|Cuisine Type |||Eastern European, Homestyle|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Senior Appeal, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Beer & Wine, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$31 - $40|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver City Centre|
|Getting There |||#9, #16|
|Cross Street |||Arbutus|
|Tues-Fri: 11:30AM-11PM Sat-Sun: 1PM-11PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 07, 2008
From the moment you cross the threshold, you're enveloped by the enticing scent of simmering goulash. Cheery yellow walls and carved wooden cabinets lend a cozy warmth to the elegant dining room. The perfect place to nourish your body and soul on a chilly evening.
Hearty And Homestyle
Tender handmade perogies stuffed with yam and fruilano are a delicious way to start off a hearty meal. Hungarian beef goulash and authentic schnitzel vie for attention with juicy Transylvanian sausages. Chicken slowly braised in smoked paprika sauce has a flavour reminiscent of glowing hearths in warm stone kitchens. And for a really luscious main course, try the duck breast in apricot reduction on a crispy potato-leek latke. Chocolate lovers will appreciate the chance to linger over a slice of Sacher torte at the end of the evening.
Although Transylvania Flavour steers clear of most of the obvious Dracula references, they offer a tasty vampire-themed martini and cocktail list with drinks like The Impaler and Eternal Life. Goldschlager and sour cherry syrup add a distinctly European flavour to several of the drinks. A few well-chosen Rieslings are the foundation of a small but solid wine list.