About us

Rossini Restaurant

is located in the beautiful old house on 174 G.S. Rakovski Street, right next to the National Palace of Culture. The building is a cultural monument and can be easily recognised by its peculiar yellow facade, white window sills and Mediterranean green windows and dormer. The house, build in 1928, was the home and studio of the artist Peter Morozov, famous for his works “Saving the Samara Flag”, “Benkovski’s Flying Detachment”, “The shadow of Samuil” and others.


The 20th century building hosted world-famous guests such as Andrea Bocelli, Claudia Cardinale, Jose Carreras, Eros Ramazzotti, Lara Fabian, Adrien Brody, Salma Hayek, Gerard Butler and Ishtar.


The restaurant has winter and summer garden, five separate indoor rooms, outdoor and indoor bar, as well as a VIP room. Rossini is the perfect place for events, business dinners and more.