“On the rose’s face, the dew shines as spring.”

Rose is a symbol of beauty, youth and health. This royal plant occupies a special place in the hearts of the Bulgarians. The seductive scent, the tenderness and it’s exceptional qualities bring a sense of love and harmony.

Wheat is a symbol of birth and germination of life, fertility. Wheat is often used in Bulgarian rituals as an opportunity and a wish for wealth, vitality and fertility. The wheat is processed to knead and bake bread, just as a human’s life needs to be re-arranged to create home, family, children.

Upsilon (ıYı) is an ancient Phoenician symbol used as a coat of arms of the Dulo clan of Khans, from whose blood the early Proto-Bulgarian rulers originate.
We consider food as a code for identifying the community. Aliens, describing their experiences in unknown territories, never fail to tell about the food and impressions experienced on our lands. And where else besides around the table the distinctions between cultures are most clearly present.

“Karmare” is an ancient word for chefs.
Formed through centuries, our cuisine has clear traditions of flavoring and built cooking methods and techniques connecting European, Eastern and Asian cuisine.