Shalimar / Wien

Schmalzhofgasse 11 Wien 1060
+43 1 5964317
€€€€
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:30 - 14:30
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 23:30
Description

Das Shalimar ist das älteste indische Restaurant in Wien und man fühlt sich wie im Commonwealth! Die Mischung aus traditioneller Dekoration und noblem Gedeck machen das Shalimar zu einem Stück britischer Kolonie gleich an der Mariahilferstraße.

from official Facebook page
# 1042 of 1639 Restaurants in Vienna
average 163 votes
2.7
Tips from the Net @ Shalimar
Prashant Dhar en
Food is ok, the host was very very nice. GooglePlace - August 2017
Mahsa Mahsa en
Very dirty 😨, Tisch clothes stained from last guests, glasses with marks, toilet dirty... food extremely salty ❌ ... really disappointed 😔 Foursquare - July 2017
Birgit Dorfmeister en
Ordered online and didn't receive food for 1.5 hours just to find out after ringing that the driver is not available tonight 😬😬... would have liked to try a new Indian restaurant in Vienna but after that experience wont order again... nor go there in person... cheers and bye bye ... GooglePlace - September 2016
Henri Grandjacques en
Really happy! Very good indian food, warm atmosphere, reliable service. I recommand. GooglePlace - January 2016
Günther Szivak en
Been there for the first time after the reopening, and it has been a mixed experience. On the one hand we found the usual place (I worked nearby earlier and went there on a regular basis a few years ago), the menue has changed, where we found the usual dishes but also a few new ones - which we found promising. When we called to make a reservation as well as later in the restaurant we had to communicate in English (this is the reason I write this review in English - sorry for mistakes ) which is neither good nor bad for us, but might be a problem in Vienna. And: one should know. Also the host was alone at service, but we didn't have to wait too long. As the restaurant itself was unchanged, yet in a pretty clean state (which was not always the case earlier), also the table cloth was clean and white - we found some heavy chips on some tables and glasses, which definitely left a very poor impression and is a no-go in a serious restaurant. But for the food this was a surprise: we simply had the best indian food we ever had in Vienna. We had a Lamb Dhansak, which was simply great, pretty spicy without being uneatable hot, a lot of fresh ginger and green coriander, the lentils soft but still firm, the meat was tasteful and soft, my favourite! My wife favoured the Chicken Korma, also delicious yet totally different, buttery and mild, quite a bit on the cocos-side. As Korma is a pretty standard dish in most indian restaurants, this one was very special and definitive distinguishable from your average "standard curry". Will we go there again? Yes, definitely! We want to give it a try and explore the menue, hoping that the standard will improve, while the cook will keep it's high level. So, can we recommend it? Yes, with the things mentioned above to be considered. But we think this could become a little gem for lovers of exotic cuisine and therefore be given a chance. GooglePlace - December 2015