Transylvanian Traditions: Desserts That Do Not Suck

Diana Chan August 13, 2015 Dessert, European, Robson Street/West End, Three Beakers


Transylvanian Traditions is located on Davie Street in Vancouver and they make delicious dessert. No vampires here. Narcisa Stoian noticed the lack of traditional Romanian sweets, which have always been a part of her childhood and her parents’ careers, and decided that Vancouver was the perfect place for her to share her love of Romanian cuisine.


If you miss the taste of Romanian and European desserts, definitely make a visit here. If you look closely, they have vampire mugs here.


They selection of desserts isn’t too large, but you will find something that you will enjoy.

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Creames is made with homemade filo pastries combined with vanilla cream cake, covered by a layer of whipping cream mixed with roasted walnuts. I thought it was ok, but M loved it. 


Chocolate Eclair is a cream puff filled with special recipe chocolate cream and home-made whip cream. This was so good and really just sinfully delicious. I would order this again.


Profiterole has vanilla cream puffs embedded in fluffy chocolate mousse cake. It is topped with whipped cream and has a chocolate drizzle on top.

Overall, we both enjoyed it and the prices were reasonable. It’s not a super fancy place but it has great taste and awesome to bring to potlucks or parties.

We Rate Transylvanian Traditions:

1111 Davie Street, Vancouver


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Diana started Foodology in 2010 because she just eats out everyday! She started a food blog to share her love of food with the world! She lives in Vancouver, BC and adores the diversity of food around her. She will go crazy for churros and lattes.

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