“Just because I can’t sing, doesn’t mean I won’t sing.” – My mantra since I have friends who can really belt out high notes and can manage to cover new hits without so much a sweat. Now, double that singing gathering with good food and I will really give it my all. While the Philippines, Japan, and Korea among other Asian nations will have karaoke bars in literally every street possible, Vienna has very few. There are those you can rent for a price with food would be served along. I find that they aren’t easy on the pocket. And that is why Yori, a korean-restaurant in the middle of the city is a favorite among foodies who also love to sing (read: me).
Yori can be found in the heart of Vienna, a few minutes from the train station Schwedenplatz or the tramlines 1 and 2.
Located at the center of Vienna, the restaurant offers fine korean dining experience, complete with Gogigui (meat roast), albeit portable stoves are provided for ease of use.
Korean pancakes of shrimps, mussels, squids, young onions and courgettes. Filled with dough and eggs on both sides golden brown
Teriyaki, a Japanese marinade is an instant favorite even in a korean setting.
Another Japanese favorite, matcha, termed nokcha in korean, are served as dessert preparations.
A-1010 Wien, Österreich
Tel: 057 333 777