3 great sandwich spots in Sofia you need to know


1. UVU - if you fancy different tastes from around the world, I strongly recommend you try the food at UVU. You will find Vietnamese and Japanese sandwiches, as well as sandwiches from Indonesia and USA. The Sate Ponorogo sandwich with chicken, peanut butter, pineapple, lettuce, cucumber, coriander and sriracha sauce is a mix of sweet taste with a bit of chilly. The sriracha sauce, which is widely used in Thai cuisine, is a great addition to the tender chicken. The Tonkatsu sandwich is my favourite. It is a mix of chicken, cabbage, Tonkatsu sauce and sesame sauce. It may sound simpler than the Sate Ponorogo one, but the sandwich itself is a great combination of exotic flavours.  UVU sandwiches are 30% bigger now, and if you show a check in at Swarm, you get free fries. Nice! [Update] To my huge regret UVU doesn't exist anymore.

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2. Farmer's is one of my favourite sandwich spots downtown. The delicious bread makes my choice always easy to take - either I choose my favourite sandwich with chicken fillet, or I opt for the remarkably fresh and healthy salmon sandwich (on the photo below). The sandwiches at Farmer's are always prepared in front of you, and the outdoor tables give you a great view to one of the busiest streets in Sofia.


3. Fabrika Daga - you will find not only great cappuccino, and heavenly good cakes, but also delicious and healthy sandwiches at Fabrika Daga. The Chicken Tandoori sandwich on the photo below consists of chicken masala, onions with ginger, peppers, carrots, and Roquette in a soft focaccia. There are also vegetarian and vegan sandwiches and a sandwich with tuna. Fabrika Daga is one of the places where there is always a vegan/vegetarian option from the daily lunch menu.


Is there a good sandwich place in your city you recommend?


3 great sandwich spots in Sofia you need to know 3 great sandwich spots in Sofia you need to know Reviewed by Stanislava E. on March 11, 2016 Rating: 5

15 comments:

  1. If I could appear in Sofia right now, being as hungry as I am, I wouldn't know where to go first because all the places seem great! Maybe the first one attracts me the most because all of those flavors. Although right now I'm not able to visit all the places that you recommend, I truly enjoy discovering them thanks to you. I love your simple yet unique approach and beautiful photography, of course :)
    Happy Friday and happy weekend! :)

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  2. И аз съм хапвала при Farmer's - веднъж преди полета ни, имахме няколко часа за мотане и си хванахме метрото до центъра. Много ни хареса тогавашната разходка и определено сандвичите бяха неочаквано добро попадение! :))

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  3. The food in Sofia looks delicious, and I am a sandwich/bagel lover. If the bread part is quality, it makes all the difference. I love Thai food and use Sriracha in my own cooking. I think Sharwarmas and falafels are my favourite though. Thanks for sharing Sany. Wishing you a wonderful weekend. x
    Spice Pantry

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  4. Those sandwiches look and sound absolutely heavenly! The funny thing is I don't like sandwiches back when I was living in Malaysia but now that I am residing in Canada, I love them! I guess back in Malaysia it was hard to love a sandwich when I was surrounded by so many amazing Asian cuisine. :-)

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  5. Много ми харесват кулинарните ти постове :) Обаче страшно огладнявам :D

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    1. Хаха, благодаря ти, Ели! :)

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  6. UVU sounds like my kind of place since I like sandwiches with a little international flavor. One of my favorite sandwich places in NYC is called My Belly's Playlist :) They have some really cool combinations. Haha yes I'm a little obsessed with Spring now. Happy weekend Sany!

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  7. The sandwiches look yummy; it would be difficult to decide on one spot out of these three. Maybe I would go for UVU! :)

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  8. Hello Sany! Mmm, Im watering since is also dinner time over here. Btw, all the places u listed intrigued me and I truly believe they are very good if u suggested them. Id soon pick the last one, Fabrika Daga for their vegan/vegetarian options being veggie. Have a wonderful weekend Sany, hugs! xo

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  9. After that long absence due to 2 consecutive deaths in our family, I'm back again..
    Looks delicious..
    Very nice article, kisses and good weekend

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  10. Охх само заради тази снимка на сандвича със сьомга ме караш да посетя това място! Страхотен пост, супер полезно и интересно, особено за хора, които и понятие си нямат къде могат да хапнат вкусно на вън!
    хх
    cvetybaby.com

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  11. You know what, I actually did not need to know this, not right now because it's already 3pm and I didn't have any lunch. This post is making my stomach eat itself right now! bahahaha! Seriously, I need to visit your country and go on a food tour with you!

    Sxx
    www.daringcoco.com

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  12. Hello Sany! I really like to discovering new/ exotic flavours, so I'm sure that I'll love first restaurants, these sandwitches sounds really unique and so different from those, which usually I can buy/make for myself. Plus, if you add to this sandwitch something conected with Thai cuisine it makes that I want to taste it even more. Great post, Sany! :)

    http://crafty-zone.blogspot.com/

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  13. Трябва да ме водиш в "Дъга"! Изглежда чудно!

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    1. Нямаш проблеми! С удоволствие ходя в "Дъгата", имат уникално капучино!

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