Excellent place! Very nice atmosphere!
Excellent place! Very nice atmosphere!
There are many vegan restaurants in Vienna,but there are not many raw vegan places like this one. The dancing shiva has a lovely and peaceful atmosphere. It is in a side street of the Mariahilfer Strasse,which makes it easy to get there,but is just far enough away from the noise of the city. I was a bit disappointed, that we could only order the breakfast menus,even though we arrived only half an hour before lunch time. The food was tasty, but there is only a choice between three dishes and the portions are quite small. I really love their desserts and selfmade truffles, but the main courses are just too pricy for what you get compared to other vegan options in Vienna. It is worth to visit it once for the experience, but it is not a restaurant I would go to regularly.
Very polite staff with good knowledge of english and great food!
I sat outside in the garden one afternoon and had the raw vegan pizza and the cheese cake with ice tea, the food is excellent and the atmosphere is relaxed and pleasant, I highly recommend it for raw food lovers, the prices are pretty high but you can tell that the food is made with good ingredients.
I was at RAW BRUNCH BUFFET and it was gorgeous. Great variaty of raw tasty dishes. Also tried on of their cakes and it tasted marvelous. The atmosphere is very relaxing and cosy. The prices are rather high but justified.
A dog and six good friends with various food restrictions (gluten free, oil free, sugar free etc) met for Saturday Brunch and had a wonderful time. The buffet was well marked, delicious and a huge hit among us all. Everyone could get a delicious creative meal while staying within the their own nutritional demands. We were invited to a cooking demonstration which was most interesting, and afterwards were offered tastes. Adorable India-ish ambiance made it a party. Coming back as soon as possible!
Let's dispense immediately with the biggest issue for most people concering Dancing Shiva: the menu prices. One can't help but get the impression that Dancing Shiva's menu, pricing, shop selection, and food workshops (around €200 per session the last time I checked) are geared more towards the affluent raw foodista crowd.
However, the food here is absolutely creative, delicious, and a bit experimental. Sure, it's expensive, but bear in mind that you're getting fresh, healthy, natural, raw-grade ingredients. It's not easy or cheap to source this kind of food in large quantities, so please keep that in mind.
Summary: If you're new to raw food cuisine, the menu prices will be a shock. Most of us can't afford to eat here regularly, so consider it an occasional treat. Go ahead and splurge a little, though - it's definitely worth a try.
More like untill six, we just got refused, she said kitchen closes at six she said... We took away some raw tart, and it was 11,80 for just two small pieces, quite expensive i would say, but lovely taste for sure, i would like to go back there, by the way, you first have to cross a very strange hippie shop, the restaurant is in the back, the take away cacao balls, 24 euro for six, but looking excoticaly outerworldly good!
a small restaurant with a variety of smoothies and cocktails. immediately sell healthy foods and snacks. of course the RAW was only pasta with zucchini, a sandwich in the leaves of nori and desserts. not impressed. but very cozy and smells of India
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