Tuesday, March 13, 2012

MAX'S RESTAURANT Now ready to serve you for LENT

Lent is near and I believe as a Filipino born and raised as a Catholic, we should go on with our traditions. When I was a kid we never go out unless we have to attend Good Friday mass. But of course we now live in a fast-paced way of life. Things kind of change a bit. But one thing that our family never fail to do when it’s lent is we don’t eat meat during those days.
But  I guess meat-less won’t be a problem for us this Lenten season because our family’s favorite chicken restaurant has their new meat-less fare for Lent.
MAX’S RESTAURANT has new 3 infusing classic Filipino flavors to offer aside from their mouth-watering chicken :

It is a harmony of breaded cream dory, shrimps, and squid rings that are deep-fried until light, golden brown, sprinkled with julienned red bell peppers and chopped spring onions, and splashed with a special sauce that brings together sweet honey and piquant bagoong.
After tasting it, I ‘m looking for that bagoong “eww” smell, since personally do not eat bagoong. But I was surprised that it didn’t have that smell that bagoong is famous for. And for starters, I liked because of the sweet taste that Honey has infused with the food.


Is an inventive and mouth-watering twist to the quintessential adobo. It has fresh Kangkong leaves, shiitake and buttn mushrooms drizzled in a sweet adobo sauce stuffed in deep-fried tofu blocks. I love everything with Soya, so this one won my heart upon first bite. And I liked the idea that it has huge blocks of Tofu. This alone can be a good match with rice. Yum-yum!

This new dish is a perfect dish for the very young diners and self-confessed meat-lovers . Crisp Cauliflowers are dipped in a special batter, deep fried and tossed in a special sauce. Fun and vibrant colors of finely sliced carrots and spring onions also brightened up the plate. The crunchiness will make diners forget that they are actually eating cauliflowers.

MAX’S RESTAURANT indeed prepared these new dishes for Lent but still with the homegrown classic taste of that Filipinos grown up with.

Good thing that they started as early of March 1, 2012 til lenten season. So troop to the nearest Max's restaurant (with almost a hundred plus branches)..

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