Exceptional Quality! Dont miss this restaurant. The food was very good. My husband had wienersnitzel and I had grilled prawn with potatogratain and sause de beainaisse.
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I have discovered a hidden gem in the center of Leipzig Saxony Germany. Max Enk is somewhat tucked away on a small square with entry to the Neumarkt. A great restaurant! Very spacious and light furnishings with plenty of space between the tables. The staff...More
It has spacious minalamist dining area, I liked that the tables are not densely packed, so you are not buffeted by passing waiters , other guests and so can really settle at your table. The contemporary art on the wall tis interesting enough that you...More
My wife and I sat down for a lovely dinner at Max Enk on a Saturday night in June, our last on our trip to Germany. We were sitting on the patio, we had order the calf's liver and the Leipziger allerlei, both of which...More
It doesn't have a Michelin rosette (yet), but it comes with a Michelin recommendation of 'good standard', and it is certainly that and more. Max Enk has a cool and stylish pale grey interior, with white napery and dark bent-wood chairs that add a lightness...More
I visited the restaurant based on the recommendations of my hotel. The staff was extremely friendly and courteous, though for a vegetarian, I found the smell a little to excessive. There is very little to eat for a vegetarian and the only option was Veg...More
Although our food was fine, it was nothing to write home about. The service was attentive but not warm or very welcoming. I found the avant garde decor to be very distracting and almost unsettling - like I suddenly found myself in the movie Beetlejuice....More
Nice Restaurant in downtown Leipzig food was good, but not exceptional atmosphere is trendy and nice, but a little sterile i thought the meal was a bit pricy...
Went there tonight with a group of 9 persons. We ordered, aperitifs came quickly. First courses & amains took one hour eac to arrive. The rest if the restaurant was empty, one one table occupied. What would happen if the entire place was filled ?...More