Chez Max (Baggot Street)
133 Lower Baggot Street, City Centre South, Dublin


Based on 143 reviews

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Established in November 2008, Chez Max Baggot Street is the sister restaurant of Chez Max on Palace Street. Chez Max Baggot Street is renowned for its outside seating area. There is smart garden at restaurant level as well as a sizable terrace on the upper level. In summer diners flock Chez Max Baggot Street to enjoy lunch in the sunshine

Chez Max Epicerie opened its doors in November 2009. In tune with the Chez Max ‘everything French’ philosophy, the epicerie serves homemade filled baguettes on freshly baked bread as well as superb lunchtime salads. We bake our pastries every morning for you to enjoy with our Café Ricard coffee.Now you too can bring this passion of French Touch, French Taste, into your everyday life.
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Posted 22nd May 2016 by ELIZBLAISEFirst Timer: 9 reviews

The beef bourginon was tender but excessively salty. I concluded the chef got lazy and dropped a bottle of soya sauce into the cooking pot. The chicken was very simple and frankly not memorable. Courteous waitress in pleasant al fresco surroundings. House Merlot very satisfying.

Posted 1st Aug 2015 by CATHYTMURPH39025687First Timer: 2 reviews

I can recommend this restaurant. We had great food but the service was excellent . Such a great atmosphere and the best ribeye steak. Loved every minute . Ask for seating in the upper terrace.

Posted 1st Jul 2015 by CLAREMC41First Timer: 4 reviews

Went for lunch this week. As always was excellent. Great menu in terms of choice and price point. Efficient friendly staff and lovely atmosphere. Must visit more often!

Posted 19th Mar 2015 by ORLAMC2121254133First Timer: 56 reviews

Had some mixed dips and olives to start and the moules frites and my Boyf had the crab and prawn cocktail followed by the steak frites- so very French we even had a bottle of lovely house red to wash it all done- will be back soon!

Posted 24th Feb 2015 by EINSTEINGuru: 74 reviews

A few of us went here, two of the party had steak and chips which were fine. I had the house special which was Mussels in sauce and chips, very small mussels ,no plump ones hanging around here , quite tasteless. I also had a crab mix starter which was also tasteless. The place was full so maybe I was just unlucky?

Posted 1st Dec 2014 by JOHNMCGOVERNFirst Timer: 14 reviews

My girlfriends parents brought us here, a French restaurant wouldn't be my first choice but it was surprisingly good. I got french onion soup to start and roast chicken for main which was all good! The restaurant was busy so there was a good buzz. I wouldn't be back in a hurry but her parents loved it so maybe you have to have finer taste than

Posted 11th Aug 2014 by FGOULDINGFirst Timer: 42 reviews

We decided to give this place a go on a Saturday night and it was really busy. The atmosphere was lively but too noisy (which wasn't the restaurant's fault). The service was very slow and we had to ask to place our order. The food was ok but lacked any great flavour and I'm sure that a French native would have been very disappointed as the dishes don't make you want to visit France too soon! Obviously the wine list was all French but then again it wasn't too exciting. I doubt if we'll return but it's not too bad a place for a one off French meal.

Posted 11th Jul 2014 by BEEFJFK1306918First Timer: 1 reviews

Am French, this is trash food. A horrendous rip off.

Posted 9th Apr 2014 by LOLAWHITEFirst Timer: 9 reviews

Went here on a Menupages deal (great value for 2 €60 incl. a bottle of wine) with a friend, had crab starter, beef bourguignon and a berry panna cotta. Very, very good food. My only complaint would be that the harsh furnishings make it a little hard to hear your companion!

Posted 4th Apr 2014 by AGNIESZKA.GRADZKAFirst Timer: 4 reviews

Only 4 stars for food as it wasn't same great as Chez Max Palace St! Other than that nice French restaurant.
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