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Good food and good services.
It’s not a cheap restaurant but it has fair prices for the served food.
We had one risotto, prawns and calamari, and all the food was very tasty.
They have few cocktails in menu, but the wine selection is bigger.
When the wife of the owner cooks, it is always great to eat there. But last five times we were disappointed. Apparently, the quality of the food has deteriorated considerably since the bankruptcy notice. What a pity, we wanted to support our ex-favourite restaurant and...come to eat more often but with the quality it is impossible to enjoy!More
i went there to celebrate with a very good friend. as we searched for oysters in Vienna, there were basically only 3 restaurants except for restaurants located at the naschmarkt.
the oysters were very good (they had 3 kinds, 2 were very good, 1 good)....for starters we had some delicious sashimi and some octopus salad which was unfortunately rather disappointing, somewhat boring.
as a main we shared a nice fish which was very well prepared and presented, accompanied with great (but small) sides.
also, the wine list is very long, especially for bottled wines.
overall, very good food and nice wine at a price tag for excellent food - eur 370 for 2 persons.More
We visited Kornat on our first night in Vienna at the suggestion of our hotel concierge. A very good choice that was near St. Stephen’s Cathedral which we visited on our way to the restaurant. The service was timely and food very good.
A real gold treasure hidden in the heart of Vienna with very good quality of products,fresch fisch and not only.Thanks to the help of Marian we had a very pleasing evening with a mixt of seefood and fish grill, mangold and some grill veges on...the said,a very good selection of hosemade deserts and of cuorse a large selection of wiens.We will come back for sure.Chapeau!More
We were expecting a good seafood restaurant and were rewarded with a simply amazing experience. Milos met his match... Superb service, witty, friendly, caring, fast created a very special dining experience. Oysters of top quality, Branzino - tender and moist, octopus cooked to perfection and...even the mashed potatoes with white truffle were exceptional. Can't wait to go backMore
During my visit to Vienna for business I was taken to dinner at Kornat. I was told that it’s the best and freshest fish in Vienna. Of course I was skeptical because of its location but to my surprise the fish was fresh and amazingly...prepared. We started off with some olives with fresh bread, next we had Sprats and Fried Calamari. Main course was the fish platter Kornat which consisted of Lobster, Prawns, Calamari Fillet and grilled tuna with chard and potatoes. Finished off the meal with Creme Brûlée’s and Coffee Americano..
service was exceptional and friendly. Reasonably priced and a must dine if your in Vienna..More
The service could not have been more attentive and warm, especially when it was directed to my 82 year old mom. I have a severe gluten allergy and they made sure to not only bring a basket of GF bread but carefully and patiently walk...me through the menu. They called us a taxi and a lovely (and handsome) server waited with us outside the restaurant. Overall, a warm and wonderful evening.More
The Kornat was a wonderful restaurant to enjoy great seafood. The service was friendly and welcoming plus very efficient. They did not rush us! Lots on the menu to choose from. We had tuna tartare, swordfish carpaccio, and octopus to start along with fresh shucked...oysters. All fantastic. Our mains were mussels, scallops and tuna steak- again all prepared perfectly. All paired well with an Austrian Pinot Noir. Desserts were figs in cream and a creme caramel.
Wow what a dining experience.More
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