Last date I was here: 09/12/2009
Restaurant: Café Mozart (http://www.cafemozartonline.com/)
Location: McPherson Square
Total Rating: 3.75
Food: 4, Price: 3, Service: 4, Ambience: 3, Accessibility: 5
Summary: Café Mozart is an authentic German deli with a restaurant and bar attached in back. Serving authentic German Austrian fare ranging from knockwurst to schnitzel and large masses of quality German beer, Café Mozart transports you to Europe with their friendly hospitality and quirky ambience. Closest Metro is McPherson Square.
We stopped by to check out their deli and see what authentic cuisine they had to take home. The bakery section is a little small and lacked any German bretzels that I was looking for (those are the big soft ones). We also had a gift certificate so we decided to stay and eat a late lunch. Our server was very friendly and attempted her German accent while listing the German beers available on draft. Our food arrived fairly fast and was genuinely cooked in traditional style. Besides German beer, they carry German wines and I had one of my favorites from Alsace. We were too full to try any dessert – which is supposed to be wonderful – and will definitely come back again.
What I ate:
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Boneless chicken breast stuffed with ham and swiss cheese and then breaded and fried.
Served with spaetzle and vegetables.
Plus Keith ate:
Veal cutlet breaded and fried. Served with German potato salad and sauerkraut.