Max’s Infuses Premium Elegance into Classic Filipino Dishes ♥

Max’s Infuses Premium Elegance into Classic Filipino Dishes ♥ 
Collaborates with Chef Laudico for Max’s New Dinner Specials Menu

A significant part of tradition, Max’s Restaurant has brought authentic Filipino cuisine to the forefront. It has established the presence of heirloom dishes like its “sarap-to-the-bones” Fried Chicken, Kare-Kare, Sinigang, Crispy Pata and Pancit Canton in almost every Filipino celebration. After almost 7 decades, this homegrown brand is not resting on its laurels as it continues to create innovative ways to step up the Filipino’s dining experience to a whole new level. This time, Max’s redefines elegance in dining with its new epicurean spread.

   Recently announcing its collaboration with Chef Rolando Laudico, one of the most recognized culinary experts in the Philippines today, Max’s Restaurant is serving up Max’s Dinner Specials, an opulent array of mouthwatering meals for its avid diners with highly discriminating tastes. Chef Laudico takes inspiration from Max’s world-famous Fried Chicken recipe and serves up new dishes with gourmet flair:

Seafood Tinapa Pasta – Spaghetti enthusiasts have a new dish to rave about with Max’s flavorful take on seafood pasta. This delicious recipe highlights smoked bangus complemented by other sea favorites like shrimps and squid, then sautéed in extra virgin olive oil, garlic, onions, red and green bell peppers, fresh tomatoes and chopped siling labuyo, and sprinkled with grated Parmesan cheese and thinly sliced fresh basil leaves. A must-try for those who like their pasta hot and spicy.
Creamy Chorizo Pasta –Max’s gives an innovative and creamy twist to the Filipino’s favorite pasta. The good, old-fashioned spaghetti recipe is given a delightful kick with Max’s creamy sauce of Spanish chorizo sautéed in extra virgin olive oil, garlic, onions and fresh eggs. This dish is made even more sumptuous with Parmesan cheese and thinly sliced fresh basil leaves.
Ensaladang Pinoy with Bagoong Vinaigrette – An appetizing ingredient to your regular green sald, fresh eggplants are grilled perfectly for that smoky flavor and tossed with ripe tomatoes, onions, lettuce, julienned green mangoes, singkamas and basil leaves, then drizzled with sweet and tangy bagoong vinaigrette.
Tamarind Spiced Sweet Potato Chips – Sure to whet the appetite is Max’s deep-fried yellow kamote chips seasoned with savory tamarind spices.
Grilled Salmon Head and Belly – Indulge in the freshest catch from the sea with Max’s perfectly grilled salmon head and belly immersed in traditional inasal marinade and served with soy vinegar dipping sauce with a zest of atchara.
Beer–Braised Pata Tim – Mildly sweet flavor of slow-cooked pork pata marinated in savory beer, soy-based sauce, special spices and dried banana blossoms is a delectable adventure for the palate. Served on a bed of blanched native pechay and garnished with fried basil leaves, this new dish from Max’s is a sure hit!
Adobo Fried Rice – Max’s punches up the Filipino’s staple food with pan-fried pork belly sautéed with garlic and seasoned with adobo sauce. Satisfying and delicious on its own, this dish is also topped with diced salted eggs, fresh tomatoes, and sprinkled with chopped spring onions.

Max’s new line of dishes adds a touch of elegance to any intimate dinner affair. As Chef Laudico puts it, "Dinner has a unique kind of charm compared to any other meal of the day. It's when we explore palatable flavors while unforgettable moments unfold. With Max’s Dinner Specials, we created an exquisite experience for diners, using only fresh ingredients and incorporating traditional methods of food preparation. With these dishes, we want Filipinos to share delightful meals with their friends and loved ones, and re-discover why dishes are not only delectable, but unforgettable as well,”.” shared Chef Laudico.

Drop by selected Max’s Restaurants from 6:00 pm onwards starting October 15, 2013 to indulge in Max’s Dinner Specials

Max’s premium dinner feasts that are perfect for friends and families dining together. 

Check out the latest gastronomic news from the most loved Filipino brand. 

Visit, the official website of Max’s Restaurant, and to be a member of Max’s Facebook Fan Page.

About Max’s Restaurant
Max’s, one of the country’s leading fast-casual dining restaurant traces its roots to a family’s generosity and passion for good food. Max’s, “the house that chicken built,” continues to innovate and expand worldwide with plans to open branches outside the United States. Today, Max’s Restaurant has established itself as a household name, an institution, and a proud Filipino tradition, zealously upholding the values passed on from its early beginnings in 1945 to the present –day generation of food aficionados. 

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  1. yay. I miss to eat at Max,, The last time I ate there was years ago already with my friend and colleague..

    1. Now a reason to eat at Max again :-) with new exciting menu.

  2. Haha, ito na naman ang iniiwasan kong post during midnight :) LOL KAGUTOMMMM Y_Y

    Anyways, I also love MAXS-- I think most people who tried it never forget how their food tastes. And indeed, their presentation is just one of the best! Now, Im craving for MAXs meals,,,

  3. I love their idea in infusing it to filipino dishes. Very creative.. and they created a new and mouth-watering dishes that is also a filipino dish :) kahit prang it's so different.. mapapa "huh?"; "pwede yan icombine?" kna lng. I wanna know the taste of those dishes :)))

  4. Cravings much ;).... might try the adobo rice and the pasta :) Sana may offerrings ang Max restaurants dito. Sobrang dami ng branches dito...i just need to know which ones sre already serving these dishes... this post makes me wanna forget about dieting for a while. Baka ending nito...ask hubby and daughter to eat there tomorrow:)

    1. Hahaha. Seafood Tinapa Pasta looks interesting to me. i forgot about my diet a long time ago. Lage it starts tomorrow but never happens.

  5. I really love anything with FUSION! Hihi. I remember Dragon Balls (Japanese anime) every time I hear the word "FUSIOOOOOOOOON! HA!" wahahaha! Anyway, I love the word “sarap-to-the-bones”, just like "kilig-to-the-bones!" HAHA! ^^

  6. those pictures make me wanna go to the nearest Maxs. Namiss ko bigla foods nila hihi.

  7. Pinoy foods really makes a difference! I really love MAX'S kapag may umuuwi fam member samin from abroad, hind mawawala ang MAX'S sa mga listahan ng restos na kakainan namin! :)


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