A small, cosy place in the 7th district of Vienna. Amazing Sushi in all forms....maki, nigiri and sashimi. Rainbow maki is mouth-watering. Not expensive at all.
To start off with, Vienna is a grand city in many ways. So much to see and to experience. From a food perspective, it has a food scene much more international in flavor than many of the major cities in Europe. You can find in almost all categories, the quality and price that suits your palate. This is extremely helpful... More
The restaurant is nice, although a little cold. The waitreess is very nice and kind, although not too willing to explain the various maki options. All the options are a mix of various ingredients, nice to taste but they do not convey that special senssation that you would expect. In my humble opinion, each maki has too much rice around... More
Currently staying in Vienna as a business traveller I sought out a sushi restaurant near to where I was staying and came across this little gem. The soft shell crab tempura to start was very impressive and well presented. While not overdoing it, the portion size was very generous for a vorspeisen dish. I chose the mix dish for main,... More
We had a fantastic sushi meal at Sosaku on the 4th of July while in Vienna. The dining room is unassuming but the food is not; the Prosciutto roll was my favorite, but a lot of the maki options were very good. Andreas, our server, was excellent, steering us in the right direction menu-wise and just generally making our experience... More
Recommended by friends who have been there before, we were not disapppointed. Andreas, the server, took good care of us and was showing a lot of passion. Food was highly prepared with love and focus on details. Even one of my accompany normally doesn't eat sushi tried our orderings and I would say he is now delighted by sushi. Somehow... More
Very good Japanese fusion food. Lots of interesting twists the purists may question! Service by Philip is excellent and how he copes with full tables is impressive. I especially recommend the coffee/whiskey desert. I didn't find the prices out of line with other restaurants locally or the portions small, especially taking Philip's advice on number of dishes. No one smoking!
We booked a table from the night before for a Friday evening and we were overwhelmed by the attentiveness of the waiter who was lovely as well as the amazing food. We were given a free starter of tuna tartare which was delicious, and then we pigged out on sushi rolls, delicious seafood soups and then for mains, I had... More
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