Restaurant Maximilians in Berlin

If you fancy Bavarian cuisine and beer in Berlin, then the Maximilians restaurant on Friedrichstrasse is a good address. The venue offers a cozy tavern-style atmosphere, with dark wood, leather benches and an impressive brass and copper tap. Here you can enjoy original Hacker Pschorr Edelhell fresh from the wooden barrel, served in frosted glasses.

Maximilian's menu is a culinary homage to Bavarian and Berlin specialties, with dishes such as fresh liver cheese, cheese spaetzle, grilled sausages, Obazda, pretzels and much more. The ingredients are regional and the recipes are homemade. There are also seasonal offerings, such as chanterelles in summer or duck in winter. There are also delicious options for vegetarians and vegans, such as vegetable racks or salads.

The Maximilians is not just a place to eat, but also to experience. You can take part in beer tastings with beer sommelier Torsten Spörl, who will take you into the world of beer flavors. Or you can take a look at the traditional storage of wooden barrels with ice cream sticks in the glass cold store in the middle of the dining room. And if the weather cooperates, you can also sit outside in the beautiful beer garden and watch the hustle and bustle on Friedrichstrasse.

The Maximilians is a friendly restaurant in the heart of Berlin that combines real tradition with a contemporary tavern atmosphere. It is a popular meeting place for locals and tourists who want to pamper themselves with friends or family after work or on the weekend. It's best to reserve a table online or call 030 20450559. The restaurant is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Further information can be found on the website or on the restaurant's Facebook page.


White sausage and pretzel