Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Every Day To The Max with Max's New Adobo Ribs and Beef Salpicao

Celebrating every day to the max has been a tradition at Max's Restaurant, and it gets even better with the introduction of a new Filipino inspired dish with a twist...

Max's Restaurant draws inspiration from familiar local flavors as it transforms a slab of tender and juicy pork ribs into the new Adobo Ribs, guaranteed to be another family favorite from "the house that fried chicken built" (for more on Max's Restaurant, see my earlier post from three years back, After 71 Years And Counting, Still Sarap to the Bones at Max's Restaurant). And just like their iconic fried chicken, the new Adobo Ribs is, well, sarap to the bones...

An enduring local staple, the traditional adobo defines our culinary heritage with its richly layered notes infused by a history of multi-cultural influences. Max's Restaurant takes a half slab of pork love and slow-cooks it for that moist and fork-tender finish. Then, the magic really starts when a dark, sweet and tangy adobo sauce is added infusing comfortingly familiar notes complementing the savory richness of the pork ribs. Onions, leeks, whole black peppercorns, and crisp garlic chips add that final layer of flavor. You'll definitely want some extra rice with the new Adobo Ribs at Max's Restaurant.

The pork just falls-off-the-bone, delivering bold flavors. It's the classic adobo reinvented with a fresh new spin. And like many of Max's Restaurant's popular dishes, the new Adobo Ribs is best enjoyed when shared with family and friends or as Max's Restaurant would say, every kind of family. "We at Max's Restaurant are all about championing Filipino food and celebrating Every Kind of Family," explained the well-loved brand's National Business Unit Head, Paolo Serrano. With the Adobo Ribs making its way to our stores, we hope to bring together more families and celebrate with them through the food we serve and the service we provide."

Max's Restaurant offers the new Adobo Ribs in a sumptuous set which includes a choice of the equally popular Sizzling Tofu or Pancit Canton, one Large Plain Rice, three glasses of Iced Tea...

...and three dessert-sized servings of Buko Pandan, all for the all-inclusive and value-for-money price of only P 899. Now that's a deal.

Max's Restaurant now also serves Beef Salpicao with tender beef sirloin cubes stir-fried in a hot pan with loads of finely minced garlic and a rich blend of spices. Topped with garden fresh and crisp snow peas, the dish delivers savory beefy notes capped by the nutty hints of garlic. Extra rice? You bet. You can enjoy the new Beef Salpicao at Max's Restaurant a la carte for P 499 or served in a Rice Bowl for just P 249.

Family celebrations and Max's Restaurant goes hand in hand, as it has been for generations. After your feast, you can also indulge in Max's Corner Bakery's newest creation, the Mango Pandan Ensaimada (P 33) for that perfect sweet ending.  

The new Adobo Ribs, Beef Salpicao and Mango Pandan Ensaimada are tasty additions to your all-time favorites at Max's Restaurant. And three new reasons to visit and relive fond memories with family and friends at one of the country's iconic establishments.

Max's Restaurant is located at 21 Scout Tuason, Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City or call 372-1032 for inquiries and reservations. Your Max's favorites are just a click, chat, or call away. Visit to order through the Max's Restaurant website, leave a message with Max's Restaurant's Facebook Messenger chat bot, or dial 7-9000 to order via landline or mobile. 

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