The restaurant pleased its guests with unique Happy specialties, among which authentic Japanese sushi. It has 220 tables inside and 60 tables in the garden.
October 8, 2020
Happy Bar & Grill is a chain of daily restaurants, with a 25-year history, starting on the eve of Christmas 1994, and to date there are already 23 Happy Bar & Grill restaurants in major cities and the national road network in the country, with established standards of service and interior. The chain…
June 25, 2019
when you like many people, plenty of dishes, back ground music and dynamic
March 5, 2018
Happy Bar & Grill is a chain of casual restaurants in Bulgaria and Barcelona. Thanks to the exceptional quality of the food and high service standards, the Happy Bar & Grill brand is the strongest and the largest of its class.
February 20, 2018
Perfect mix of traditional and international cuisine, comfortable and modern ambiance.
December 15, 2017
Happy has a lot of restaurants in Sofia. Excellent food and service. Some of the best meals I ever tried in a middle class restaurants. Some of the places are 24/7. Covered patio and tables for smokers, kid center/ not all of the places/ good looking waitresses under 25. This restaurant do delivery
“The nearest shopping center. You can find any kind of clothes and shoes of brands like Bershka, Reserved, H@M, ZARA, after a long day you can have nice dinner in Happy restaurant and relax with one movie in I-max cinema. ”
“he restaurant has a capacity of 360 seats and is one of the restaurants in Sofia which offers the following types of cuisine: Bulgarian, European, Italian, International, Fish and Seafood Specialties, Mediterranean, Steakhouse ”
“The heart of ancient Serdica and the oldest building in modern Sofia, this red brick church was built all the way back in 300s. It’s a wonder that this building has survived unscathed for such an amount of time, and all around are interesting little details that hit home the great age of the site and civilisations that have passed though. Step inside to view the detailed medieval frescoes that had been painted over by the Ottomans when the church was converted to a mosque in the 1600s. These were only rediscovered and restored in the 1990s. Outside you can see the flagstones of a Roman street and other remnants of Ancient Serdica.”