Cafe Mueller is an absolute "Must Try" but, be warned - it will become a regular feature in your dining address book. Karl and Len run a truly eclectic German restaurant, famed for having no menu, and serve the very yummiest home-cooked food made with all the love and care you'd expect from family.
Our evening always begins with a large bowl of soup (both the chicken and the beef are outstanding) and Karl's secret recipe warm bread. I dream about the bread between visits!! My favourite main is the schnitzel but the mince pancake rates a mention as its flavour far outweighs its humble title. If you should make it through all that then try the ice cream sundae (I think it's black forest but can't remember because I'm usually too fill to have it).
It's like dining at someone's home when you visit Cafe Mueller and you will spend endless hours exploring the visual feast that adorns the walls (and every possible surface). The collection creates the most remarkable ambience and has taken the lads over 20 years to gather. After 3 years of visits, I still find something different each time to muse over while my meal is prepared or I'm waiting for a table on a busy night. Sometimes we've happily dined on the couch in front of the fire because it was too relaxing to budge when the time came.
The final pleasant surprise of the evening will come when you receive the bill. A three course meal will come in around $35 :0)
Take a good bottle of wine (and attitude), a good friend and enjoy the ride. You might want to book first (via the answerphone) as lately this well-kept secret has spread!
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