Mozart Café in Boca Gets New Kitchen Staff, Major Overhaul
In life, things can get a little stale; sometimes it just takes a little makeover to spice it up a bit.
The same goes for restaurants.
To bring new life back into the spot, Mozart Café completely revamped its concept with a contemporary interior, kitchen team, brand-spanking-new kosher dairy menu, and a soon-to-come pastry shop next door.
"This is a complete departure from the old Mozart Café," said Mike Zikri, managing partner. "Everything is being made from scratch, using top quality products and a gourmet touch. We are also very pleased to have a new team of well-trained chefs."
Corporate executive chef Josh Hedquist has been working with sushi chef Armando Takamoto, formerly of Buddha Sky Bar; pastry chef Moran Shatashvili; and barista Luis Oliva to revitalize the fare with a wide array of kosher options for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch.
The menu includes salads, like the Asian salmon ($19) with mixed greens, tomato, corn, carrots, and alfalfa with an Asian dressing; appetizers, like the avocado egg rolls ($10) with sun-dried tomatoes, red onion, and a cilantro sauce and wild mushroom bruschetta ($12) with ricotta cheese and lemonette; large plates, such as oven-roasted Chilean sea bass ($35) with roasted potato, asparagus, and roasted tomato beurre blanc as well as pizzas ($11-20) and pastas ($15 to $26); sushi like the shrimp tempura roll ($11) with faux shrimp tempura, avocado, snap peas, and scallions and kimchee roll ($12) with tuna, cucumber, spinach, and scallions topped with tuna and kimchee sauce; and sandwiches ($11 to $16).