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Restavracija Maxim

 

French cuisine with a Slovenian character

Maxim is one of the most high-profile restaurants in Slovenia that maintains its long reputation with top cuisine.

For over 40 years, the famous Maxim has been located in the strict centre of Ljubljana near the Slovenian Parliament, the National Theatre Drama and Cankarjev dom.

Their recently renovated interior sits 80 guests, and boasts timeless classical elegance and sophistication. On warm days, the outdoor atrium is also used. Maxim is frequented by businesspeople, politicians and everyone who want to enjoy a special meal.

Chef Peter Kovač masterfully intertwines haute French cuisine, Mediterranean flavours and Slovenian tradition. He’s a modern, proficient and technically skilled chef who enjoys cooking and creating. He completely changes Maxim’s menu three times a year with his team of experienced cooks, confectioners and bakers.

Ingredients are evaluated by their quality, which must be supreme. They are equally demanding with regard to the plates they produce. If you find it difficult to choose the right dish, listen to the advice of the experienced serving staff. They’ll be happy to assist and take you through the daily menu, which is the result of daily fresh ingredients and the chef’s current inspiration. Regular guests are thrilled about daily surprises.

The wine list is supreme, as is expected in such a restaurant. It includes more than 200 of the most prestigious wines from all important wine regions from around the world. Light fresh wines prevail among the Slovenian ones.

Cuisine
Photo: Maxim Restaurant Archive

Maxim(um) experience of flavours

The foie gras is splendid, and so is pigeon breast and saddle of venison.

Maxim’s cuisine will be experienced best if you choose the seasonal tasting menu. The short one has six and the long one eight courses.

Peter Kovač
Peter Kovač
Photo: Maxim Restaurant Archive

Meet the chef

Cooking is happiness

In spite of his exceptional cooking knowledge, chef Peter Kovač is still eager to discover new dimensions of cooking.

Before becoming a chef at Maxim, he worked as a sous chef of the legendary Andrej Kuhar, Maxim’s previous chef, for four years. Despite his youth, he performs his new mission professionally and most responsibly.