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“Real Japanese Sushi in Vienna”
Review of Daihachi

Daihachi
Ranked #1,631 of 4,390 Restaurants in Vienna
Cuisines: Japanese
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Dining options: Reservations
Neighborhood: Serviten Quarter
Reviewed October 30, 2012

This place is located in the back of the hotel and its a little hard to find if you are in the hotel, so its better to enter from the street. Little Japanese man chief who makes the sushi and served by a nice Chinese waitress. Go upstairs where there is more seating, but then the service suffers a little as I had to call down for the check, but no big deal. The sushi is the same taste as what you would get at a medium price and quality sushi restaurant in Japan, and for lunch the value is good. Be careful about the times that it is open as it is not open very often (really only for lunch during the week).

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Reviewed October 3, 2011

This little place in Hotel de France doesn't seem special when you walk in but the food is the best. High quality fish and the chef know's just what you need. If we ever go back to Vienna I know were we'll eat.

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Reviewed November 22, 2010

This is not a Japanese restaurant - it is a sushi bar serving only sushi plus Miso soup and seaweed salad (no other Japanese food options). It is located at one corner of the Hotel De France. There is seating upstairs or you can sit at the sushi bar downstairs. There are only two members of staff - the chef and the host/waiter.

On the evening that we attended, we were the only non-Japanese customers in the place. Everyone else appeared to be regulars who were known to each other and to the host and chef. That said, we were welcomed warmly and given prompt and friendly service.

The main focus of a sushi bar is the sushi - and it was wonderful. Very tasty and well presented.

Definietly recommended!

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2  Thank Craig M
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Reviewed October 4, 2010

This is one of the best Sushi bars in Vienna. The Japanese embassy is only 50 meters away.
You can ask for the menu or ask for some specialities. Reserve a seat at the bar and you have the chance to order a "me too" menu pointing so somebodies other menu, because you have no idea what the people are eating.

This is far away from "running Sushi" style restauraunt.

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2  Thank cschiefer
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Reviewed May 21, 2008

"After Kojiro one of the best sushi places in town. Make reservations! and ask for the special maki, you'll like it!"

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