Multi Kulti Brunch @ DADA: Armenia with Hermina Emiryan


This Autumn, Dada Cultural Bar and Multi Kulti Collective team up for a new exciting initiative: Multi Kulti Brunches* hosted by talented foreign chefs from all over the world! We will not only be able to enjoy an exclusive selection of super tasty authentic foreign options served buffet style but also experience foreign cultures without leaving Sofia. Our first brunch is part of the KvARTal Festival.

In a nutshell:

  • What: Armenian brunch + small cultural program
  • Host: Hermina Emiryan, a talented Armenian culinary enthusiast who already hosted several Multi Kulti cooking classes earlier this year that were actually one of the most successful ones we’ve had so far!
  • When: 16 September 2017, 11:00-13:00
  • Where: DADA Cultural Bar (Sofia, 10 Georgi Benkovski Str.)

The menu:

  • Minty Pea Soup – cream soup with peas and cream; optional bacon
  • Muffin Omelettes – eggs, potatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, white and yellow cheese; optional bacon
  • Yerevan Salad – chicken with lots of mayo and spices
  • Savory Armenian Gata – one of the most typical Armenian breakfast choices
  • Armenian Semolina Halva – Hermina’s version of the dessert is a true masterpiece, lots of butter, nuts and spices
  • Zucchini Cake – no brunch can go without a zucchini cake, Hermina says and we agree


There are only 40 tickets – 25 Bulgarian leva per person. The ticket includes access to a buffet area with 6 brunch options (1 soup, 3 savoury dishes, 2 desserts – see description above), coffee, tea and water. Additional drinks are purchased at the bar.

The income from the event will be used for Multi Kulti Collective’s non-profit initiatives supporting the integration of migrants and refugees in Bulgaria. Thank you!

See more about our upcoming brunches here.

Design: Yasen Arizanov

* Brunch is a combination of breakfast and lunch eaten usually during the late morning to early afternoon. The word is a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch. Brunch originated in England in the late 19th century and became popular in the United States in the 1930s. (wiki)