Kaiser Maximilian Puerto Vallarta

Kaiser Maximilian Chef’s Table

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It’s a feast for all the senses and you can take part in this experience by attending Theme Night at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta during the 22nd Annual Festival Gourmet.
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Traditional Austrian cuisine with a modern twist will be featured by Guest Chefs Johannes Weinberger and Lida Zebedin. Johannes and Lida work under Master Chef Martin Sieberer  at the Trofana Royal Hotel, which is the only 5-star hotel in Austria. They have also worked in great restaurants in Carinthia and Styria before joining the team at the hotel.

The Chef’s Theme Dinner includes a variety of dishes and wine pairings that will entice any foodie. The meal is on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, at 8pm sharp. The cost is $1500 pesos per person, which does not include gratuity.

 

 

Here’s the menu:

First Course

“Thunfisch” Tuna carpaccio with mixed greens, cucumber, dried tomatoes
Paired with Weingut Huber, Hugo, Grüner Veltliner 2015, Austria

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Second Course

“Wachtel” Roasted quail with risotto, parmesan and foie gras
Paired with Weingut Reinisch Johanneshof, Pinot Noir 2014, Thermenregion,  Austria

Third Course
“Klare Steinpilzsuppe” Warm, clear porcini consommé served in a different way

Fourth Course
¨Lachsforelle” salmon trout fillet with speck raisin nage, herbs and celery purée
Paired with Weingut Huber, Riesling Terrassen 2014, Traisental, Austria

Fifth Course
“Hirsch” Venison with onion crust, chestnut custard and saffron apples
Paired with Reinisch Johanneshof, St. Laurent 2012, Tattendorf, Austria

Sixth Course
“Mozartkugeln” with Berry Ragout
This is similar to a chocolate truffle originally created in 1890 by Confectioner Paul Fürst from Salzburg and named after Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Paired with Champagne Veuve Clicquot

There will be also be live music by the famous, local musical group Los Bambinos.

Reservations are required, please call the restaurant at 223 0760 or 222 5058.

Austrian cuisine is influenced by the greatly by the former Austro-Hungarian Empire and Martin is one of those artists who is dedicated to the emphasis and reinterpretation of his regional cuisine. This combination of traditional, well-known and indigenous with interesting, new forms of preparation, some playfulness and unusual effects characterizes the Tyrolean’s cuisine style. His Sous Chefs Johannes and Lida will interpret his dishes nicely.

Experience this meal at Kaiser Maximilian.

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Our Specials from the Mediterranean at Kaiser Maximilian

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Mild winters and warm summers are just some of the characteristics of the Mediterranean. Its history has contributed greatly to its collective cuisine. Several important ancient civilizations flourished in the region which was dominated for centuries by Phoenicia, Carthage, Greece, Rome and the Byzantine, Arab and Ottoman empires.

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These historical connections and influences, as well as the impact of the Mediterranean Sea on the region’s climate mean have resulted in a melding like no where else on earth. Plus countries with strong culinary traditions, like Italy, Spain and France have also affected the cuisine.

You can sample some flavorful Mediterranean dishes at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta during August 2016. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomera and owner Andreas Rupprechter have developed this special menu featuring wonderful dishes from the region.

The Mediterranean menu is served from noon to 11pm at Espresso Bar and 6 to 11pm in The Main Dining Room. Both restaurants have outdoor seating and interior seating with air-conditioning.

Flavors of the Mediterranean

Appetizers
*Gnocchi with a braised short rib, creamy polenta, bell pepper and red wine sauce

Mediterranean specials
*Fried calamari with mixed greens, olives and tzatziki
*Horiatiki, A Greek Salad with tomato, cucumber, feta cheese, onions, olives

Greek salad, Horatiki August 2016
*Beef Carpaccio with mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, mustard and honey dressing
*Gazpacho with goat cheese and bread croutons

Gazpacho Agosto 2016

Main Courses
*Veal Scaloppini with Angel hair pasta, Caprese and red wine sauce

Dessers
*Panna cotta with passionfruit sorbet and berry compote

The regular a la carte menu will also be available.

Kaiser Maximilian features a touch of Europe in downtown Puerto Vallarta. The casually elegant restaurant offers a respite from the beach and is a great place to observe the area.

 

Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant & Café
Olas Altas 380-B, Downtown South;
Puerto Vallarta , Jalisco, México.
Tel. (322) 223-0760 – (322) 222-5058
Monday – Saturday 8 am – 11 pm

Kaiser Maximilian 21st Anniversary

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Gourmet dining in a European atmosphere along with casual elegance describes this world-class dining experience. Thousands of satisfied clients and many more meals and drinks served make Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant a very important part of the dining scene in Puerto Vallarta.
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They are celebrating 21 years of serving delicious Austrian and European cuisine in one of the area’s premiere dining establishments.

Andreas Rupprechter, the restaurant’s founding chef and owner opened on Olas Altas in 1995. It remains the area’s only Austrian restaurant. “I would like to welcome all of our long time clients to the anniversary celebration,” says Andreas, “I hope this special menu encourages others to try our restaurant for the first time and hopefully become regulars.”

“I was part of the restaurant’s opening team, says Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomera, “I’m proud to be part of the restaurant’s 21st anniversary, too. It is always a pleasure to cook great food.”

Andreas and Juan have created a wonderful a la carte menu which runs from May 4 to June 2, 2016. This special menu is available starting at noon at Espresso Bar and is served there until 11pm. You can eat in The Main Dining room from 5 to 11pm.

Here’s the anniversary menu:

Appetizers
*Cold cucumber cream with mango, radish and red & black caviar
*Gnocchi, bacon, smoked tomato and clams
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Main Courses:
*Coffee-spiced beef, sauce Foyot, grilled vegetables & potato croquettes
*Veal Scaloppini with angel hair pasta, mozzarella, asparagus and red wine sauce
*Roasted duck breast, butternut squash purée and buckwheat risotto
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Dessert
*Chocolate cup with chocolate mousse & hazelnut cream along with passion fruit sorbet

Celebrate Kaiser Maximilian’s 21st Anniversary with innovative dishes that merge new and old world cuisine. The regular a la carte menu and the Restaurant Week menus will also be available.

Shedding winter during the third month of the year, March.

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It is a great month because the first day of spring occurs on the equinox on the 20th. During 2016 Easter takes place on the 27th. There’s even more exciting things happening in March and that include a special menu at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

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Owner Andreas Rupprechter and Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomer have developed several dishes sure to satisfy. Here’s a look at the special menu and the regular a la carte menu is also available. Enjoy these from noon to 11pm.

Appetizers
*Potato gnocchi with mushrooms, spinach and truffle sauce
Lobster bisque with shrimp

Main Course
Fish fillet with potato gnocchis, tarragon sauce and spinach

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Dessert
Pear Helene made with vanilla ice cream, marinated pear, chocolate sauce and whipped cream

Reservations are recommended 223 0760 or 222 5058.

Do not forget to ask your waiter about wines that would be a great accompaniment to your meal selection. Kaiser Maximilian has an extensive wine list.

Take some time to savor the flavors at this European style bistro in Old Town Vallarta. The Espresso Bar is open from 8am to 11pm and The Main Dining Room is open from 6 to 11pm. There is outdoor and indoor seating available.

 

Valentine’s Specials at Kaiser Maximilian

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A February holiday has been recognized for thousands of years. Its history has several beginnings.

The tradition of Valentine’s Day is believed to have originated from the pagan customs of the third or fourth century BC when the Parentalia and Feralia Festivals of Purification were celebrated in ancient Rome between February 13 and February 18. This was also the time of a Fertility Festival which celebrated a young man’s rite of passage and involved animal sacrifices and fertility rituals.

With the appearance of Christianity, priests attempted to replace such ancient heathen practices. In the fifth century AD, the church resolved to abolish this pagan celebration by creating its own holiday around the same date and selecting a saint who was remembered for his devotion to love. Saint Valentine became the official Patron Saint of Love and the holiday continued to evolve.

You can celebrate this sweetheart of a holiday at Kaiser Maximilian with a tempting special a la carte menu or you can order off of the regular menu, either way it will be a wonderful evening. Executive Chef Juan Carlos Palomer created extraordinary selections for this occasion.

The restaurant is normally closed on Sundays, but will open for dinner starting at 4pm at the Espresso Bar and it will remain open until 11pm. The Main Dining Room will open for dinner starting at 6pm and will stay open until 11pm.

Here is the special a la carte menu. The regular menu is also available.

Appetizers
*Smoked Mushroom Soup with Quinoa and Roasted Chilies
*Risotto with Shrimp and Chipotle Sauce

Main Courses
*Beef Tenderloin with Red Flannel Hash topped with a Pepper and Hollandaise Sauce
*Herb Crusted Salmon Fillet with Angel Hair Pasta tossed with an Asparagus and Port Wine Sauce

Dessert
*Cottage Cheese Strudel with Berry Compote and Vanilla Ice Cream

Please make reservations for February 14, 2016, so you can secure the table, time and Espresso Bar or Main Dining Room selection, 223 0760 or 222 5058. The special a la carte Valentine’s Day menu will be featured until February 29, 2016.

Spend a romantic evening at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta.

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Thanksgiving Weekend Specials November 2015

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Thanksgiving Weekend Specials November  2015

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Sweet potato agnolotti with sage, speck & pumpkin seed vinaigrette

Agnolotti de camote con salvia, Speck & vinagreta de aceite de pepita

$ 120 Pesos (7.50 US Dlls)

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Turkey medallions stuffed with nuts, apples, dried

fruits , fine vegetables, sweet potato purée and cranberry sauce

$ 275 Pesos (aprox. 17.20 US Dlls)

Medallones de pavo con relleno de nuez, manzana, frutas secas,

verduras finas, puré de camote y salsa de arándano

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Apple spice cake, maple whipped cream, Calvados caramel, candied almonds

Pastel de manzana, crema batida de maple, caramelo de calvados, almendras caramelizadas

$ 85 Pesos (aprox. 5.30 US Dlls)

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Feliz Día de Gracias!

Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant, Olas Altas 380-B, centro sur,

Puerto Vallarta

Tel.  2230760   ó   2225058         http://www.kaisermaximilian.com

 

Chef’s Table at Kaiser Maximilian

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It’s a feast for all the senses and you can take part in this experience by attending Theme Night at Kaiser Maximilian Restaurant in Puerto Vallarta during the 21st Annual Festival Gourmet.
New American Cuisine will be featured by Executive Guest Chef Daniel Eardley and Executive Pastry Chef, Tara Glick, both from American Cut in New York City.

New American Cuisine can be described in several ways. It is fusion cuisine, it updates classic American dishes and features local, seasonal high-quality ingredients. This wave of cooking highlights a heightened consciousness about health and chefs began look for ways to produce healthier, more natural upscale food.

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The Chef’s Theme Dinner includes a variety of dishes and wine pairing that will entice any foodie. The meal is on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, at 8pm sharp. The cost is $1400 pesos per person, which does not include the tip.

Here’s the menu:

First Course
Calamari, Hearts of Palm, Quinoa, Romesco & Red Pepper Jelly
Fluxus Blanco 2013, El Porvenir Ensenada B.C, Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico

Ensalada de calamar 2015

Second Course
Sweet Potato Agnolotti with Sage, Speck & Pumpkin Seed Vinaigrette
Sangiovese Poggio alle Sughere 2013, Toscana IGT ( Lionel Marchesi) Italia

Third Course
Sea scallops, Chimichurri, Preserved Lemon
Chardonnay Artesa Vineyards 2012, Carneros, USA

Fourth Course
Duck, Farro, Cherries & Port
Zinfandel Cycles Gladiator 2012, Lodi, USA

Fifth Course
Braised Short Rib, Celery Purée, Persillade & Black Gold Bark
Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz Casa Grande 2011, Parras Coahuila, Mexico

Sixth Course
Chocolate Panna Cotta: Espresso Granita, Kahlua Whipped Cream, Hazelnut Biscotti
Gran Patrón Burdeos, Añejo Tequila, 100% Agave, Atotonilco, Jalisco, Mexico

They will be featuring live music by the local musical group Los Bambinos.

Reservations are required, please call the restaurant at 223 0760 or 222 5058.

This style of cuisine allows creative freedom for the chefs and it’s a broad category with influences from all over the world, mainly because the US is a country of immigrants. The potential for innovation is endless.

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Experience this meal at Kaiser Maximilian.