Fresh Favorites At Max's

Max’s enlightens customers through their sense of taste by offering new, delicious, vibrant and freshly prepared dishes in addition to its all time favorite “Sarap-to-the-Bones” fried chicken. Over the years, Max’s only uses the freshest and highest quality ingredients and has been continuously developing more appetizing, palatial but affordable cuisine.

gambas in aliguesauce Gambas in Aligue Sauce

The best innovative finds at Max’s Restaurant are the four dish combinations derived from ordinary homegrown non-meaty recipes evident in every Filipino dining table. The mongo and tinapa being both a common Filipino household viand gives a twist to a new dining experience with Max’s Mongo with Crisp Tinapa Dumplings topped with fresh sliced tomatoes.

monggo wtih crispy tinapa dumplings Monggo with Crispy Tinapa Dumplings

The Pinaputok na Tiyan ng Bangus rooted from the country’s national fish symbol is a fresh bangus belly grilled in banana leaves. Opening the fish will truly burst surprises into you with its stuffed chopped tomatoes, onions, garlic and garnished with fresh tomato salsa.

pinaputok na tiyan na bangus Pinaputok na Tiyan ng Bangus

The Camaron Rebosado, is a succulent crispy shrimp finely cooked with mixture of fresh ingredients and dipped in sweet and sour sauce.

camaron Camaron Rebusado

Tofu, an adaptable food that is usually fried, baked, mashed, marinated, barbecued, and frozen is enhanced into a scalding plate of Sizzling Tofu glazed with a special sauce and topped with chilis that will satisfy true food connoisseurs.

sizzling tofu Sizzling Tofu

Max’s continues to provide exciting dining experiences to the Filipino food enthusiasts with its aperitive and newly innovated main dishes and appetizers – Crisp Tinapa Dumplings and Gambas in Aligue Sauce, a dish where you can savor the taste of luscious shrimp spiced up with garlic and served with soft bread on the side for you to dip in to the flavorful chili sauce.

crispy tinapa dumplings Crispy Tinapa Dumplings

All these latest food attractions complement their legendary “Sarap-to-the-Bones” fried chicken that will certainly make Max’s not only a brand, but also a cuisine that suits the Filipino palate.

Max’s also introduces the Coco Pineapple Shake, a cool sweet-flavored mix of natural coconut and fresh pineapple- – a truly perfect blend to make your summer delightfully refreshing.

Start getting into a fresh habit, dine-in at any Max’s Restaurant near you or dial Max’s Metro Manila delivery hotline.

Max’s Restaurant
hotline: 7-9000

8 thoughts on “Fresh Favorites At Max's”

  1. Wow, by looking at your pictures, Max’s Restaurant has sure improved their menu. My Mom and her sisters always go to Max’s Restaurant for their “sisters” dinner which they do every now and then and I had the honour to be included as a guest in one occasion but I could not understand why they love the restaurant so much. The fried chicken was dry, the crispy pata was good, my aunt’s kare-kare was way better and the sinigang sa palayok was fine but not spectacular. I don’t know, it just wasn’t my favourite restaurant, looking at the pictures now though, I wish we have a branch here in Canada lol!

  2. I love to eat relyenong bangus and fried chicken. That’s what I ordered when we dropped by at the Hacienda Luisita in Tarlac together with the mediamen and women of the National Commission on Culture and the Arts.

  3. OMG, mongo! And it’s with tinapa? I just had a combo of mongo and dilis at Cafe Bola last weekend. I will surely try that at Max’s very soon.

  4. i just had my late late lunch at max – it’s been ages since the last time i eat at a max’s resto. the reason i went there coz i really got enticed with the photos and short articles – so i ordered the gambas in aligae and hoping that i can taste the monggo – as of today wala na siya sa menu. it took them almost more than 20 mins. to serve my order of gambas and oriental lumpia – i was about to leave and cancel the order – but i said patience this has to be worth the wait. yehey came my order – the oriental lumpia – though i thought there would be anything different from the regular lumpia – except it was swimming in sauce – what else can you do with a lumpia. anyway, the gambas – first bite- tastes like shrimp – a little tough but ok – where’s the aligae – all i taste is garlic – and a hint of spiciness – but where is the aligae!…oh well…at least now i know why i haven’t been eating at max.

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