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Nirvana DAS INDISCHE RESTAURANT IN WIEN Nirvana verbindet Mitten im Zentrum von Wien die authentische indische Küche mit zeitgemäßem Stil und Flair. NIRVANA THE INDIAN RESTAURANT IN VIENNA Elegantly situated in the glorious city center of Vienna, Nirvana – The Indian restaurant, offers the finest of Indian food in a contemporary style and flair.
All reviews thali samosas fish curry naan bread lamb ice cream love indian food excellent naan north indian best indian non vegetarian piping hot mango lassi small menu vegetarian food great ambience nice food
I'd love to tell you what I ate is called, but I can't remember. But what I won't forget is the taste. Delicious!! I don't know much about Indian food, but it was good, and the service fantastic! The bread delivered with my meal was...More
We were tired of eating local food after our ten day trip in Europe and found this as a welcome relief. The host Mr. Tiwari was a joy. He welcomed us and chatted all through lunch that we came back for dinner too. Very good...More
We went to Nirvana for lunch. We were both vegetarian, I ordered a Veg Thali and my wife ordered Samosas and Palak Paneer. Both ordered Rotis. The food was uniformly outstanding and authentic. The Dal Makhani was the best I have ever had.... I recommend...More
Located in the old town, the restaurant serves Indian food. It has both indoor and outdoor seating and a variety of dishes. Food quality is average and you need to be careful and consult the menu while ordering since some side dishes like pickles which...More
I visited this lovely restaurant in May 2018
I happen to spot this place on my way to St. Stephen ‘s cathedral.
It is tucked away in a little shopping Centre.
There are signs on both the sides of the street .
We were greeted...More
we visited 2 times this restaurant in our visit to vienna.. Most of punjabi food.. chef was earlier in some five star hotel in India.. and his ability comes in taste of food.. Funtastic taste.. Even Jain Food was awsome.. i will give 5 out...More
Service is very slow(dinner time) , had to wait 1 hour for the food to arrive(papadums and drinks were served fast) , when asked multiple times about the food , the waiter said it’s coming , then afterwards when one of us raised our voice...More
I visited pace a 15 days back with my wife. We were in search of Indian food in Vienna. And we found this name. Staff is so amazing. he is from north India. Food quality and quantity is also super good. I strongly recommend this...More
North of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna suddenly turns small, winding and medieval, opening up to legendary places such as the Basilisk sculpture at Schönlaterngasse, as well as glamorous baroque façades, courtyards and churches. Take 45 minutes for a casual stroll through Bäckerstrasse, Sonnenfelsgasse, Köllnerhofgasse, Grashofgasse, and Schönlaterngasse. This quarter is packed with stories
and legends that will enrich your Vienna experience.