One of the reasons I love going home to Vienna from New York for breaks is that I get to eat with my family, mainly because I get no judgement for ordering every single thing on the menu and then eating enough for five or more people on my own. Luckily my brother is a swimmer and still growing, so the rest of us just pretend he's the one eating all the food.
This time we went for dinner at Mochi, one of our favorite Asian restaurants in Vienna.
We started off with some crispy prawns in creamy spicy sauce with salad and edamami with shredded horse radish (I thought that was weird the first time I had it, but now I'm convinced it's the best way to serve edamami!).
Next was "Sushi Pizza" : deep fried rice topped with salmon, spicy sauce and cucumbers.
Salmon sashimi with truffle dressing (I could barely capture this one on camera before my dad inhaled the entire portion).
This one is my brother's favorite: crispy chicken with chili mayonnaise. The rest of us basically have to fight him for even a bite of it.
Spicy Salmon roll and Hot Mochi Roll.
This roll isn't actually on the menu, but people who eat here often know they make it if you ask. It's tempura salmon with avocado and special sauce. If there's one thing you need to order at Mochi, it's definitely the Dana roll.
Just remember to reserve a table before you go, the restaurant is really small and if isn't summer they can rarely ever seat walk-ins.