23 Liebfrauenberg, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Cafe Mozart Frankfurt am Main Reviews
Jan 01, 2007
Café Mozart is another of Frankfurt's traditional Kaffe un Kuchen places with all that that entails.
Space is at a premium which means that the small tables are wedged into every available inch of floor. It's not uncomfortable or anything as this is seems to be the standard sort of layout for these joints but it does mean you’re always in close proximity to your fellow diners.
A vast array of cakes are on display in the glass counters for your inspection and to aid any decision making process. The rest of the menu contains the usual mix of breakfast and brunch type snacks (eggs, ham, toast etc in various combinations), various cakes and deserts and a smattering of larger meals. These type of cafes all seem to have exactly the same choice on their menus - perhaps that’s all part of the tradition.
This sort of place is always thronging with pensioners but that’s not something that should deter you unduly. The number of customers does make for a vibrant atmosphere, even if some of them do seem old enough to have been coming in here before German unification (the first time round!)
The food is warm, tasty and wholesome but it does lack something on its rival Café Liebfrauenberg in that it's location does not afford it outdoor seating so it might not seem as appealing on a hot summers day.
Part of the 'Dinner for One' - A Very German New Year! travel blog
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