Mozart Restaurant in Washington DC

Mozart Restaurant Washington DC

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Mozart Restaurant in Washington DC is the oldest woman-owned restaurant in Washington, D.C. Since 1964, they have been serving the community German and Austrian food

  • Name : Asia Kitchen Restaurant
  • Worktime : , 11:00AM-8:00PM
  • Type : German food restaurant
  • Assessment : 4.5
  • Prices : $$
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Mozart Restaurant Washington DC Address :

1331 H St NW, Washington, DC 20005،

Mozart Restaurant Washington DC Phone number :

+12023475732

Mozart Restaurant Washington DC

Best seller :

potato salad
cheese cake
Fried chicken

Mozart Restaurant Menu :

 

 Mozart Restaurant Menu

Mozart Restaurant Menu

Mozart Restaurant Menu

Mozart Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

 

comment 1 :

I go to this special place once a month as I enjoy the special atmosphere that is outline this restaurant. The staff is extraordianrillyremarkably loyal and experienced. The service is pretty quick. Not to mention, the food you eat is perfect. I ate there more than once and I was always satisfied. The price is honest. I highly recommend this place to my friends and family.

comment 2 :

German restaurant Mozart. The famous composer was born in Austria however like the Vienna schnitzel. 😉 Whats in a name or nationality….. What a good meal we had and at lunch time. If we would have been seated in the diningroom it would have been 5 stars.

We met with friends at this restaurant for lunch. my friend recommended this place. Well, it was a winning. The staff members were very polite and we had an excellent feeling. The food was just great. We loved this restaurant a lot and we will visit this place again. we highly recommend this place.

comment 3:

Cafe Mozart is the oldest woman-owned restaurant in Washington, D.C. Since 1964, they have been serving the community German and Austrian food. Today, it’s expanded into many things. When you walk into the space it’s obvious it’s a no-frills space. To your right is a coffee area and ice cream stand with a few tables to enjoy our snacks/food at. To your left and in front of you is a German store with all the Milka chocolate bars you can imagine and a bakery selling cakes, pastries, etc. There’s also a deli that makes the best-fried chicken schnitzel sandwich for $8. In the way back is the bar and the actual restaurant.
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