My spouse and I ate here last night after flipping through Happy Cow and we were not disappointed. My spouse is not a vegetarian, yet he ordered the vegan quinoa. I ordered the risotto and I couldn't have been happier. The flavors were amazing and the presentation was outstanding. My spouse kept saying that he finally understood what good food was after eating here. We also ordered a piece of their homemade rye bread (which was also good).
The entire menu is not veg or vegan yet the vegan options are starred and there is plenty to choose from if you do not eat meat (they also serve dishes with meat). We both got cappuccinos and we were given raw sugar and cinnamon to accompany them (the cinnamon gave it a good "kick").
We decided to order dessert and they had two choices so we ordered one of each. I got the raspberry cheesecake - which was whipped and fluffy and oh so tasty. Everything is homemade there - so the crust was some chocolate creation that was out of this world. My spouse got the vegan option which I forgot the name yet they used fresh squeezed orange juice, some kind of chocolate and maybe nuts? It was a mousse and was delicious.
They also have their own signature wines and my spouse got a glass that was probably the best wine he's had since we've been in Bulgaria. You can not buy this in stores, yet if they have bottles in stock, you can purchase one from them. Sadly, they'd sold out of the bottle and it will be two weeks before they get more.
I loved the bottle/artistic piece they have hanging from the ceiling and there are several tables downstairs and some upstairs as well. They have English menus and they also speak English. Very friendly, inviting and a cozy little place.
I highly recommend this place. We will probably go back before we leave Sofia to find out what other desserts they might have on another day. Overall - amazing flavors and yummy veg/vegan food.
Cons: out of their signature wine to purchase, they don't have a location in Los Angele