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About Max London's
Max London's offers a variety of American cuisines and fast food with a range of gluten free options. It is also a bar boasting a nice atmosphere for friends, family and couples. The dim lights and comfy chairs offer a peaceful yet energetic aura around this place. The staff at Max London's is also very professional and helpful.
To start off the meal, the restaurant offers scrumptious appetizers like the polenta fries and Tuna Tartar. Some of the popular entrées on the menu includes Charcuterie Plate. The dishes are all well presented and served in generous portions. Max London's also offers a variety of cocktails and desserts.
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Friday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm; Dinner nightly: 5:00pm - Close
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
weekly entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights from 9pm- close
Available on request. Each party is done individually to meet the needs of that guest.
Street and there have been a few garages added recently that are very close by.
Private Party Facilities:
Ask about larger group areas. We have Mrs. Londons next door that is our bakery. It can be used at night time for private events.
Private Party Contact:
Brett: (702) 858-1836
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Max London's Ratings and Reviews
We have been going to Max's ever since they opened and have never been disappointed. The salads are the best ever. The entree's are unique and delicious with all the best and freshest foods. The waiters are always cordial and helpful. Just can't say enough good about the place. Plus, right next door at Mrs. London's are fantastic pastries to eat at home or on the way home
The food was delicious, service prompt and friendly at atmosphere was alive. It was nice enough for us to enjoy our date while we could have use the bar as a place to start off a night of reminiscing with old friends. We had been there 3 years ago with a large group and were not disappointed with just the two of us. Great place
The menu is small but flavorful and full of not your run of the mill selections. The signature dessert pudding salted caramel... To diet for - definitely worth abandoning your diet for. And the service is above and beyond courteous and helpful. I would definitely recommend this fine eatery.
My husband and I decided to try Max London's for the first time a couple of weeks ago, while visiting Saratoga. Unable to get a reservation at a reasonable hour on Saturday night, we settled for Sunday brunch. The staff was friendly and welcoming. We were seated quickly. The restaurant is energetic and has a young, hip vibe. We each had a refreshing and bubbly grapefruit mimosa. My husband had the smoked chicken hash, which was a large portion. I tasted it and practically STOLE it out from under my husband's nose. The chicken was almost buttery. I had the gigantic breakfast calzone, which was doughy on the outside and rich and creamy on the inside. We would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a wonderful dining experience.
Went with a group of 9. They put several tables together. The restaurant was crowded as usual and the noise level made it impossible to hear anyone not immediately next to or across from you. Everything was delicious, as it has been every time I have been here. It takes a long while to get your food but the waiter is constantly around with bread, drinks etc. it would be great if not for the high level of noise.
Bruschetta, two slices of rustic, tasty bread with fresh, well-conceived and blended ingredients. Don't miss Piggy Back Dates, four scrumptious warm dates filled with Serrano ham, walnuts, and goat cheese. My tagliatelle was perfectly blended with crab, tomato-herb cream and lemon, and my husband's orecchiette contained shrimp, squid, olive oil, garlic, chili, arugula, lemon, and toasted bread crumbs. Both dishes were nice portions with generous amounts of ingredients. The kitchen is the wonderful surprise at Max London's. Dishes are artful creations of ingredients so perfectly blended that we referred to our menu a dozen times during our meal because though we are well-experienced with food, we were unable to identify the ingredients!
Food and service at Mother's Day brunch were excellent- I had the breakfast calzone and my husband had mushroom omelet and both were very tasty. We felt the prices were a bit on the high side and the decor was lacking. We sat at a table for two in front of the door that people were using to exit the restaurant and it was freezing out that day. The place is small for the number of people that were there and it was extremely noisy.
Food generally good. The hostess welcoming; waitstaff was a little too casual, not attentive, preoccupied. Knowledge of the menu not good. Risotto Fabulous. Dessert never came, had to flag someone down. I ordered the butterscotch and whatever it was was good but did NOT taste like butterscotch! Bruschetta edges hard as a rock, We are 2 women of a certain age, and 3 times the waiter addressed us as "you guys". Sorry, but for me, that is a little disrespectful, and not to the standard of a restaurant that calls itself upscale. How about "good evening ladies"? Bottom line, no one of these issues would be a "meal-breaker" however add them all up and - a bit sketchy. Glad we went though.
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