Sunday, January 5, 2020

Max Up Your Meal with the Max's Fried Chicken Holiday Classic Deluxe Bundle

Mention fried chicken, and you can bet Max's Fried Chicken will be one of those top-of-mind brands that automatically pops up. It's an enduring legacy that's been part of countless celebrations for generations...

When you're looking for a proper Max's Fried Chicken feast for four, the Holiday Classic Deluxe Bundle is the perfect set menu. Comforting local flavors and excellent value, it's just one of many value-packed options at Max's Restaurant offered during the recent holidays (for more on Max's Restaurant, see my earlier posts, Four for a Feast with the Max's Fried Chicken and Soup Bundle on their value-added bundles, #MaxsGetTogether: This National Fried Chicken Weekend, Get Together and Unlock Exciting Offers from Max's Restaurant on their special and much-awaited National Fried Chicken Weekend promotion, Afternoons at Max's..., Every Day to the Max with Max's New Adobo Ribs and Beef Salpicao on their innovative offerings and After 71 Years and Counting, Still Sarap to the Bones at Max's Restaurant on the brand's enduring culinary legacy).

The Holiday Classic Deluxe Bundle (P 1,499) at Max's Restaurant has everything covered to satisfy your hungry group of four, including four refreshing glasses of ice-cold Coca-Cola (L) to wash it all down. And with a bottle of Max's Restaurant's proprietary Banana Ketchup (R) on your table, you're all set and ready to go.

The Holiday Classic Deluxe Bundle includes all-time favorites like the vegetable dish, Chopsuey, as part of the bundle along with steamed white rice for four. Other tasty options include the Sizzling Tofu, Spicy Sizzling Tofu and Regular Pancit.

The Holiday Classic Deluxe Bundle also includes a comforting bowl of soup, and we go for the Sinigang na Hipon. Other options include Nilagang Bulalo, Seafood Kare-Kare and Pork Ribs Sinigang.

But it's the classic Max's Fried Chicken that's the real star of the feast.

Masterfully fried to crisp perfection with that familiar tender and juicy texture, it's no wonder Max's Restaurant is known as the "house that fried chicken built."   

For more than seventy years, the iconic dish at Max's Restaurant has been part of the culinary mainstream for generations. One bite takes you back on a nostalgic trip down memory lane, and it still is "sarap to the bones" all the way to the last bite. A dab of the classic Banana Ketchup just completes the flavors with its savory sweetness.

Your sumptuous feast at Max's Restaurant ends on a high note with the sweet Buko Pandan for that perfect finish. Be sure to check out Max's Restaurant's special group menu sets on your next visit...and keep a bottle of their proprietary Banana Ketchup close. 

Max's Restaurant is located at Level 2, Robinsons Magnolia, Aurora Boulevard corner Dona Hemady Street, Quezon City or call 8961-5387 for more information.

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