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Max's Bar and Brasserie is situated in the heart of Oxford Street that it is the site of Southampton's cosmopolitan. About Max's Bar & Brasserie There are many Italian or Italian style restaurants in the UK. In our mind there are two types. There's the national chain where everything is decided at head office and made to a particular price point. Then there's the authentic Italian run and owned family restaurants where food is passion and a way of life. We have nothing against the chains but we do things differently at Max's. When you visit Max's you're treated like a family member. You'll often find adjacent tables talking to each other and making friends. This isn't a marketing gimmick. It's…
We always visit Southampton and we always come back to Max, and in a short visit will always end up visiting more than once. We come back as the food is consistent, made with care from good ingredients and clearly by a man who is...More
A cold Monday evening but a very warm welcome at Max’s. Corvina was perfectly cooked and extremely tasty. The gnocchi was is a very rich tomato sauce cooked to perfection.
Complemented with a glass of Italian heady and smooth red wine.
What move could you...More
We were greeted warmly by the friendly owner of Max's Brasserie on the Saturday night. The restaurant was very busy and had a good atmosphere. We all chose fish for our main course from the selection on the specials board and were not disappointed. The...More
A relatively small menu. A large board with a small number of specials on - which they bring to your table. This small italianish restaurant has around 30 covers, and you can see all the way to the back of the kitchen from the front...More