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Serves dishes laden with spices from the subcontinent, including kebabs, samosas and rogan josh.
04, Naschmarkt 76 · interesting places nearby
Umar is one of the best fish restaurants in Vienna, serving fresh seafood imported from Italy and Turkey at its large Naschmarkt stall. Choose between whole fish, mussels in white-wine sauce and giant shrimps fried in herb butter. Seriously good wines from the Wachau round off a delicious eating experience.