The story of Chez Max and its founder
Welcome To Chez Max
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.
The Origins of Chez Max
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.
www.riaddessens.com (long term rent only now).
In 2018, Max opened his cafe in Alliance Française on Kildare Street, with a french of freshly made food and epicerie.
Testimonials from Tripadvisor
What People are Saying
“A ‘Treat’ to Visit”
“Our Kids love the French Biscuit Selection”
Anne Laure, Dublin
“my first stop on the way to work for years while I lived in Dublin”
“Like going home”
“makes for special moments when I feel nostalgic”
“helped me find just the right basket for a French neighbour”
Hours of Operation
Monday to Friday
12.00am – 3.30pm
Saturday and Sunday
12.00am - 4.00pm
Thursday to Sunday
5.00pm to 9:30pm
Friday and Saturday
5.00pm to 10.00pm