Prosi Food Magic Cafe

Wimbergergasse 5, 1070 Vienna, Austria Get Directions to this spot
Wimbergergasse 5
1070 Vienna
+43 1 9744444

6 reviews for Prosi Food Magic Cafe

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  • Richard  A.
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    • 24. Jun 2013

    Good, authentic Indian food. A real find. Very reasonable prices. Vegan friendly. The workers (and owner?) are from South India I believe. 5 stars for the Marsala Dosas which are amazing.

  • Jay G.
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    • 17. Mar 2012

    This is a great find in Vienna and I am very thankful to my fellow Tupalos for the tip. I wasn't disappointed and stocked up on Indian goodies and foodstuffs for home and catering as well. It's also extremely affordable and the people are pretty friendly and warm.

  • lifewontwait
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    • 03. Mar 2012

    One of my favourite places in Vienna for quick, affordable authentic Indian fare - solid Thalis, excellent Samosas, delicious sweets and ever smiling people. Very vegetarian- and vegan-friendly.

    I find their dishes quite mild, but they have plenty of chutneys to spice it up.

    Food usually runs out quickly and sometimes things that should be warm are cold - they'll reheat your food if you ask them to.

  • Natalia P.
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    • 19
    • 07. Dec 2011

    If you haven't tried this place yet, do it, if you like Indian food.

    Their food is tasty and nice, it is very affordable even after their prices have risen, and it is a great place to go if you don't have a lot of time but still want a good, warm meal. Also, it's the one place I have seen in Vienna that serves masala dhosa and this makes me very happy ^_^ I had it quite a few times this summer! Their breakfasts are apparently cool, but I've never had the chance to go there and try it.

    The staff are also nice and friendly.

  • Mike
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    • 170

    One of my favorite hidden gems in Vienna. Deep inside the Prosi Market, their cafe has a huge range of fresh Indian food for eat in or takeaway. Their Idli breakfast are amazingwith a few hot Idli and 3 tasty curries for around €3.50! Also, lunch thali plates to go, or some of the best samosas I've ever had for around €1. Many of their meals are vegan friendly and are plentiful, affordable and usually ready pretty quickly.