- Cuisine: Italian Southern
- Accepts Credit Card: N/A
- Parking: N/A
- Atmosphere: N/A
- Take Reservations: N/A
- Serves Alcohol: N/A
- Smoking Allowed:No
- Nearest Transit: 2 Av (F) Essex St (J, M, Z) Delancey St (F)
- Good for Kids: No
- Good for Groups: No
- Delivery: Yes
- Take Out: Yes
- Waiter Service: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: Yes
- Good For: Dinner
- Alcohol Description: Beer & Wine Only
- Noise Level: Average
- Ambience: Casual
- Has TV: No
- Caters: No
User Reviews for Max
All Reviews for Max
I was really disappointed with them. My son ordered a lasagne ($12) and they told him there was a $15 minimum delivery fee, so he just ordered a garlic...
A hidden gem on the Upper Upper West Side, Max Soha is usually packed- and rightfully so. The entrees are very reasonably priced and there's always a b...
We didnt fancy yet another trip round the Strand Bookstore so me and my daughter went in here for hot chocolate. The shop and cafe looked so wonderful...
This is how I feel about Italian food. It's really hard to mess it up, but it's also really hard to do it well, unless it comes with a huge price tag...
Went to Max after we tried to walk into Lo. Decent Italian food - we both had the house pasta special, which was surprisingly sweet and unusually tasty...
It turned out to c. They were so awful that if the restaurant served them for free I would be unimpressed but to charge so much, it was a deal breaker...
The pasta with Lamb Ragu was pasta covered with red sauce. No lamb to be found...
November 07, 2009
One of my favorite restaurants in ny. Now there are too many tourists going, but I still love it. The sauces are perfect. Slightly sweet, perfect quantities served in adorable bowls. Fave dishes are lamb ragu, lasagna, and spaghetti with meat sauce. The appetizers aren't great and neither are the non-pasta dishes. Good and inexpensive wine, and friendly bartenders and waiters. Back patio in the summer with friends is perfection. And it's dark and cozy in the main room which is great during the winter.
- Fettucinne with meat sauce: perfection ($11)
- Portobello Mushroom: boring ($9)
December 19, 2006
I keep going back for the lamb ragu. I always try my friend's food too and all the sauces and dishes are delicious. I most recently tried the meatload and it was definitely better than Mom used to make! The cozy restaurant is perfect for dates - especially during the summer when they open up the backyard space with a fake laundry line running above the tables. But the best part about Max is the price! This is really great italian food for an incredibly low price.