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The food is AMAZING, the service is quick, the servers incredibly kind and accomodating. The bread is homemade and delicious. The coffee, both the organic and Italian, is really good as well. I'd fly here to have breakfast every day if I could.
The service ay MoserCafeKultur is exceptional the place is nice, a mix of hipster-hippie-antique boutique kind of establishment.
It has a pub face, smells like a 2nd hand furniture sale place, but it’s essentially a pet friendly coffee and sometimes there are artistic shows with...local musicians and performers. The food is not cheap but it’s good, they have some decent quality wine and craft beers too.More
3 years later I am sitting in Ireland,reminiscing of my numerous times, I went to Moser while living in Qro( Aug 2010 to July 2014).Close friends took my family and I to Moser for the first time in Aug2010.From that day on it became my...place to go.Whether it was breakfast,lunch,dinner, or having half the restaurant reserved for 30 expats (on numerous times),Moser never failed to deliver. Modern chic decor,delicious vibrant food,the fresh breads,pastries and the coffee are a must in ones diet while in Qro.Qro wouldn't be be same without Moser.More
First thing that caught my eye was the decoration. I could describe it as an industrial chic decor.
As a French person I had high expectations concerning their raclette and I've been slightly disappointed. The meat was very greasy and cheese slices were very thin......Moreover it was quite expensive for the quality of the food.
Nonetheless their Chilean red wine was very good and helped balancing the poor taste of the meal.
In my opinion people pay for the place, the atmosphere and the kindness of the service. Their food is, unfortunately, average.More
We went here to have dinner at La Fábrica. Not sure exactly about the varying names/offerings in the building, but it seems that there may be multiple concepts sharing the space. We were happy to find live jazz the night we went; although, there was...a cover for each of us even though we were eating. We sat in the "library" and had a great, old table with different dinner chairs. We had several appetizers (Camembert, Caprese, and carpaccio), shared some bigger meals (salmon, chicken panini), and drank wine (Tempranillo). Everything was really good, including the service and music. We will definitely hit this spot again, maybe for brunch next time! I do think they should consider waiving or discounting the cover for tables of diners, but it was still a great experience!More
Second visit for me.. but first one in the morning and with bread!! Do recommend the bread. The coffee was not the best while the dishes were 1 ok and 1 quite good. You do need to come with patience and time. Not a"rush" place...
Moser's bread in itself is very good, but on Saturdays there is an organic market on the premises where you can get even better brea, plus cheese, vegetables, meat and all kinds of interesting stuff. Just come early because stuff flies.
Of course, this is...also a restaurant, with swiss specialties, good coffee, a small selection of wines and a great vibe. The food is quite good, although portions are smallish. It's been a while since I've been here for lunch, but they used to have set menus on weekdays, which were good value. Breakfast is probably the most popular time, as their great bread plus some yummy specialties such as Rosti make for a great start.
On Wednesday nights, they have Jazz, and it is nice, easy night out in a relaxed atmosphere. In summary, any time you come you'll have good food and a good time.More
I discovered this place on a recent trip to have my car serviced nearby. The place is in a revamped warehouse with small stores around a la Mercado Roma, but on a much smaller scale. The atmosphere was pleasant. A few business meetings were going...at some of the tables. Nice classical played music in the background. I arrived at 8 and ordered the bagel sandwich, but the bagels were just being made. They were willing to bake my bagel right away, which was a nice gesture, but instead I ordered the poached egg with spinach and mushrooms, which was done perfectly. Signs announce jazz in the evenings. I'll be back. Maybe at night!More