Review: The decoration of this restaurant is really cool. The waiters are friendly, speak fluent English and they are happy to provide English menu. There are some vegan choices as well as meat/fish meals, which all look very good and creative. My friend ordered "Vegan Kebap" and I turned to "Caribbean curry with red kidney beans". Extra bio-sirloin beef can be added in the curry for non-veggies. My friend's kebap was really nice, the meat was made of seitan, but tastes quite kebap-y and no weird mock meat smell. When my meal came, I found out there is sirloin inside , so I asked the waitress and she immediately brought back and made me a new one. The curry was correctly spiced and seasoned, you can feel the chef made lots of efforts in creating the food. For desserts I took the only vegan option- chocolate couscous cake and my friend chose cinnamon creme brulee. The chocolate came together with some whipped coconut cream, and they both taste awesome, not like other too sweet Austrian cake. My friend liked her creme brulee a lot, due to the intense cinnamon flavor. We are all very satisfied with this dinner experiences, and im impressed that their vegan meals are so innovative, beautifully-presented, and of course delicious! The price is quite reasonable, which make it even better. If you are with some omnivores this place is great, cuz their meat/fish dishes seems yummy too!