Max's Serves Sumptuous Filipino Favorites with Latest 4Sharing Meals

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Some say that life is a feast. This rings true at Max’s where there is always a good reason to celebrate - from casual meet-ups with friends, to surprising a loved one on her birthday, or treating mom and dad for dinner because you want them to know that you care. With Max’s latest wave of 4Sharing Meals, there is just so much more to share and celebrate. 

Max’s 4Sharing Meals this season is a sumptuous serving of Mongo Guisado, a favorite Filipino dish of stewed mung beans that is best served piping  hot and Max’s ‘sarap to the bones’ Fried Chicken with its perfectly crispy skin and tender meat. This hefty meal is made even more inviting with Max’s Tinapa Rice and 4 refreshing glasses of iced tea.

“Max’s is known for serving classic heirloom recipes that delight the heart. With Max’s new selection of 4Sharing Meals, we want Filipinos to enjoy the simple joys of every day because there is nothing like sharing your favorite meals with your favorite people,” said Rey Marc San Juan, Senior Ad and Promo and International Marketing Manager.

Max’s 4Sharing Meals is a delectable and very affordable meal bundle of classic Filipino dishes, perfect for sharing especially among young and seasoned food enthusiasts dining in small groups. “With Max’s 4Sharing Meals, we create more heartwarming memories for our customers as they share not only great food, but great company as well,” said San Juan.

Dig into Max’s latest meals 4Sharing for only Php 799. Catch it anywhere in the Philippines from March 1- April 27, 2013. 

Have your favorite meals conveniently delivered right at your doorstep by dialing Max’s delivery hotline 7-9000 or placing your orders online. For more great meals and deals from the Filipinos most loved brand, check out Max’s official website 

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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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