What looks like an ice-cream parlour from the street actually turns out to be a restaurant with very large indoor dining area and even larger garden. Surprisingly for Sofia, this restaurant is busy even on a lunchtime and a short wait was required for a free table. The menu includes the typical Mediterranean salads, fish and meat dishes, pizza and pasta and a daily menu consisting of soup and main course for under 10 levs. We drank a delicious home-made lemonade with raspberries with our meal, available only in a carafe of 750 ml. While eating we were able to gaze at the glass cabinet of desserts and cakes, which can also be ordered for parties, as well as the delicatessen shop to one side of the bar, selling fresh pasta, sauces and other delights.