Restarant is in the Vienna Grand Hotel on the 7 th floor. It offers four private dining rooms, but they should be booked well in advance (two or more weeks). The mainn dining are is separated into few area (Teppanyaki requeirs separate special tables). I reserved a table for my family (three of us) to celebrat my wife's birthday. We chose Kaiseki Zui-un Menu - Hatsusimo Tsuki with wine accompaniment, which make Euro 192 oer person. Not a cheap one, but they serve almost authentic Japanese cuisine (nothing to do with junk sushi-sashime). 8 courses plus dessert (I expected something like birthday cake with candles for my wife, since when booking they asked about special occasion, and lateron when we came to the restaurant, the manager reconfirmed who of us had a birthday). and then 200 min (sic!) of servicing the dinner, with average 25-30 min. of wating between services. Moreover, theris no warning about long waiting of this menu. Such a terrible service. Moreover, when I finally asked to expedite the service, they brought the bill with no birthday cake or dessert. The evening was spoilt.
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