The Charleston area still has few good German restaurants remaining. Located in Mt. Pleasant, this restaurant fills the gap with Central European and ... More
Max & Moritz
The Charleston area still has few good German restaurants remaining. Located in Mt. Pleasant, this restaurant fills the gap with Central European and German fare. The wine list is international and the menu is eclectic. The liver sausage and Weiner Schnitzel will definitely take your taste buds to another country, and the desserts are guaranteed to be both delicious and filling. Max & Moritz reduces fat as much as possible while retaining authentic German flavor. The decor is unpretentious and resembles a German cafe.
While tucked away in a small shopping center, Max and Moritz is one of the best small establishments in Fayetteville. We enjoyed the food and managed to share dinner with a small contingent of the local Red Hat Society.
The Jaegerschitzel was excellent as was the chicken Cordon bleu. The topper to the evening was a thick slice of apple strudel, carried home in a small box. Call ahead to get the evening hours as they only serve a few evenings a week.
The restaurant also offers breakfast and lunch items served 5 days a week at reasonable prices.
The only real complaint is that seating is limited to about 10 tables.
If you are planning to spend a quiet evening dining out than this would one place to consider as there is no need to rush to get done with your meal. The staff is excellent and does every thing to make you welcome.
My wife and I love German food. We moved to the Charleston area in 1999 and sorely missed German cuisine, until we heard about Max and Moritz. Their cuisine is excellent, the service pleasant and attentive. The physical surroundings, i.e. the restaurant itself, does not do justice to how awesome this establishment is!
this place is the best i ever worked.everyone is very nice and i already feel like a family member of max and moritz.klaus and karin can make u relive those stories, and it is very funny. the food is very god,eveything is fresh ,and the desserts are very good also.this is a place with so much spirit from the stories ,that sometimes u will find ur self in those.
I love this little place in Charloston Sc, Max and Moritz. The food is freshly prepared every day, and it does taste like home, Germany. The Owners Klaus and Karin are very friendly people, and they both love to have you at Max and Moritz.
At Max and Moritz you are family.
From Patricia Johnson, Moncks Corner, Sc
On a recent trip to Charleston we had the pleasure of discovering this quaint little restaurant. The quality and freshness of the food we sampled was outstanding. The liver dumpling soup, just how I remember it. Even in Germany it is hard to find a Wiener Schnitzel so delicious. All the food was very authentic. A wide selection of German wines, unusual variatles, even German reds were also available for retail sale. And naturally great beers. Even as busy as it was service was prompt and friendly. Don't miss this great little place.
Max & Moritz German restaurant doesn't hold a candle to The Bavarian Chef in Virgina. My wife and I were greatly disappointed with the selection. The taste of the food was just average. The restaurant's atmosphere is severely lacking anything German culture wise (at least at the time of our visit.) Charleston DESPERATELY needs a good German restaurant. Myrtle Beach has a decent one, but again, nothing compared to The Bavarian Chef.
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