The vegetarian dish was tasteless, while some of it was spicy. Oil and rice may be vegetarian, but not something i'd like to eat. The seafood was generic out of the fridge. Kind of hard to chew.
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Curry Insel is Restaurant which offers a varity of dishes from Sri Lanka. We went there as group of 5 People and ordered plate with different vegetarian and meat dishes. The plate came with 2 different types of Rice and 2 different types of Naan. If a dish is empty you get a free fill up. If you like to... More
While there is a nice selection dishes I found them rather bland in taste especially for sri Lanka dishes. Spent 40 euro for 1 Big dish plus selection of picks dessert and a small mango lassi. All together it was a change but i will be looking for a better place.
This place made a nice change from the coffee houses nearby. I had the thali which was made up of a mixture of small meat and vegetarian curries with bread and rice. Very tasty although could have been a bit hotter in taste. Also nice to be able to sit outside.
We are surprised to see this restaurant next to hotel we stayed. Food style was in South Indian but not had the feel with taste and quality. Starters are good. But they should improve on taste. Quantity was huge for each dish ordered. Also tasted lassi here but not the best I had in Vienna.
I was left extremely disappointed. The dishes we ordered had been microwaved (from frozen). The distinct lack of taste and flavour left much to be desired... Would strongly suggest that you consider eating elsewhere.
Amazing currys and other dishes from the cingalese tradition. We had no idea what to order so we asked the waitress, who chose some great food for us! Perfect restaurant for a nice informal dinner out. The price were also very reasoable. Also suited for larger groups.
Decent place to have Srilankan or South Indian Cuisine. Food is reasonably good but may be little disappointing for someone who is looking for typical Indian South Indian Cuisine. We have enjoyed Dosa, Wada and Sambhar here. Even Masala Tea is reasonable good.
We visited this place to satisfy our spicy food craving during our Vienna trip. Having eaten Sri Lankan food before, I do know the spice level associated with the dishes and it is not intolerable for me, in fact, I like the variety they offer. I had the saadam (a veg 'thali' meal that comes with rice, lentils, veg curries,... More
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