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Sofia: homey food and aesthetics at The Little Things

Dimitris Kossyfas | January 22, 2018
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When the weather gets rough and the cold hits new lows, it’s time to get all cosy and find the perfect spot for a warm homey meal. In Sofia, the 100 years old house-turned-to-restaurant The Little Things is a home away from home for those that are gastronomically curious and romantic.

Located just off one of the most touristy plazas, the restaurant is nicely tucked away in a small alley at the back of a complex of restaurants and a bar. Set across two main floors and an array of different-styled rooms, the place really brings out the best of a homey feel making you feel at ease from the minute you pop in.

The menu is quite diverse tending to many different tastes across the global food map with all time favourites like the Indian chicken massala, the Middle-Eastern hummus and the infamous Bulgarian pork tenderloin. All dishes come into different handmade enamel plates that add to the already homey decorated rooms, featuring little artefacts such as watering pots for cutlery and little marmalade jars for salt and pepper.

Hummus, fresh hot off the oven bread and dips

The menu features also some more traditional dishes, like the ones you’d expect your grandma would make, also offering a day menu at times. Make sure you get a reservation if you’re visiting on a weekend evening. Other than that, you’d be glad to enjoy some homey food in a cosy and quiet environment that reminds home.

Rocket and lettuce salad with pink tomatoes, peppers and sesame seeds

Chicken Massala with fresh indian pitta breads

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