CAFÉ MAX

German, European - Casual dining

Chef recommends with wine

With White Wine

Butter Fish “Frankfurt Style”: Basa fillet tossed in butter, served with sautéed potatoes, broccoli and butter-caper sauce. Enjoy this dish preferably with a Sauvignon Blanc white wine.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Fratelli Sauvignon Blanc (India)

Classic Wiener Schnitzel “Vienna Style”: Breaded Veal, shallow fried, served with thyme roasted potatoes. A Chardonnay white wine will be delightful with this.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- SDU Deva Chardonnay (India)

Chicken Au Vin: Port wine marinated chicken leg cooked with carrots, onions, and leek, served with roasted dumplings and wine sauce. Enjoy this dish preferably with a Viognier white wine.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Charosa Viognier (India)

Spinach Roulade: Spinach leaves stuffed with feta and ricotta cheese, sundried tomatoes and yellow peppers. Served with mushroom sauce, Aglio olio, and baby potatoes. Enjoy this dish preferably with a Chenin Blanc white wine.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Big Banyan Chenin Blanc (India)

With Red Wine

Beef Fillet Roulade: Beef fillet stuffed with bacon (pork) and bell peppers, served with roasted dumplings, broccoli, and dark red wine sauce.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Charosa Shiraz (India)

Gnocchi “Chef Style”: Soft dough potato and flour dumplings, served with homemade green pesto sauce.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Trapiche Pinot GRIGIO (Argentina)

With Rosé Wine

Tender Pork Ribs: Pork ribs marinated in mustard and rosemary, cooked in a mushroom and port wine sauce, served with potatoes and veggies. 

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Big Banyan Rosa Rossa (India)

With Sparkling Wine

Salmon “Denmark Style”: Grilled Atlantic salmon steak served with sauteed potatoes and vegetables.

Brand(s) you may consider:

- Jacob's Creek Sparkling Rosé (Australia)

 
 

Wine list

With 23 wines, the list offers a range of easy-drinking red, white, rosé and sparkling wines. 17 Indian wines, showcasing some of the country’s finest, are available both by the glass and by the bottle while only 2 imported wines can be ordered by the glass. Wine-based cocktails such as red, white and rosé sangrias and mimosa are on offer too.

 

Wine Price:

By the glass (150ml): Rs 330 – 820

By the bottle (750ml): Rs 1640 – 4230

Indian Sparkling wine by the glass (120ml): Rs 480

Indian Sparkling wine by the bottle (375ml): Rs 1435

* Wine availability and prices at the restaurant may change without prior notice. Please check with the restaurant before ordering.

 

About

Café Max is a no-frills, all-day casual dining restaurant located on the top floor of the Goethe Institute, Max Muller Bhavan in Indiranagar. The menu offers a variety of authentic German dishes such as schnitzel and other European fares that include sandwiches, pastas, pies, quiches, roulades, and sizzlers. To complement the food at Café Max, the restaurant serves only wine and wine cocktails alongside other non-alcoholic beverages. Dig into a large, hearty meal, or indulge in their lovely breakfast menu that’s available every day.

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