Currently Max's has 118 branches in the Philippines and 7 international branches.
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.
Recently, Max's introduced their newest promo called "The Crispy Pata Feast," you can read more of it on this blog post. The Crispy Pata Feast consist of one hefty plate of Max’s fork-tender Crispy Pata, Max’s Sinigang, 4 cups of steaming white rice, 4 glasses of any ice-cold Pepsi softdrink, and 4 servings of melt-in-your-mouth Buko Pandan, all for PhP 865.00!
Below are the pictures I took in this exclusive blogger's event:
Max's Sinigang! It's actually Bangus Belly Sinigang. For those who are not familiar, Sinigang is a Filipino soup or stew characterized by its sour flavor most often associated with tamarind (sampalok).
The fork tender Crispy Pata. Since I like eating my crispy pata with my bare hand, I had a hard time eating it :) Add to the fact that I'm sharing it with AJ Matela & Bambi whom I only met during the event. I'm too shy LOL
Max's Bakery Corner Caramel Bar.
Each serving of Max's Crispy Pata Feast has four of these Buko Pandan dessert. It's not that sweet, just the right amount.
After the event, Max's gave me this. Max's Original Recipe Banana Ketchup, it has a cute packaging too :) Anyway, I really want to try again this Crispy Pata Feast next Wednesday, so I can enjoy it again and to find out if they serve the same quality of food to usual costumers :D