Chez Max Bistro on Palace Street for breakfast, a relaxing lunch and full dinner.
Chez Max Palace Street is located in Dublin City Centre just beside the Dublin Castle
Dive into the heart of french cuisine
There is a famous French book about nostalgia with a madeleine, the flavors of chez max reminded me with great emotion the cooking of my French grandmother
Max’s cooking reminded me of my vacations in the South East of France.
I particularly recommend the duck breast which I think is the best dish on the menu
French Onion Soup, Emmental Cheese and Croutons
Foie gras Ballotine, poached Pear, Pear purée and Prune served with Toast
Steam Mussels with Shallots, white Wine Sauce and Cream, Garlic, Parsley
Slowly cooked Beef Stew in Burgundy red Wine Sauce, Onions s/w baby Potatoes, Carrots & Bacon
Bouillabaisse, Fish Stew and Shellfish reduction, baby Potatoes, fresh Bread and Rouille
Confit Duck leg , Puy Lentils, Brunoise Vegetables, baby Onions and smoked Bacon, Parsnip Crisp
Café Gourmand, Crème brulée / Chocolate Ganache Tart& Raspberry / Profiterole / Macaron
Warm Apple Tarte Tatin, sweet Vanilla crème Fraiche
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One of our favourite restaurants to celebrate special occasions. Great food, service and value for money. I love the new refurbished toilets and kitchen.
Dined on 13 October 2023
Short stops for coffee, then lunch. Dish of the day, Toulouse sausages, broccoli and mashed potatoes: simply EXCELLENT!!!
Dined on 9 December 2023
Gonzague ‘Max’ de Laloubie, the founder of Chez Max, arrived in Dublin in 2000, with a plan to improve his English.
Starting as a kitchen porter, waiter, manager; three years later, having fell under the charm of the island and especially the city of Dublin, he opened a small Juice bar in 2003.
In February 2023, Chez Max has been rewarded by his excellency French Ambassador in Ireland the first in Ireland : ” Maître Restaurateur world “. A proud and great achievement for Chez Max ; recognising using fresh local products cooked homemade with quality customer service.
In 2005, he opened his first official Chez Max in Palace Street to provide a authentic french bistro experience in Dublin, the first of its kind. Offering a truly French experience, with music, food and french staff.
In 2008, he opened Baggot street restaurant; following in 2010 with Chez Max Café on Baggot street.
In 2010, he opened a guest house in Morocco.
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In 2018, Max opened his cafe in Alliance Française on Kildare Street, serving freshly made food and an epicerie.
In February 2023, Chez Mas has been rewarded by his excellency French Ambassador in Ireland the first in Ireland : ” Maître Restaurateur world “. A proud and great achievement for Chez Max ; recognising using fresh local products cooked homemade with quality customer service .
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