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09, Lustkandlgasse 4 · interesting places nearby
Kim Kocht information
Kim puts her own creative spin on Korean and Japanese cuisine at this understatedly stylish restaurant. Her menus are constantly changing but often feature fish dishes, such as lemongrass-chilli tuna with rice noodles, as the main. The food is winningly fresh, making best use of organic produce. It's advisable to book well ahead. Kim Kocht also offers cooking courses.