Max's Restaurant

G/F Bonifacio Stopover, 31st St. cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Max's Restaurant
4.0 Stars

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  • 4 Reviews
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Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱156.20 - ₱588

Most Recent Reviews

Kevin R.
4.0 Stars

Here are samples from both that I had during my last visit:

Creamy Puff Cheese Roll with Hot Chocolate (PHP129)

One of Max's latest offerings, this combo struck a chord with me because I love hot chocolate and pastries. I was not disappointed. The hot chocolate, with cacao from Davao in the southern area of the Philippines, is thick and creamy. It also has a brief, bitter bite and a sweet end.

Contrast this with the cheese puff, with its crisp, flaky, and sugary exterior and its soft, sour interior. An excellent combination.


Basic Platter (PHP190)

Of course I would still feel hungry, so I cannot cap off a trip to Max's without having one of their chicken meals. The cheapest is the Basic Platter, with a quarter of a fried chicken, plain rice or bread rolls, a choice of Pepsi or iced tea, and a caramel bar.

The chicken is steaming hot and juicy, with the skin a thin, crispy sheet. This is best enjoyed with a hefty dollop of banana ketchup for some sweetness. I also request for a change to garlic rice because garlic rice makes everything better.

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Kevin R.
5.0 Stars

The House That Fried Chicken Built has built a good meal for me.

I don’t often go to Max’s, but when I do I always enjoy their Basic Meal (P190). It consists of a quarter of their famous fried chicken with steamed rice or rolls, a glass of either soda or iced tea, and a caramel bar from their bakery.

The chicken is soft and buttery, with a thin crispy skin that gives a gentle crackle and pop with each bite. I enjoy putting a lot of ketchup with my chicken as it adds a delightful sour tang.

The iced tea is refreshing and the caramel bar is chewy but not crumbly. Both are sweet but not overly so. Guests can request for unlimited iced tea for an additional price. The same is true for upgrading the rice to garlic rice.

For dessert I got the chance to try their Mango Créme (P75). It is like a cheese cake on a graham cracker bottom with mango bits and grains of buttery, sugary streusel. Each bite is sour from the mango, before leading to the cooling cream, and then ending with the sweetness of graham cracker and streusel. I recommend this dessert when wanting something new from their selection.

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Jonathan R.
4.0 Stars

Another all you can eat fried chicken from Max's. Only for today, July 6, 2017.

🔺 Fried Chicken (Unlimited) @ P249
🔺 Halo-Halo @ P125
🔺 Caramel Bar Ice Cream @ P49
🔺 Rice @ P44

Sarap to the bones!

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Jonathan R.
4.0 Stars

All You Can Eat.... @ 249Php

Max's extended their all you can eat fried chicken to my delight and it's the last day today, May 26, 2017. I have to take advantage of it!

Sarap to the bones... Super like!

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