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Maximillian's North Hollywood


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Maximillian's North Hollywood

Hughlipton | Feb 22, 2009 06:54 AM

Decided to try the Hungarian-Austrian Restaurant operated by Laszlo who used to be with Hortobagy. This is a great venue on Tujunga and Weddington in a mixed use neighborhood across from the tennis courts at North Hollywood Park. We got there early 6:30 and by the time we left the place was full. No one was waiting but virtually every table was filled.

I had the Oxtail bullion with liver dumpling soup which was more than I could eat and my wife had the asparagus and shrimp salad which was also a good sized portion. Both were tasty and as good as I had hoped for, Normally my wife and I split a main but we wanted to try the different dishes. Wife had the chicken paprikash. The flavor was excellent and the meat was not dried out. Portion size was large and could have easily been shared as was my sauteed liver dish which rather than being served in slices was cort of cut into small bits. I eat liver once or twice a year and was quite pleased with this choice.. Chicken came with spaetzle and mine with rice and potato.

Split an Apple Strudel for dessert. As good as I ever had in Europe. I had a glass of white wine with my soup and a glass of red with my main course. Tax, tip and all came to $90 even.

Plenty of parking in the lot or on the side street of Weddington where the entrance is. Give this place a try.

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