- sunnyside Apr 28, 2003 05:29 PM
I tried the Transylvania Restaurant on the weekend, a Romanian restaurant located on Yonge halfway between Eglinton and Lawrence. The Dracula platter came with a thick, juicy grilled pork chop, tender pork schnitzel and 2 mititei (homemade Romanian sausages)Although it is more expensive than the Hungarian places on Bloor, the food quality was high and the service was pleasant.
I definately recommend it if you're north of St.Clair and are craving a hearty Central European meal.
Hey, that's great news. I haven't found a Chicken Paprikas that satisifed me like the now defunct L'Europe so I'll have to check it out. I hope that Transylvania Restaurant lasts. That space on Yonge north of Sherwood has killed off a couple restaurants including a pretty good Spanish Tapas Bar.
Speaking of L'Europe, I haven't found a Chicken Parprikas like the one I miss, but I was very satisfied with the Wiener Schitzel at said Country Style on Bloor. And they give you so much!
There is also quite a good Hungarian restaurant on Kingston Road (around Beech west of Victoria Park) called Corvina. Their Chicken Paprikash (sp??) is quite good and the Schnitzel is an amazing size!
I have taken a number of people here and have always gotten positive feedback.
You are not alone in your experiences at Corvina. We had two glowing reviews of Corvina and a lot of other suggestions for Hungarian in Toronto as per the link below. I will definitely have to try it out. There certainly are a lot of Hungarian restaurants in this city!