Allegedly frequented by Arab sheikhs and Russian politicians, who regularly fly over in their private jets especially to have dinner here, Amorato‘s culinary renown extends far beyond the Bulgaria’s borders. The head chef, Boris Petrov, who has been recognized for his raw passion for food, lures his customers with a delightful offering of fresh seafood delicacies, including lobsters, oysters and octopus, and rare meats such as Japanese kobe and black Angus beef. Teamed with a fantastic selection of limited edition wines, this place will delight those who are willing to spend a bit more for an extra-special evening.
Address: Amorato, Nesebar, Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, +359 898 886 663
Built during the socialist era in the second half of the 20th century, this restaurant’s architecture resembles that of a giant hut called a ‘shatra’; typical of the Bulgarians who inhabited this land more than a millennium ago. The spirit of that era is recreated on the inside, the old relics and decorative weapons oozing a quaint nostalgia. Despite its out-of-the-way location near the southern slopes of the mountains, it boasts a gorgeous view over the coast of Sunny Beach and the neighboring town of Nessebar, especially worth the trip after dark. Expect an evening of traditional food and entertainments that range from live music to magic shows and acrobatics.
Address: Hanska Shatra, Sunny Beach, Bulgaria, +359 55 422 811