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$7 - $30
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Austrian, Cafe, European, Central European
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Yes, 1.50 Euros for a simple glass of tap water. Just outrageous. In our group were long-time residents of Vienna, and all of us were outraged by this charge. We had a substantial bill, about 100 Euros for food, beverages, dessert and coffee, so this...water charge, which was not clear on the menu, made us all a bit ANGRY at this greedy restaurant which is owned by the owner of Vienna's famed Cafe Landtmann, which is frequented mostly by tourists of Austrians on expense accounts. We will NEVER patronize either Cafe Mozart or Cafe Landtmann again, and we warn all others of the greed of these enterprises. Greedy owners should be boycotted. Never again, Cafe Mozart bei der Oper. Never again!!!More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed September 11, 2020 via mobile

Very nice and warm place to have a coffee and pastry to warm up a bit. Beautiful interior, that gives you an idea of the atmosphere of the Austrian-Hungarian empire. Friendly service.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Reviewed August 3, 2020

We had breakfast and lunch in this charming Cafe Mozart and we love this place with all the wonderful cakes, best coffee and friendly service. Thanks to all the staff and we come again for sure

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed August 2, 2020

The food at the Mozart is very good, so are the drinks and the service is friendly and attentive. Perfect spot to take a break from shopping and relax for a moment.

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed July 15, 2020 via mobile

Café Mozart is a little run down as the chairs could see a polsterer. But the coffee and Kaiserschmarren are best in class. So if you are looking for a place that did not change much in the last 50 years and maybe even more,...then go! 😉More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed April 29, 2020 via mobile

Historic and traditional place. Worth a visit. Quality service. We sat well and ate. We tried several types of cakes and, of course, strudel. Everything is delicious. Drank tea. I liked his serving in a teapot and with a caramel stick.

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed April 19, 2020

I checked a bit online and multiple sources recommended the Mozart Café, so I made my way there. It was centrally located and, despite what I was expecting, the queue to be sited was only a few people long at that time. Not before long...we were seated and had a chance to check their full menu. They have a great variety of coffees, hot and cold drinks and of course pastries and cakes. Our final order was a Turkish/Greek coffee and an espresso, while to eat we got one Kaiserschmarrn and a chocolate cake. A while after we received the coffees and the Kaiserschmarrn. What caught my eye immediately was the traditional serving of the Turkish coffee. It was complete with the coffee pot where they brewed it and the iconic Turkish delight. It was on the expensive side of the spectrum (7€), but the quality was nothing short of the original. Last but not least, the Kaiserschmarrn was the star of the table. It was brought to us still in its pan, hot and aromatic, accompanied by two sauces. If you go to Vienna, this is the one thing you must try, and the Mozart Café’s edition did not disappoint. It was very fluffy, and the hint of orange zest in the pastry gave it a surprising kick. The portion was also quite big, enough for two people to be full. If you want to learn more about my Long Weekend in Vienna plz Visit my WebsiteMore

Date of visit: December 2019
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Reviewed March 30, 2020

Enjoyed real Austrian Coffee specialties sitting outside enjoying the sun and the views. Perfect service came on top ...

Date of visit: October 2019
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Reviewed March 23, 2020 via mobile

What a great place. We were slightly lost so this place was a gem of a find. We couldn’t have wished for friendlier, more welcoming staff and the food was delicious.

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed March 9, 2020

After having visited the Albertina (great exhibitions) and doing the guided tour of the Opera we wanted to have a quick bite, and entered the Café Mozart (at 4 p.m.) with some 5 minutes wait (it was full, we had no reservation). Got a good...table and having see the menu decided on a full meal. The Frittatensuppe was god, the Steinpilz Risotto very good, the Lammrücken (rack of lamb) absolutely superb. The Merlot recommended by our friendly waiter (David, he was polite, helpful and efficient) was an excellent choice. We didn’t manage to eat even one portion of Kaiserschmarrn between the two of us, it was so much. For a Café Mozart bei der Oper is a surprisingly good restaurant.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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adam j
November 18, 2017|
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Response from Andrzej116 | Reviewed this property |
All restaurants within the European Union are smoke free -outside whether seating or just standing -smoking is normally allowed by the restaurant but area can be limited.
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March 8, 2017|
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Response from omarp486 | Reviewed this property |
Well... not really in our experience. It was a crowdy afternoon, we were two family with three children each. We wait outside in queue for one hour. Our idea wasvto have a wonderfull afternoon break. But once we were ready... More
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