|Dining rooms are crowded with nostalgic ornaments and documents|
|So. Much. Character|
|Mismatched glassware and table lampshades, add wit and whimsy|
The cuisine at Müeller is hearty German staples. Uncomplicated food that comforts and reassures; a refreshing departure from the zeitgeist of “smears”, “foams” and “reductions”. My night at Café Müeller saw us tuck into buttery brothy soup of mixed veg and stringed chicken, to start.
Mixed vegetable and chicken soup
House baked fennel seed bread
|Pork schnitzel, potato salad, ice burg lettuce|
Dessert of the day was homemade baked cheesecake. The cake was unpredictably light a fluffy, resembling the flavours and textures of a mild Lemon Delicious pudding. Scrumptious!
|Beautiful baked souffle cheesecake|
Café Müeller is a memorable and lovable place. A destination for an unhurried dinner with (free!) BYO wine, a group of your nearest and dearest and free-flowing conversation.
Ambience: 5/5 (Warm, quirky, laid-back. So much warmth.)
Service: 3/5 (Karl is very lovely but the service requires patience…or a bottle of wine!)
Value: 5/5 (Three courses and an enjoyably odd experience comes to about $30/head - bargain!)