Saturday 23 April 2016

Moma Bulgarian Food & Wine, Sofia - Review

Moma Bulgarian Food & Wine is currently rated the #2 Restaurant in Sofia - and with it being just a 15 minute walk from my hotel I decided to go there for dinner.

Moma Restaurant's concept is to combine a delightful culinary experience with authentic recipes as a nod to times past. The modern interior blends the beauty and purity of the Bulgarian maidens of yore, as seen through the various photos, indulgent embroidery and overall d├ęcor.

"The colours of the interior are traditional for the lifestyle of Bulgarian women of the olden days: white – symbolising the purity of maidens, red – symbolising the blood of the mother and the power of the fertile soil, green – symbolising the eternal rebirth and revival, golden – symbolising the Sun, the light and prosperity."

Moma is a really nice place, with a very relaxed vibe and great staff. Located right in the centre of Sofia it's easy to have a dinner here then pop out for a few drinks at a bar after, or simply relax on the terrace after your meal.

The portions are pretty healthy, I had a chicken dish which had 2 large pieces of meat with plenty of peppers and onions - this dish was approximately £4. I'm still astounded by the fantastic value for money in Bulgarian restaurants.

If you enjoy white wine I would recommend the Maxima Vitner Select - a Bulgarian 
Chardonnay Viognier which was priced at 35lev (approx £15) and tasted almost of caramel!

If you're a food lover - you must visit Bulgaria!

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