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“Unpretentious, generous portions”
Review of Mozart Cafe

Mozart Cafe
Ranked #177 of 828 Restaurants in Boca Raton
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $30 - $30
Cuisines: Israeli
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Good for: Scenic view
Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Dining
Cross street: Powerline Rd
Description: Where we thrive to give only the freshest and finest flavors, with an atmosphere to match. It all starts from our crisp vegetables, homemade breads, and authentic recipes. Along with our Mediterranean feel and traditional dining, you know that every time you come in you will have something to fit any guest. We serve anything from chunky marinara pasta to a succulent broiled red snapper. Our concept is based on health and family the two most important things in life. Most of the items on our menu are lightly seasoned and low on oil, making it easy for everyone to come in feeling good, and leave feeling even better..
Reviewed February 13, 2014

Mozart Café offers generous portions. I ordered a cup of soup and thought the waitress had erred when she brought what looked like a bowl. No, she explained, this was the cup; the bowl was huge.

The restaurant doesn't take reservations, which was a shame for the people who accumulated at the entrance and outside the front door as the evening went on. It's not pretentious: don't expect tablecloths, let alone candles. But there is a very good selection of kosher food (just no meat), including sushi. The prices are reasonable.

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Thank JMBnyc
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Reviewed February 7, 2014

Although they didn't have their liquor license yet -- apparently they were getting it the week AFTER I was there -- it was a pleasant meal in a pleasant surrounding. More than enough food to take home leftovers, making it all that much more worthwhile.

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Reviewed February 6, 2014

This restaurant has a very varied menu with something for everyone. Service can be spotty but the servers are friendly and try to please. The food is consistently good. There are salads, fish dishes, pastas, pizzas, and some Mexican dishes. The surroundings are lovely and you can eat inside or outside, near the fountains in the courtyard.

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Thank BocaJill
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Reviewed October 6, 2013

What a wonderful experience at the Mozart- same owners who were smart enough to bring on new management (Ed- front of house knows what he is doing!), do a makeover with lovely music, table linens, condensed but well-rounded menu, friendly, professional wait staff (they need polishing but Ed is aware of that). Now Boca offers a dairy restaurant with style, ambiance, great food, and professionalism. The open kitchen is now a delight- listening to the banter, watching appropriately dressed kitchen staff...they have rhythm and talent. My previous disappointments melted away as my lovely husband savored his Quatro Fromaggio Pizza and declared that it was as good as what we enjoyed in Paris (yes, dear!!) Looking forward to returning for the Sunday brunch. The chef came out to talk to us- he is taking off to join Gordon Ramsey's team- and was receptive to a few suggestions I made. A great kosher dining experience!!

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Thank TravelMaven613
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Reviewed October 2, 2013

This is a Kosher restaurant, though welcomes all with their very friendly staff. We had their Sunday breakfast brunch buffet. Over-priced for what they offer, but that is typcial for Kosher restaurants. The quality for the food was fine, and they offered to make any omlet you could think of (based on their offerings). This particular morning they were without Orange Juice, a first for a breakfast restaurant in South Florida. If a real Kosher (as opposed to Kosher-style) restaurant is what you're looking for and you're all Bens'd out - this place will do.

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Thank seven32009
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