You will be spoilt for choice with so many places to eat in Sunny Beach resort. There is such a great range of restaurants and cafés that you probably won't know where to start. Here is our pick of some of the best-loved restaurants in Sunny Beach.
There's no kitty food on sale at the Fat Cat restaurant. There is a choice of European, Mexican and Bulgarian cuisine, and a charcoal grill serving juicy steaks. Dad can stop grumbling about missing his football because Fat Cat restaurant has Sky Sports on a big screen TV. And they sell curries, too! Go there in the early evening (5pm-7pm) for their "Early Evening Buster" with 20% discount on all meals. You will find the Fat Cat opposite Hotel Glarus.
If you can manage a week or two without a curry you aren't a true Brit. After 4 or 5 days on holiday you'll be dreaming about papadums and Tikka Massala. Get yourselves down to the Bombay Grill, feast those eyes and fill those tummies. Ahhh! Indian restaurants - what would we do without them? The Bombay Grill is situated by the Iceberg Shopping Centre.
Chinese food is always a favourite with the whole family. The Chinese Wok has an extensive menu including beef, chicken, pork, shrimps and even squid, all cooked in that delicious way that only the Chinese know. You can round it all off with some "fried ice cream" - now how does that work?
The China Wok is located in the Holiday Village Elite, opposite the Hotels Marvel and Victoria Palace.
If you're in Sunny Beach with the kids, you will almost certainly be dragged down to The Castle pizza house. Why not let the kids dress up as knights and ladies and really get into the medieval mood. Well, okay, they probably didn't have pizzas at the Round Table, but who cares? As well as pizzas you can have steaks, grills, salads and also an English Breakfast. The Castle is located next to Hotel Chaika and Hotel Victoria.
Here's another favourite with the kids - the Dino Bar offers a prehistoric dining experience. Don't panic, the dinosaurs are only models and the only eating here will be done by humans. Sitting on rock seats might not be Mum and Dad's idea of heaven but the kids love it. The Dino Bar is located next to the Hotel Chaika. Not to be missed!
One of the cheapest restaurants in Sunny Beach is the Condor Bistro. Their menu includes pizzas, fish, steaks and chicken. The food isn't wonderful, but the service is usually quick and it is very popular, even with the locals. There is a large garden with plenty of outdoor seating. The Condor is situated next to the main Post Office. There's plenty of parking nearby.
No visit to Sunny Beach would be complete without a trip to Khan's Tent. This isn't just a restaurant, this is a spectacular night out with food, drink and a fabulous show. You're not going to stumble upon Khan's Tent during your stroll around the resort - it's way up the hillside overlooking Sunny Beach. Any tour operator worth his salt will run a trip out to Khan's Tent, but if you are organising your own accommodation you should order a taxi. Believe me, it's worth it!
The floor show at Khan's Tent is second to none. Beautiful dancers, dressed up in equally beautiful costumes, balancing acts and even a contortionist. Just don't try the stunts at home!