Located just outside the main town centre of Brasov is Casa Tudor a posh upscale restaurant. Casa Tudor opened its door the summer of 2003, it is described as a modern, but intimate eatery, decorated with traditional features.
Sergiana Restaurant Group
Sometimes Pork greaves, slimialr to pork-stcratcings with red onions and fresh bread, on the house on arrival to the restaurant!
The restaurant chefs are prepared and aim to tickle to treat your taste buds. The menu features a large variety of fresh products obtained from Sergiana’s own farms. For those looking for something different, they serve a number of international dishes, especially for those with big appetites.
The restaurant in Brasov is open for lunch and dinner with generous snacks, tasty salads, delicious soups and fragrances and very nice food cooked on barbecues!
The menu also also has options fish dishes, from bold Mediterranean recipes with octopus and shrimp to local dishes with anchovies and carp brine.
Casa Tudor Restaurant Brasov
The restaurant is very interestingly decorated, has 2 floors and is often busy, a great sign for a restaurant. The ground floor overlooks the inner courtyard and in summer the doors are opened to enjoy the weather. The upper floor also has a vibrant atmosphere, there are traditional cooking tools and implements as part of the decor.
Casa Tudor has a lively garden during the summer as well as an open plan barbeque grill, where you can watch the skilled chefs in action. The courtyard becomes very festive at Christmas where seasonal lights and a tree create a great atmosphere.
Casa Tudor often has entertainers playing tradition Transylvanian music in the Restaurant. These entertainers typically play traditional local songs as well as dancing to match. This created a great vibe.
This was a date night, Casa Tutor was chosen as many local people recommended it as an upmarket place to eat out for the evening. This was confirmed by how busy the venue was with groups celebrating various occasions.
I was suitably impressed with the appearance and attention to detail of everything, from the tables to the decor of the whole building.
Food passing to be served to other diners all looked great and this stimulated my appetite. This made me wonder if I had opted for the right dish but I always stick with my guns once ordered.
First to arrive was my favourite tipple in the town, that being Ursus lager beer and a glass of wine for my date.
For starters, whitebait was my choice, tiny fried fish with a nice coating and served with a garnished lemon and garlic dipping sauce.
The other stater served was a roasted aubergine dip called Salata de Vinete with bread. Both starters were great sized portions and cooked very well
For main course, the Romanian take on Mixed grill caught my eye and choice made. The mixed grill comprised of lamb, pork, chicken and mici all cooked on the outside grill. This was served with a bowl of pickles and a mild but flavourful local mustard.