During one of our walks around the district we came across three interesting places that have appeared very recently


As one of the most attractive places for entertainment in the city under the hills, Kapana is constantly changing its appearance. Over the years, artisanal workshops were gradually replaced by restaurants, bars and cafes, and now they often transform their concept. You get lost in the many streets and suddenly a new establishment appears in front of you.

This year is no exception, and during one of our walks around the district we came across three interesting places that have appeared very recently.

Here they are:

Maka Ramen

Our beloved brunch place Multi Culti is now a history and a restaurant is expected to open there on May 14, promising us authentic Japanese ramen and tempting offers from the Asian menu.

Ramen is a Japanese noodle dish of Chinese origin. It consists of Chinese-style wheat noodles served in broth. Common flavors are soy sauce and miso, with typical toppings including sliced pork, nori, menma, and onions.

Maka Ramen will also offer a chicken option as well as a vegetarian option. Their list also includes a few selected main dishes, traditional Eastern appetizers and very interesting desserts with matcha and mango mousse.

By the time the text comes out, you can already safely test and judge whether they’ll become a must-visit stop.

Momo Fusion Dumplings

We continue with the Asian theme and take you virtually to a tiny kiosk in close proximity to Yadroto. Until recently, here you could try variants of French fries with toppings, but since the end of April they offer something new and interesting for the city under the hills.

Momos are a type of dumpling with a filling that are steamed and served with various sauces. You can try both authentic recipes and original fusion options. Choose from options like Spinach Genovese, Curry Chicken, Beef Bolognese, Corn Chicken and more, all of which are perfect choices for a quick bite when you don't feel like sitting down for a long dinner or lunch at a restaurant.


As they define themselves: "SHISHI is the result of the collective life journey of good people with a good attitude towards growing, preparing and consuming quality food. SHISHI is also an indispensable companion for people who have discovered our oasis of flavors."

The inspiration behind the recipes is Chef Nemigenchev, who breaks trends with his creative vision for each of his dishes.

SHISHI is not your usual burger joint, nor your typical gourmet restaurant. Their recipes are exotic, provocative and captivating as you would expect from a fine dining restaurant. At the same time, the portions are generous and filling, as expected from any self-respecting burger joint.

They started with a location in the capital, and for a few weeks now they have also been on Hristo Dyukmedzhiev Street in Kapana, where we hear great reviews about their food.