This traditional Bulgarian restaurant in central Sofia is located in a complex of restored 19th century houses. There are four themed houses named after the typical architectural styles in the beautiful towns of Bansko, Melnik, Zheravna and Koprivshtitsa, sharing a yard and a beautiful summer garden. The restaurant offers traditional Bulgarian cuisine and rich list with Bulgarian wines, open fireplace and live folklore music.
Traditional cuisine is the easiest way to get to know Bulgaria
Le Poulet is a French breed of slow-growth chicken. Why French? Because the producer, Gradus®, learns from the best and has the biggest experience in raising this breed in Bulgaria. And because it values enjoying food, just like Frenchmen do. Slowly, indulging in the taste of each morsel of yellow chicken raised with love.