Absolutely fantastic! The tour was everything promised and more because our tour guide was so kind and knowledgeable. Although May, the weather was 6degC (feels like -1degC), but Stogn did such a nice job that it was still one of the best tours we have attended.
This was an excellent tour and our guide for the afternoon (Stoya? Apols but probably have mis-remembered his name) was great but to be honest it wasn't what we were expecting as a "food tasting" tour. It was a top-class tour of Sofia with 2 food stops (one at the end of the tour). Maybe expectations were coloured by "foodie" tours in other cities where the tour jumps from food stall to market to shop or whatever to sample different small quantities of food types. I guess we were expecting a food narrative as well along the way between these stops but food wasn't discussed or mentioned at all. First stop/food mention was a couple of hours into the tour and involved a pleasant salad stop in a light, modern restaurant. The tour then ended up at a local traditional Bulgarian restaurant with sampling of a wine and sliced meats. Restaurant was very good and in fact we stayed for dinner afterwards.
To the tour itself - excellent. Stoya is a 5-star tour guide. Genuine enthusiasm for his subject and he gave an intensive and fascinating insight into Bulgaria and Sofia - its people, its monuments and its history. Nothing about food though!
This would have been a 5-star rating had it not been for the food point above. Given the low cost of food in Sofia it's difficult to reconcile the cost of the tour with what we consumed but to be honest, because of the quality of the history part, frankly I still felt we had good value.
I'd recommend this tour and Stoya as a guide, but what we experienced wasn't really a "food tour".