This restaurant's host is Thai. Tom yum kung is very good. Eating Thai noodle can feel the fragrance of coriander.
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We've stumbled upon this place and we decided to try it out. The access is easy from U4 or even from Mariahilfer with a bit more of walking. From outside it doesn't look like anything special, interior is also not the high pitch modern art...More
We fancied some spicy food for a change and this restaurant was a short walk from our hotel. Ambiance was a bit lacking (rather like being in an old schoolroom - maybe we were!) but the welcome was warm and the service speedy. We shared...More
I needed an asian meal, so we found Bangkok Vienna a little off the beaten track, but the walk to get there led us through some inter-connected courtyards that made the trip kind of intriguing. We really enjoyed the tempura shrimp, spring rolls, sweet+sour pork,...More
We come here because reading of the reviews in the here. The waitress is very friendly and speak very good english.. totally agree with some of the reviews that is more like chinese version of thai. Springs roll and fried tofu is very nice. Was...More
We enjoyed our lunch. Spring rolls and fried tofu for starters were nice. My chicken cashew had a different twist from the ones I eat in Thailand, but was very nice. The crispy duck red curry was nice also. Portions are very big, you need...More
Went on a Sunday, where the shops and streets are not very crowded, but this restaurant was quite packed. Excellent quality and taste was fantastic! A definite recommend to anyone who wants good quality Thai food in Vienna.
I'm Thai. My friends and I went here to have Thai dessert because we miss it so much. Looking through the reviews, we were convinced to come here. However, the dessert didn't taste anything like the authentic Thai dessert. The coconut milk was way too...More