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Family Dinner at Max’s Restaurant

One of our favorite places to enjoy Filipino fare is Max’s Restaurant. Our last visit there was November of last year. It was late afternoon when we went there, but we wanted to eat rice already, so we ended up having a very early dinner.


Chopsuey, Php172.00

The Max’s version of the Comida classic—fresh vegetables sautéed with pork, chicken liver and gizzard topped with shrimps and spring onions

The vegetables were crisp and fresh, the sauce was thick, and it was seasoned perfectly.


Max’s Fried Chicken, Family (Half), Php223.00

The original and classic fried chicken that made Max’s a Filipino institution. Golden fried to perfection, with a unique blend of secret recipes, talagang sarap to the bones!

This looked good and tasted good, but it wasn’t really hot when it was served, or was it because I took so long to take pictures of the food? LOL!


Pinaputok na Tiyan ng Bangus, Php239.00

Deboned milkfish belly stuffed with chopped tomatoes, onions and garlic. Grilled inside a banana leaf and topped with fresh tomato salsa

If you’re a milkfish lover like me, you will surely enjoy this with your rice! The stuffing inside plus the fresh tomato salsa on top really enhanced the flavor of the milkfish. I actually wanted it all for myself. LOL!


Iced tea pitcher, Php145.00

We had a slight problem with the pitcher of iced tea they served because it tasted odd and it looked pale, but our server was quick to replace it, so all was well.

Max’s Restaurant
4th Level, Robinsons Galleria
Quezon City
Telephone No.: (02) 632-0970, (02) 632-9112
Delivery: 7-9000


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31 Responses

  1. Max’s is also a family favorite–especially my mom. She loves Max’s pancit canton, and aside from fried chicken, i love their sizzling tofu and camaron rebosado. i haven’t tried the pinaputok na tyan ng bangus yet.:p

  2. I like eating at Max’s, but after a super bad service given to us when they had the Chicken-All-You-Can promo, we stopped visiting the branch near our place.. 🙁 We like their chicken though.

  3. Last time I visited max restaurant was my korean friends christening in philippines i kinda remember that i ate like 4-5 lumpiang sariwa! very yumm! your fried chicken looks very tempting dear! xx

  4. Max’s so much reminds me of childhood.. Glad that Max’s still there despite many other restaurants that also offer good alternatives.

  5. ooh, we love eating at Max’s! yes, the chicken should always be there…you’re making me really hungry, lol.

    thank you so much for sharing over at Food Friday, Ms. Tetcha

  6. oh max’s, i love it. gusto ko chicken plus iyong lumpiang ubod tapos fave ko iyong caramel bar nila, hehehe! visiting late from FTF, hope to still see you around. thanks and have a great week. 🙂

  7. I somewhat grew up on Max’s Fried Chicken, but now I favor Savory’s; that is because I tend to favor Chinese more so than Filipino, especially when dining out. But Max’s is still very good, of course 🙂

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