I must admit, Viasko was close to fiasco. The area was bad; we didn’t feel safe there. We had to walk for quite some time to get to the restaurant after taking the bus.
Our waitress was very much like a walking catalog of a tattoo and piercing parlor and it wasn’t a good first impression. The décor was dull and pretty much everything had this “cheaply done” kind of look.
In my opinion, the only good thing going for the place is the book nook (below).
Viasko is a fully vegan restaurant so you expect some compromise in taste but it was more compromise than we would have like to have. Food was actually average.
As a starter we shared Antipasti (olives, hummus and sun-dried tomatoes) which came with a small basket of bread. €3.90
Hummus was thick, sun-dried tomatoes tasted like they came out of a jar and the olives weren’t even marinated.
As for the mains we had:
Breaded soy medallions with white asparagus, baked cherry tomatoes, arugula and steamed potatoes. €15.90
Breaded soy medallions were dry.
Cheese “spätzle” with onion rings and cucumber salad in dill cream dressing. €11.90
Onion rings were not covered with the batter properly, cheese “spätzle” was just okay and dill cream salad dressing had the taste of moisture.
If you really must go, Viasko can be found at this address below:
Viasko Vegan Restaurant