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Fine French Dining in the heart of Dublin, Chez Max

Chez Max, 1 Palace Street, Dublin 1

An authentic taste of France at an affordable price, Chez Max has received rave reviews, and boasts some of the finest french food in the city. With a French Cafe on Palace Street and a French Bistro on Baggott Street, Chez Max is quickly becoming a local favorite.

Irish Independent”It felt Paris, and for a wet Sunday night in Dublin, that’s not bad going”

Do you want to feel like you are in another world staying without leaving the Liberties? Just push open the door of the French restaurant at the entrance of the Dublin Castle . Waiters will welcome you in an atmosphere “à la française”

Music, decoration, paintings… nothing is left to chance. All is made to imitate the “cheese’s country” and create an authentic atmosphere. On the walls, there are pictures of the famous singers Jacques Brel, Léo Ferré and Georges Brassens. In another corner of the room, paintings of the French painter Toulouse-Lautrec adorn the wall.

All food ingredients used are made in France. For owner Max de Laloubie, it cannot be otherwise.
“This is the key of the restaurant’s success,” he explains. De Laloubie has just opened a small shop on the first floor which sells many products directly imported from France.

Having said that, don’t think to go there with a large group of your friends. The restaurant is very small. It suits a couple for a romantic evening.Moreover, the price may not be suitable for students. Expect to pay at least €20 per person without the wine.

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