[84attendees] Transylvanian Cuisine in Vancouver

"Romascanu, Dan (Dan)" <dromasca@avaya.com> Sat, 28 July 2012 16:01 UTC

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Transylvania is not only the alleged birthplace ok Count Dracula, but
also a place of culinary delights, at the crossroads on Europe, mixing
Hungarian, Romanian and even Turkish cuisine traditions. Vancouver has a
couple of interesting places where you can try this - one is a
restaurant a little bit far away
http://www.transylvaniaflavour.com/main/index.htm, and the other a
sweets and bakery shop located a few minutes from the meeting hotel
http://transylvaniantraditions.com/. Do not miss the unique kurtos
kalacs!

Dan