Pricey Old deepfried Fish in sickly sweet sauce. Uninspired curries. Tab water for €. Not very clean Buffet atmosphere.
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don´t believe what some wannabe foodies write about this restaurant here on tripadvisor...of course the place is shabby, the owner and waiter grumpy, but the food is (together with the one in Baumgasse) the best in town!! the coconut chicken soup is to die for,...More
Although this is a small takeaway business, the food is fantastic and excellent value for money. I had the best Phad Thai I think I have ever had and the most delicate spring rolls which were evidently made fresh in the store. Well worth a...More
After 10 day with cold cuts and wiener schnitzel in Austria we're craving for our home food so we started searching in tripadvisor for real Thai food in Austria, found a few and decided to give Kamala a try even though some review said the...More
This was the only restaurant that we could find in the area of our hotel and it was rated well by tripadvisor, so we decided to try it. Thai food is very common and popular in Toronto (Canada), so we are very familiar with it....More
We went to try this restaurant to be greeting by someone we presume was the owner/cook. He said "do you have a reservation?" - this was at nearly 2pm and the restaurant was empty! We said no. He said "outside!" in an extremely rude way....More
Perfectly executed, and the owner loves to recommend and chat with clients. The decor is very basic; almost Spartan, but you won't care once you start eating! We tried the noodle soup, and the pad Thai. Both were great. Topped it with two small singhas,...More
This is a small restaurant with a friendly ambience and waiter/possibly owner confirming that the recipes are original from his mom. The food was good and I would recommend visiting it.