"One of the best continental dining experiences in Puerto Vallarta. Right in Zona Romantica"
Love this place. You feel like you are in a lovely European restaurant while being in one of the hottest restaurant areas of Puerto Vallarta. The food was outstanding. You can tell the owner is on site. He is Austrian and it is clear in all the details. I like eating inside on super hot Vallarta evenings but very pleasant table clothed tables are outside if that is your mood. The food is well priced for the quality and for being in such a happening tourist area. Had a lovely bisque that was perfect.
Chile en Negoda was a feature special and it was spot on perfect. The desert was gorgeouslypresented and fabulous. I saw one review recommending Derby Burger next door over this place... I can only think that was a planted bogus review by one of the Derby's owners... because this restaurant is in such a different class of quality and style.
If you are having a special occasion or what a deliciouselegant meal this restaurant would be one of my top picks.
I didn't have anything on the menu that I didn't think was great. Go, enjoy, drink wine and definitely order dessert! Only down side... the staff seems a little bored but they were excellent and professional. –Nathaly New York City
"As Close to Germany That You Will Get In Puerto Vallarta"
On our first night in Puerto Vallarta and after being misdirected to an authentic Mexican restaurant we ended up aKaiser Maximillian. The embroidered table clothes and napkins along with the crispwhite aprons and shirts on the waiters I quickly felt that the owners must not be Mexican.
I was not dissapointed from then on! The service was impeccable, the food superb. Craving a fressh salad I ordered a mixed salad with toasted pumpkin seats to share. The shared portions were more than adequate for each person and the vinagrete was light and flavorful. The Wiener Schintzel was a good as any that I had in Germany. It was accompanied by red cabbage and mashed potatoes and another plate with "gemesalt" - grated carrot salad, coleslaw and a saurkraut salad with carraway seeds. I was immediatly transported to Germany.
There was no need for the mixed salad before as thesalad that was served with the Schnitzel was more than adequate. The Schnitzel was lightly bread and well seasoned and the portion was "German" sized - plentiful! Very pleasant suprise for our first night in PVR. Worth a try. Robert O. Cánada–Robert O. CAnada