The building itself is a masterpiece.
The concept here was a performance of Mozart music portrayed by professional musicians and singers.
We had 8:00 reservations and went into the lower level restaurant for a cocktail before we could be seated upstairs.
The dining room was set up so elegantly and slightly formal to reveal the feeling of the era of Mozart.
The food was served in intervals between music and performances.
Costumes were of the period and looked authentic.
The menu was presented before the show began. Each course came at once and was served well. White gloved service.
The food itself was prepared well and tasted good. Chicken was the entree. The dessert was the best part. It was a Cocoa portrait of Mozart on the plate with a small sweet cream semi frido.
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