Inspired by Alin Serban co owner, Transylvania Restaurant is Bristol’s truly authentic Romanian cuisine in a setting befitting Dracula himself!
Alin’s theme is actually based on Transylvania, home to Dracula and the decor is both Romantic and Dark! The music, classical is layer at a perfect level to enjoy an intimate meal as well as welcoming to our customers wanting a traditional and local dish. Transylvania also boasts some fine Italian dishes to compliment the offering (see menu).
The restaurant finds itself on the first floor of 44 Park Street with the entrance visible from its striking illuminated sign of the home to Dracula – Transylvania Castle.
The restaurant caters for both private and commercial bookings, opening its door from 5pm till midnight with an early start (12 noon) on Sundays for family outings.
Well worth a visit – but please, beware of the bats haha!
Some of the most well known local Romanian dishes have been brought to you by head chef Petro Serban.
Tocitura, Dracula’s favourite dish being our most popular choice is a great combination of cooked lean pork and smoked sausage accompanied with gerkins and a cheesy polenta mash topped with a fried egg, smiling at you!!
Our soups and broths are served in crusty sour dough soup bowls, and no the soup does not leak from its bread bowl!
Produce is locally sourced and supplied fresh daily. Chef Petro prides himself on preparing your dish to order and hopes you appreciate the little wait to enjoy your freshly prepared experience.
Vegetarian dishes freshly prepared for our customers.
For those fancying something a little different and for our very regular customers we have a small but well known Italian cuisine such as gamberini, calamari, carbonara, as well as penne, pesce and pollo dishes!
There is a dish for everyone.