Between November 27 and December 3, Amphora Restaurant organizes Romanian week with traditional dishes and a complimentary glass of wine.
On December 1, on Romania’s Day we will spend a special evening by listening traditional Romanian music interpreted by an exceptional duo Ruta Luca (pan flute) and Mircea Ardeleanu Jr. (cimbalom).
The Amphora Restaurant was opened in 2014 and was appreciated from the start; a special care, dedication and energy was invested in the restaurant by the entire team. It serves some of the best dishes in Timisoara, but without the formalities or prices associated with the city’s top end establishments.
Embracing the art of fine dining..
When Romanians baptize their children, they cook ‘sarmale’ (cabbage rolls stuffed with mincemeat). When they invite their loved ones over to dinner for the first time, the soon-to-be mother-in-laws prepare ‘sarmale’. At funerals, the attendees get them, too. Cabbage rolls truly have an almost anthropological value in the life of..