Cafe Mozart on Church

4 Reviews
Bistro fare, Burgers, Health food, Italian, Mediterranean, Modern, Vegan food, Vegetarian
Phone Number 0214221765 Opening Hours Breakfast Lunch

Breakfast: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 9am to 11.30am

Lunch: Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12pm - 5pm


Menu - Cafe Mozart on Church Food Menu- Updated June 2018 Cafe Mozart on Church drinks Menu- Updated June 2018


R90 avg main meal
Bistro fare, Burgers, Health food, Italian, Mediterranean, Modern, Vegan food, Vegetarian
subsequent to change, enquire at the restaurant
R90 avg main meal
Business meetings, Coffee, Groups, Quick meals
Amex, Mastercard, Snapscan, Visa, Zapper
Accepts credit cards, Booking required, Child friendly, Cocktails, Dog-friendly, Food, Functions, Licensed, Lunch, Serves food, Takeaways, Wheelchair, WiFi

Owner's description

Nestled in the heart of the city on the Church Street antique market in the shade of beautiful old trees, this gorgeous eclectic café evokes a sense of history and genteel English traditions – gin and tonic, high tea and rolling countrysides.

Here, guests relax and enjoy the hustle and bustle of the decades-old market while watching the city go by. Mozart is the perfect spot for breakfast, to rest weary feet after a long mornings shopping or to take advantage of the wifi and get some work done in tranquil surroundings.

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User reviews

4 Reviews
    This little Cafe is so subtly situated you could miss it, but Don't! What a winner of a Lunch. All Day Breakfast on their menu. Rare in Cape Town? 8) Home made Desserts, a Buffet table they call their Table of Love. Amazing value for money. The staff were attentive, friendly and of a good standard. I had the Veggie Royal, what a vegetarian burger! Thank you Cafe Mozart, we'll be back.

    I had lunch there recently, and although it's an absolutely beautiful place, the food left much to be desired. I had a sandwich that was described as "Chicago Beef Steak Sandwich with Mozzarella, Capsicum Salsa and Garlic Aioli". In reality, the steak was a few little cubes of stewing meat, the mozzarella was a pile of dry, bland grated white cheese (couldn't tell what kind), and the salsa was actually just supermarket sweet chilli sauce, which the sandwich was absolutely drenched in. Not nice.

    The courtyard, situated in the pedestrianised stretch of Church Street, is a great place for people-watching with a cappucino in hand. Lunch options include a particularly delicious homemade chicken pie and absolutely addictive beer-battered fish and chips, served with tartar sauce.
    Lunch at Cafe Mozart is a rewarding experience. The buffet selection is fresh, vibrant and well worth having, especially when the bill arrived. I will be there soon again.

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