IGIBAN - Japanische Sushi-Bar

Stumpergasse 62, 1060 Vienna, Austria Get Directions to this spot
Stumpergasse 62
1060 Vienna
+43 1 5963848

16 reviews for IGIBAN - Japanische Sushi-Bar

  • 10 reviews are hidden: show all reviews
  • Lotussteve
    • 150
    • 23
    • 20. Sep 2010

    Chinese Family running a sushi joint....soups were very good, sushi not so (but i was in HIDORI just the day before so i was pampered ;) !) but what i really despised was that not only was the TV running at full volume with a chinese game show but also there seems to have been a quarrel or something between the three of the family so we were serviced in a rather rude way.....not my cup of tea :( !

  • Natalia P.
    • 58
    • 19
    • 13. Aug 2010

    Tried a lunch menu yesterday.

    It wasn't bad, not great, the quality was definitely acceptable for the price though! And it's a lot of food, really fills you.

    The interiors are, well, ugly, but for anybody who grew up in the 80's they're almost reassuring. What I found more disquieting were the plastic bags around the decorative dolls. So they don't get dirty, I know. But still :)

  • Mike
    • 201
    • 170
    • 04. Aug 2010

    Good, but not the greatest, sushi and Japanese food in the inner districts.

    It's a small, family affair, with the father cooking, mother and daughter serving, so expect to be treated a little more informally than other restaurants (but not necessarily in a bad way).

    The sushi is fresh, good quality and extremely affordable and there are a handful of vegetarian options.

  • Michael K.
    • 99
    • 67
    • 29. Jul 2010

    The lunch menus are incredibly cheap, e.g. 5 Euro for Miso soup, 3 Sushi, 3 Maki, salad, salmon with rice and a slice of melon for desert. The food's nothing to write home about, but the quality is very ok for the price.

    Good for a cheap quick lunch, but that's about it for me.

    BTW: The interior design makes me think of MacGyver's hair.

  • ıʇsuoɔ
    • 111
    • 70
    • 29. Jul 2010

    It's good and cheap!

  • Andreas B.
    • 6
    • 1
    • 09. Jan 2008

    Had the Sake Bento Box with 3 Carrot-Maki, 3 very big pieces of Sushi (Tuna, Salmon, Butter fish), salad, grilled salmon with rice and a miso soup.
    Quality was excellent, much better than at Soya "Half price" Sushi place, and the price was adequate at 7,50. Average price although is quite high but typical for a Japanese Restaurant.