Cafe Mozart Washington Reviews
A delightful German Cafe-Konditorei in Washington Sep 03, 2012
On the Labor Day holiday we had come into Washington to see some of the special exhibits at the National Portrait Gallery. A few blocks away was Cafe Mozart, a German restaurant we'd been wanting to try.
The restaurant is in the back of the affiliated Konditorei and deli. One must pass by all the temping pastry and food displays to get there! Many tempting things were on the menu. Schnitzel, Goulash, Stroganoff, potato soup, and Wurst among them. I selected the Schlachtplatte. This sampler came with Pork Loin and a choice of Wurst (Bratwurst in my case) with German Potato Salad and Sauerkraut. Susan had it too, but we brought her pork loin home. It will make a good lunch this week. Dessert was Apple Strudel.
Our waitress spoke with a German accent, asked several times how were enjoying the food, and kept our iced teas refilled.
A great find for German food!
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