As often happens, I spotted this small cafe while wandering aimlessly around the streets. That day I wasn’t in the mood for coffee (well, to be honest, the truth is I’d already had enough of my daily dose of caffeine), but it looked so nice that I knew I’d be back. And it wasn’t long after that day when I needed a cold strong Fredo coffee to cool me down a bit. And I already knew where to find it.
But enough about me, let’s get straight to the point – the coffee. Chucky’s first impressed me with the varieties of coffee they had and the available pots used for brewing. From the classics like French press to Japanese coffee filters, and even a Vietnamese coffee pot, which I can’t remember having ever seen anywhere else in Sofia.
The people working there really love what they do – you can see it from the fidelity they put into preparing the coffee, talking about it or just experimenting with new methods of coffee preparation. Plus they are super friendly and always smiling, a thing that is of essential importance for me to become a regular at a place. I can’t lie, they’ve got me – right from the first time I’ve been returning again and again for a strong dose of caffeine, and you know the strangest thing is that I still haven’t tried their espresso but only the brewed coffees.