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If you enjoy European sidewalk cafés and fine continental cuisine, this award-winning eatery evoking Old Vienna at its heyday is sure to charm you. A longtime Vallarta favorite, Austrian owner Andreas Rupprechter named the place in honor of fellow countryman, Mexico’s former emperor. And Maximilian himself would have loved dining here, perhaps, choosing hearty comfort food like Wienerschnitzel with potatoes and Austrian salad. Or delving into gourmet renditions of contemporary European fare, like Duo of duck breast and duck confit with Spätzle, mushrooms and sugar snap peas. And while the menu is constantly being tweaked, it’s nice knowing that some things don’t change, and for a dozen of years…
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I visit Puerto Vallarta each year. I always eat at least once at Kaiser Maximilian. I have never had a bad dinner there. In fact each time it has been great. The food is outstanding and the service very good. I coul eat anything on...More
Kaiser Maximilian was by far our best breakfast in Puerto Vallarta!
Jesus was our waiter the 3 days we made it in and his service was exceptional.
Menus are available in English and Spanish and Jesus spoke both as well.
The food was delicious with...More
The food choices were varied, prepared and presented as you would expect. Onion soup with rich broth,succulent bone-in pork chop - medium rare as requested with nut chutney and sautéed endive; partner had New York with gratin potatoes and sautéed mixed vegetables. This was also...More
Old world surroundings and service in this Austrian inspired restaurant. Chef has been here for over 20 years serving European classics and updated classics. Duck confit on top of a salad, tender braised leg of veal with a mushroom cream sauce, grilled snapper with a...More
Party of 5 for dinner. We were all pleased with our food choices. Service was attentive and friendly. We sat outside (our choice) but it was a little cramped for 5. Agree that it’s a bit too busy outside with street traffic, vendors, etc. I...More
Had a reservation to sit inside, but there was a loud table so we opted to sit out in the sidewalk area. Not a pleasant experience. Vendors constantly stop by trying to sell you stuff and interrupt your conversation. Musicians plant themselves in front of...More
We decided to have our Anniversary dinner here, and it was easily the highlight of our trip to PV! Our waiter, Luis provided us with 5 star service! While the food was incredible, Luis made our meal incredibly special! His patience and help with our...More
We come here every time we are in P.V. The German food is delicious. I get a vegetarian plate with my choice of sides. My husband gets sea food. They have a nice wine list. We sit outside and enjoy the ambiance and the attentive...More