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central market: central market
If you visit the central market you will notice that it’s not only a nice place to visit and do some shopping but also a place where you can drink coffee or have a cheap lunch.
On the upper floor there is a large seating area full of locals that eat from many fast food options.
We had a delicious soup (2leva), bread (1lev) and a dessert (2,6leva) there + some things we had bought from ground floor (some nice cheese and olives).
It's open daily from 7.00am until 22.00
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Food stalls in the Central Market Hall
For a quick lunch we once went to the Central Market Hall (Tsentralni Hali), where a few food stalls on the upper level offer simple and tasty meals. Free and clean toilets can be found on this level as well.
We decided to get us something at a counter which was described as "Quick and devilish tasty" and where also some locals queued up.
For two yummy meals with chicken shashlik and side dishes as well as two Ayran yoghurt drinks we paid less than 10 BGN.
There is a common sitting area for all food stalls and we sat down at a table from where we could enjoy good views of the lower level.
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Tsentralni Hali (Central Food Halls): Tsentralni Hali (Central Food Halls)
Reopened in May 2000, after three years of restoration work, the Tsentralni Hali offers a clean, well-organised, modern version of the bazaar shopping experience. Stalls on ground level sell fruit and vegetables, local cheeses, olives, wine and spirits, plus an array of breads and pastries. The upper level is given over to fast food kiosks with a large seating area. There are also cr?che facilities.
Favorite Dish: i ate pizza and some yogurts.
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