How do you celebrate Philippine Independence Day? For a lot of us, because it’s a holiday, it means going on a quick trip to a local destination. Some may also indulge in their favorite Filipino food. And of course there’s the declaration of Pinoy Pride all over social media.
Max’s Restaurant signature dishes that are part of Max’s All-You-Can
We may not be able to travel like we normally do on Independence Day weekend, but we can still indulge in Filipino comfort food. And to a lot of Pinoys, whether they’re in the country or abroad, Max’s Fried Chicken and other Max’s Restaurant signature dishes like Spicy Tofu, Chicken Sisig, and Chicken Lumpiang Shanghai come to mind when we think of Pinoy comfort food.
So if you’re among such Pinoys, you’ll be happy to know that Max’s Restaurant, the iconic restaurant chain famous for its “Sarap-To-The-Bones” Fried Chicken, is celebrating Pinoy Pride this upcoming Philippine Independence Day weekend with Pambansang Blowout: Pinoy Fried Para sa Pinoy Pride: Get a Php123 discount on its famous fried chicken from June 11-13, 2021 for every purchase of one whole Regular or Family Fried Chicken. It’s also bringing back All-You-Can Weekend, a long-time tradition of feasting on unlimited Max’s favorites: Max’s Fried Chicken, Spicy Tofu, Chicken Sisig, and Chicken Lumpiang Shanghai, with unli rice of course, for only Php499 per head.
Dine-in customers can even “Max Up” their orders for a complete feast—just add Php99 for unlimited Halo-Halo Solo or add Php49 for up to two servings of drinks.
Max’s All-You-Can is available for dine-in only, while the Php123 discount on whole chicken can be applied to dine-in, delivery, and take-out transactions. Both promos are available in all stores nationwide.
Max’s Fried Chicken
Ever since I heard of this promo, I started craving Max’s Fried Chicken, and even indulged in the Spicy Tofu, Chicken Lumpiang Shanghai, and Chicken Sisig. Thank goodness there are two Max’s Restaurant branches here in Iloilo! My husband and I ordered a full serving of the featured dishes for take out, ahead of All-You-Can Weekend. All the dishes made me miss home and brought back so many memories of eating Max’s with my family and officemates—there’s always a Max’s Restaurant wherever I worked back in Manila, and somehow, we always had lunches there.
Chicken Lumpiang Shanghai
Started in 1945, Max’s Restaurant has carried the flag with pride as a proudly Pinoy brand serving classic Filipino dishes for over 75 years, locally and internationally. Its signature fried chicken can be considered a key component of family memories across multiple generations. As Filipino love of country takes center stage this June, comfort food from this ultimate Pinoy favorite is sure to be top of mind for loyal fans.