Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - For the last 20 years, exceptional Austrian fare has made Kaiser Maximilian one of Puerto Vallarta's favorite restaurants. But in August, this charming European-style café is also offering diners a taste of something different... mouth watering Mediterranean cuisine.
Through the end of the month, Owner / Chef Andreas Rupprechter and Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomera are cooking up a special Mediterranean Menu, which includes: the ever-popular Horiatiki, a traditional Greek salad made from diced cucumber, tomato, red onion, feta and calamata olives tossed in extra virgin olive oil; Potato Gnocchi with mushrooms and spinach; Eggplant Lasagna with Crab; Veal Scaloppini and other favorites.
A variety of delicious desserts add the perfect finishing touch to the special Mediterranean menu, so stop by this "Very European" restaurant on the South side of Puerto Vallarta and celebrate the end of Summer with something a little different.
Whether dining al fresco at the European-style sidewalk café tables, or in the intimate air-conditioned dining room, you'll enjoy the fabulous cuisine, professional service and elegant atmosphere that have made Kaiser Maximilian famous.
And don't forget, Kaiser Maximilian always celebrates El Mes de la Patria by serving up traditional Mexican dishes with an elegant spin, (like the restaurant's celebrated Chiles en Nogada,) throughout the month of September. Don't miss it!
Open Monday-Saturday from 8 am to 11 pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant & Cafe is located at Olas Altas #38B in the Zona Romántica of Puerto Vallarta. For reservations call (322) 223-0760 or visit KaiserMaximilian.com
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