Keeping the princely refinement of the past, the Bran Castle Tea House, a very stylish building, invites its guests to enjoy an amazing new culinary experience.
Whether dining inside on the main floor or outside on the terrace, the new space has been designed to please all of your senses and the view is simply breathtaking!

In new times, with traditions kept by the book and with a list of surprising dishes. This is how the "Queen Maria' Tea House Restaurant has met those who crossed the threshold,in a beautiful spring, the 11th day of April 2017. It was the moment when Bran Castle made another step to reunite, reviving the Royal Park.

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The "Queen Maria" Tea House Restaurant once again breathes the charm of the past, when Queen Maria, along with the famous Czech architect Karel Liman, turned the old medieval fortress into a royal residence, full of charm.

Those present at the official opening of the "Queen Maria" Tea House Restaurant admired the wonderful decor, appreciated the exceptional menu and enjoyed the "old-fashioned" atmosphere. The culinary preparations were the star of the event, and the guests noted the rich and varied menu, which professionals in the field dealt with, to the smallest details. Everything for an exceptional event that opened a new page in the history of the Queen Maria Tea House Restaurant!

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Monday, September 25, 2017

About Us

The Tea House is able to subtly and continuously transform from a Romanian neo-classic restaurant to a café, from a bustling and noisy space to a quiet and tranquil romantic niche or to a themed restaurant that is full of history but easily adaptable to the needs of the modern generation.

As examples, it can transition to a jazzy music lounge, to theatre and stand-up comedy shows, and from culinary classes to wine tasting. Holidays such a Halloween, Harvest Day, Mother’s Day, Easter, Children’s Day, Christmas and New Year are also celebrated as well as any other events on the secular and Christian calendars.

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