Offering all-day dining in the stylish Covent Garden Hotel, Brasserie Max serves an array of classic British dishes, Mediterranean favourites and international flavours. Meat and fish from the grill join fresh pasta dishes and hearty mains, on a menu packed with seasonal ingredients. The fine food is topped off by a large choice of wines and cocktails from the bar.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Brasserie Max - Covent Garden
10 Monmouth StreetLondonWC2H 9LF
Top 5 reviews of Brasserie Max - Covent Garden
Tea time at this hotel restaurant should be renamed eat as much food as humanly possible time. They take their tea time seriously here.
The dining area is very pleasant and easy to find. The staff are very friendly and had some great tips when coming in for tea. My partner and I had a later afternoon reservation so they were willing to keep bringing out items that they were otherwise going to... more
We were walking in the neighborhood on our way to another lunch spot that had an hr wait time and noticed this lovely restaurant with afternoon tea. I got the Covent garden tea set and he had the gentleman's tea set. His tea set came with fried cod and chips with the most amazing tartar sauces. I enjoyed my finger sandwiches, and the desserts were all delightful, especially the chocolate opera... more
Flew in from the US on a family vacation. A colleague of my husband recommended this place. This was our first formal Afternoon Tea. While we enjoyed it, we were not overtly impressed. The family favorite were the scones (but not much else) and the Mythical Creatures Tea. For 150£ (for 4 people) we expected more. Furthermore, I was a bit disappointed to find out they do not sell the loose leaf... more
Came here last night for a light supper and dessert - and they were absolutely lovely to us. This is definitely the kind of quiet, sexy, understated place you come to when you want to just focus on your date.
The bread to start with was sublime, with just the right amount of crunch in the corners. The farfalle was light on the palate (not enough gorgonzola cheese perhaps) but the rocket and... more
Great tea's; recommend the Bourbon Vanilla tea. Solid English Breakfast, or the High Breakfast is a fun way to sample several small dishes. more