The best restaurants in Oradea, Romania
Oradea's medieval restaurant
‘Leonesse’, the first specifically medieval restaurant in Oradeaoffers a totally new alternative for gourmets and for those who are looking for a way to remark a special event. The two knights at the entry are inviting the guests to spend a few hours feeling the atmosphere of King Arthur’s court. Weapons and different objects exposed on the walls and waiters dressed according to the manners of the Dark Age receive the guests who want to try the tasty medieval cuisine. You can leave a feedback in their guest book if you were pleased with all, it's right in the entrance. By the way this is the only restaurant in Oradea where I met a guest book.
Restaurant Crinul Alb, Oradea
It is located right to the center of the city near of the Hotel Dacia (on the other side of the road) and it's one of my favorite places. It's a little bit louder and cheaper than the medieval restaurantbut it has a complete menu made up of all kind of meat, vegetables and salad dishes; beside the game what I prefer (namely rabbit) you can taste the traditional dishes of many nations (Romanian, Hungarian, German, Serbian and many others). The Romanian expression “Crinul Alb” means Madonna lily (“white lily” in loan translation).
There are many other kind places for a great dinner, like Chicken Housein the center or Black Rose restaurant(rather cheap) near the main street. For eating a traditional tripe soup (it Romanian 'ciorba de burta') or the best Quattro Formaggi pizza in the city visit Pizzeria Capricciosain the Rogerius quarter, in the intersection of Moldovei street with Transilvaniei.
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The Row of the Canons, when looked at from an end to the other, gives the impression of an endless row, is another curiosity of the city. The Baroque Palace, once in the propriety of the Roman-Catholic Bishopric, then functioning as a Museum, is again the Bishopric’s propriety. A real masterpiece, renowned for its 365 windows, the Baroque Palace is considered one of the most important baroque complexes in the country. The once „Paris on the River Pece” has still much to offer. Oradea of today is again, a prosperous city, a city where the visitor can have a really wonderful experience.... Read more »
Recent reviews for Oradea
Had a great time in Oradea - Jul 24, 2009, by asterix
Oradea is a really peaceful and beautiful city, a lot of old style buildings like churches and palaces (mosly Art Nouveua) in the center of it. It's interesting that, at the moment like half of the buildings are renovated and half are not,... Read more »
Another trip to Oradea - May 2, 2007, by MadSuh
Another trip to Romania and another trip away from good old Ravensburg. My trip was kind of weird, usually it's a no hassle quick trip as I take the airplane from Stuttgart or Munich to fly into Budapest and then a bus is waiting for me to... Read more »
Da Vinci exhibiton in Oradea - Apr 30, 2009, by erato
Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions resurrect in a small Transylvanian village. Lajos Antal lives in Hegykozkovacsi (Cauaceu in Romanian), a small village in Bihor County, Romania. He is a carpenter and woodcarver craftsman and for over... Read more »
Trasportation in Oradea - Apr 28, 2009, by erato
Oradea is a very nice town with many beautiful sights, however the local transportation is not the best. There are some newly bought Siemens trams but their lines do not cover the whole city. On the other hand taxis are affordable, they... Read more »
Initial experiences in Oradea - Jul 27, 2007, by szbogi
Some pictures about me made by Zoli, just for fun. :) We are waiting to start our journey... We are really excited, this is a very big thing for us. I can't wait to see all those wonderful things I just read about before. We also decided to... Read more »
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