What makes a celebration one for the books? For us Filipinos, it’s food … most definitely food. May it be something we cooked or cooked entirely for us, nothing beats spending time around the dining table any time, any day.
Truly, taste is a preference. Some like it sweet, salty and spicy. Others go for mild palate flavaoyrs while others enjoy the extreme. For the extremes (like me), you’d surely fall in love with Max’s newest offering.
Gather ‘round the table and celebrate every day with a dash of spice as Max’s, the house that Fried Chicken built, introduces the newest item on their menu — Max’s Spicy Chicken!
The latest addition to their extensive menu of favourite Filipino dishes, every piece is packed with their special chili pepper seasoning that makes every bite memorable. Now, who would not want that? Right!
“Our signature sarap to the bones fried chicken just got a whole lot better as we’ve added an option for customers to enjoy it spicy. Perfect for those looking for an extra kick out of their favourite Max’s Fried Chicken.”, shared Max’s Restauratn National Business Unit Head, Paolo Serrano.
For only P529, the Spicy Chicken Platter’s spice level may be customised according to your preference. Go hot, hotter and hottest — just make sure you can handle the heat in your palate. Best pairing? Max’s house blended banana ketchup.
Dining with family and friends? Max’s Spicy Chicken Family Bundle is your best cup of tea. This spicy feast has all you need for a memorable gustatory time — Max’s Spicy Chicken, choice of one best selling soup, plain rice, four glasses of iced tea, four caramel bar ice cream, and a plush toy for only P1,399. The bundle is good for 4.
Filipinos as we are, we always spoil ourselves specially when it comes to food. This festive season, Max’s offers a very Pinoy food staple – Max’s Honey Glazed Chili Pata. Premium deep fried pork knuckle made extra special with garlic, ginger, honey and Max’s pata sauce.
This festive holiday season, make it extra special with Max’s Fried Chicken.