Kimberley has at least four German food restaurants. Two are better than Mozart's. Homemade beer is a plus. German style entrees are limited.
Had homebrewed beer and homemade brats on the First Saturday/Oktoberfest in Kimberley BC. The service was a little slow but the food and brew was very nice. Unfortunately a little chilly but we sat outside none-the-less. Definitely a good place to stop if you're in the area.
I was so looking forward to a schnitzel and a beer. The beer tasted like awful home brew and the schnitzel was mediocre. The salad was really good though.
Four of us showed up for a nice dinner on a Thursday night around 8 pm. There was maybe 10 other people in there total. We received our dinner an hour and a half later. Then, while bringing it out the waitress dropped my dinner on the floor. She apologized and disappeared. Then the rest of our table ate. Our... More
The place looks old and tired and we were very skeptical upon arrival as the place was empty except for one table, which was finishing up. However, we stayed and ordered schnitzel. Overall, dinner was good but not amazing. The service was excellent and our waitress was warm and friendly. Mind you, we were the only ones left and this... More
Bread/buns are weak, the strudel is terrible and the atmosphere is claustrophobic, clutteed and loud.
We parked our motorcycles and the sky let go in a torrential downpour so we ran to the first restaurant. It was about 4:15 and were told we couldnt order dinner til 5pm.So we had a few drinks waiting, the waitresses were wonderful. The chef did not arrive til 5:15 and then our order was taken. It took until after... More
We ordered the schnitzel starter. The two sausages were good then we discovered mold on the bread. When the waitress came for our plates we pointed out the mold. She went back to the kitchen, we heard a loud male voice then a crash. She came back and said it was not mold that there was a strip of this... More
From the beautiful building to the crafted beer and homemade food the Mozart House is a great place to meet, eat and enjoy a beverage. It reminded me so much of my trip to Munich I could have been there. If you get a chance to meet the owner and head chef (John I believe) you will be greeted with... More
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