About this Business
From Our Editors
After cultivating his culinary skills in the major hotels of Europe, Hungarian chef Laszlo Bossanyi brought his passion for traditional cuisine to Maximilians, nestled in the heart of the NOHO art district. The rustic charm of his homeland pervades the dining room, where guests can dine on Eastern European dishes such as veal paprikash, potato latkes, and german sausages. A worldly selection of wine and beer adds to the authenticity of the meal, offering patrons a glimpse into the unadulterated flavors that have since made their way into America’s culinary melting pot.
During warm months, clients and their pets can enjoy the smell of the adjacent rose garden as they eat on a tiled, umbrella-shaded patio, passing tastes to friends in the main dining room through holes in the white trellised fence.