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Great ramen in Vienna. We had almost all of ramens, which this restaurant offer and we was happy all the time. Of course, we have our favorites, but all of them are very nice. We are ramen lovers and can recomend this place.
I consider myself a Ramen fan, in past few years I ate Ramen in almost every country I visited, including Japan. The dish i ate in Karma Ramen was a nice pork soup, but it wasn't a Ramen. If you're looking for a real thing-...More
We ordered Hokkaido Special and Tan Tan beef ramen. Both were so salty we felt like we were eating two bowls of salt. We couldn't taste any other flavors because of the overwhelming saltiness. Noodles were rather hard, and the broth was just luke warm,...More
Karma ramen is a really nice place with amazing food. I ate Tokyo ramen wich was extremely tasty. The owner seems to be a really nice guy, we got some snaps from him and chatted a bit about his regular trips to Japan. Definitely will...More
Karma Ramen offers not only ramen soups but other traditional Japanese dishes. The place us quite busy so you might need a reservation upfront. We visited this place several times and the food is nice, personnel as well, the ramen is quite ok, the best...More
I visited Karma Ramen after reading some good reviews. I had the curry ramen and I find it to be average tasting. I was disappointed that the ramen soup was just lukewarm, and noodles was bit tough ("al dente"/quite firm). Ramen noodles should be perfectly...More
I had the Smokey Men and vegetarian gyozas. They are both delicious. The soup for the ramen is also good. The friend I was with is a ramen gormand, if he recommends this place, I am pretty sure it is quite good.
This former working class district blends hip eateries and avant-garde cinema with a time travel into 1950s Vienna. Feel the district’s pulse at Margaretenhof and Schlossquadrat. 19th-century Margaretenhof is a local icon, yet has very non-Viennese architecture with its brick structure and cast-iron verandas. The nearby urban Renaissance castle of Schlossquadrat houses several restaurants. In the summer you can sit in its
romantic shady courtyard over Schnitzel and Kracherl (traditional fizzy syrup). Siebenbrunnenplatz and its surrounding shops and grocery stores have remained virtually unchanged in the past 60 years: taking a walk there is like stepping into a 1950s film set. Speaking of movies, head to avant-garde cinema Filmcasino in the evening. It often stages foreign language cult films.