Romanians, as Hungarians, of course have a diverse history of being conquered by Asiatic people. Some intermarriage and genetic exchange was obviously effected. So the people there will show such traits as higher cheek bones and the characteristic oriental eye configuration ever so slightly.
Actually, it all depends on who you ask.
Ask an anthropologist and he would say that the majority show predominantly white characteristics such as high ridged noses, wavy straight or curly hair, and relatively lighter skin than Arabs or other Asiatics.
Ask Arian Northern Europeans and they might say no. Ask an American for whom the slightest admixture nullifies all outward appearances and he would say no. Of course the same person might make an exception for Russians. Especially if his great grandfather was from there.
It is generally a matter of personal opinion.