This restaurant: just wow!! It's definitely worth visit Alba Iulia just for the amazing citadel but if you do, it would be such a pity not to try the food in Delacroix. The description on wikitravel says this restaurant was opened by chef Mihai Toader, finalist in the well-known TV show Masterchef. We ate there in January 2014: incredible! Totally worth it: the food is absolutely unbelievable. I ate in a lot of places in Romania, some of the were pretty good, some average, but this one is just in a different league. 100% recommended!
Favorite Dish: Must try the foie gras, the celery soup with vanilla, the coquilles St. Jacques and oh, you've got to try the desserts: the moelleux au chocolat is fantastic!
Address: Regina Maria 2, Alba Iulia
Directions: It's in the Piata Iuliu Maniu (this is an important plaza of Alba Iulia, ask any taxi driver or the locals to help you get there).
- Luxury Travel
- Castles and Palaces
Monday, June 24, 2013
Part of our VT Bus Tour to Alba Iulia was to have lunch together. We ate at the Medieval Restaurant PUB13. It was like a large cavern, with wooden tables. We all sat at one long table.
First came out a bowl of bean soup which was delicious.
The Platters of food were huge. One platter had baked potato wedges, french fries, pickles, mixed vegetables and rice. The meat platters had sausages, pork ribs and chicken pieces. All in all a wonderful lunch.
Address: Alba Iulia
The restaurant is placed in a great location, near the Fortress, right next to the First Gate ('Poarta a-Ia a Cetăţii').
The atmosphere is cosy, and the owner - who is also the cook - specialized in Italian dishes while being in Italy. You can get here various seafood plates, grilled fish, great pasta but also international dished such as stakes of rabbit stew.
Favorite Dish: I just loved the grilled calamari and the oisters.
Fresh and tasty!
Address: Str. Mihai Viteazu, nr.6
Directions: Right at the bottom of the Fortress, next to the First Gate.
- Business Travel
- Work Abroad
This is a fine place to enjoy Italian specialities in a most attractive setting. The pizza and pasta selections were delicious, and the service was excellent! One may be seated indoors, or outdoors on the patio.
Address: Str. Tudor Vladimirescu nr. 4
- Family Travel
Their menu has one of the greatest variety of pizzas and pastas in town. The prices range from 2,5 $ to 6 $ for a large pizza. A large selection of wines, beers and non-alcoholic drinks is also available. The ambiance is nice, nothing exceptional though.
Favorite Dish: The seafood pizza, the spaghetti carbonara and the lasagna. Also tParma ham with cantaloup - delicious!
Address: T.Vladinirescu street 13 Alba Iulia
Directions: In the center of the town, near the Commercial Bank. If you drive thorugh the city on the main road that goes through it, it's impossible to miss.
The place's nice and clean, it has a non-smoker section (which is a very rare thing in Romania). Pizzas are made & baked in front of you, in an open owen, usually by the owner himself- a guy with a biiiiiiig moustache :). The food selection is very large but for the fancier foods (like pasta con languste or risotto con funghi porcini) it's better to check with the waitress if they are serving it on that particular day. The music's at a pleasant level, making conversation enjoyable. All in all, a place to visit and come back for more.
Favorite Dish: I'd say the chef's speciallity - Pizza Baffo - it's large, with a huge list of things in the topping and not that expensive.
Directions: In the center of the town, near Unirea Shopping Center and the new Mayory.Add to your Trip Planner
The food is excellent, you can choose from a large list , with an extensive vegetarian offer too. The prices are quite high for Alba Iulia . The ambient is rather kitschy, with chinese plastic decorations and a little fake cascade.
Favorite Dish: I'd say the calamari with truffels, but it's hard to decide.
Address: Morii 5 Alba Iulia
Directions: Near the "Ardeleana" factory , close to the Avram Iancu school
The beverages are cheaper than in the fancier restaurants, but the pizzas cost less mainly because of their smaller size and not-so-exquisite quality.
Address: Motilor street, in the "passage"
Directions: Near Unirea shopping center and the BankPost