Surrounded by farming tools and quaint sheds, this tourist favourite will delight or exasperate, depending on your threshold for folk music and agrarian miscellany. The setting is pleasant, in a grassy courtyard on Kazanlâk's northeastern edge. Dishes such as chargrilled peppers stuffed with sirene cheese, and smoky shish kebabs, are filling and tasty. It's a 15-minute walk from the centre.