Isaan, or อีสาน, is what the northeast part of Thailand is called; an important part of their cuisine is sticky rice & all sorts of meat. The variety of the menu here however has got quite a selection of general Thai food.
Size wise this popular place really is more of a snack bar. One could even spend their time waiting for take-aways outside, looking in. From the sidewalk you can peek right into the woks behind the huge glass front.
When coming straight back from Thailand, one usually has a hard time finding genuine Thai food in Vienna. While going to Thai Isaan Kitchen for the first time, I ordered in Thai. I was proud but mostly surprised at their understanding of my order.
From 12:00 – 15:00 you get lunch (2 different meals) for € 6.90. Nice gimmick: in their menu they mark dishes with 1-3 chili’s to tell you how much spiciness you’ve got to expect.