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Cinecitta used fresh local vegetables, micro herbs, lyophilised vegetables, fresh wild tuna, Wagyu beef from Japan and Spain. It met the farmers and fishermen. it spherifed textures. It took experience and ideas from Madrid Fusion... And it created its new menu.
An year after its opening, Floret Restaurant and Bar celebrated the event with the media, loyal guests and its talented team of professionals. Angelo Zuccala, General Manager of InterContinental Sofia, cut the cake, and Acoustic Addict entertained the guests.
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.
Cinecittà has a rare access to the legendary Wagyu auctions in Japan. Every month the restaurant is delivered a fresh, nonfrozen, top quality batch of the most famous beef in the world. Wagyu from Gunma Prefecture is A5, the highest marbling score allowed for export. A limited amount of it is sold each month at a special auction. Delivered by plane, fresh, nonfrozen.
For more than 15 years, restaurant Taj Mahal and its chef Chandra Kandel and his helpers Bishnu Kandel and Kuldeep share their journey through some of the most savoury and spirited Indian culture.