Cuisine of the Philippines

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Cuisine of the Philippines
Cuisine of the Philippines
The House That Fried Chicken Built
Max’s Fried Chicken
70 year old recipe of tender young chicken marinated in
Max’s signature seasonings and golden fried to perfection.
Whole 17.99
Half
10.99
choice of French Fries or Sweet Potato Fries
Max's Fried Chicken is best enjoyed with Banana Ketchup
mixed with Worcestershire and hot sauce.
Max’s Fried Chicken
Rice and Noodles
Crabmeat Fried Rice
Generously served with eggs, carrots,
green peas and crabmeat. 18.99
Garlic Rice
Jasmine rice deliciously stir fried in
golden garlic bits.
Cup
Small
Large
2.39
3.99
4.99
Sautéed with vegetables, pork, chicken and
shrimp. A popular dish. 10.99
Pancit
Bihon (Rice Noodle)
Sautéed with vegetables, pork, chicken
and shrimp. A traditional favorite. 10.99
Freshly steamed Jasmine rice.
1.99
2.99
3.99
Filipino style spaghetti in a sweet tomato
sauce, with ground beef and slices of
hotdog, topped with shredded cheese.
Brings back memories of home. 10.99
• Please inform your server of any food allergies. • Vegetarian options available, please ask your server
• Actual serving plate may vary. • For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically added.
Crabmeat Fried Rice
Miki Bihon
(Egg and Rice Noodles)
A blend of egg and rice noodles sautéed
with vegetables, pork, chicken and shrimp.
A unique dish. 10.99
Pancit Palabok
(Thick Rice Noodles)
Spaghetti
Steamed Rice
Cup
Small
Large
Pancit Canton (Egg Noodle)
Thick rice noodles in a delicious shrimp,
squid and ground pork sauce, garnished
with garlic bits, ground pork cracklings,
green onions and sliced boiled egg.
An all time favorite. 10.99
Contains Nuts
Pancit Canton
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
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Pancit Palabok
Soups
Nilagang Baka (Beef Soup)
Sinigang (Tamarind Soup)
Tender beef shanks and ribs in a flavorful
soup, with greens, potatoes and peppercorn.
A best seller.
A tangy tamarind soup, with your choice of shrimp,
pork or milkfish, with assorted vegetables. A must try!
Regular 12.99
Large
24.99
Hipon (Shrimp) 13.99
Baboy (Pork)
Soup of the Day
Regular 12.99
Large
19.99
From our chef’s kitchen
made fresh daily. 2.49
Bangus
19.99
Contains Nuts
Nilagang Baka
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
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Sinigang na Hipon
Vegetables and Seafood
Spicy Laing Tilapia
Chopsuey (Sautéed Vegetables)
Asparagus and Tofu
Fresh, healthy, and deliciously sautéed with
wood-ear mushrooms. Served in an oriental
ginger sauce with a dash of sesame oil.
A good vegetarian option. 10.99
Crispy golden brown Tilapia fillet with spicy taro
leaves cooked in a rich coconut cream sauce.
A favorite choice. 19.99
Pinakbet (Vegetable Stew)
Daing na Bangus
Laing
White fish indigenous to the Philippines, made
flavorful in a vinegar garlic marinade, deep fried,
and served with our house relish and Vinegar
Garlic Dip on the side. Simple but tasty. 18.99
Spicy taro leaves simmered in coconut milk
with shrimp and pork. 7.99
Chinese inspired assorted vegetables with
shrimp, pork and chicken sautéed in our
savory sauce. A popular dish. 10.99
A mélange of fresh vegetables sautéed with pork,
shrimp and shrimp paste. A popular dish originally
from the Northern Ilocos region, prepared the
Max’s way. 10.99
• Please inform your server of any food allergies. • Vegetarian options available, please ask your server
• Actual serving plate may vary. • For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically be added.
Pinakbet
Daing na Bangus
(Taro Leaves in Coconut Milk)
- Spicy
Contains Nuts
Laing
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
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Beef, Pork and Chicken
Lechon Kawali
Classic Chicken Adobo
Crispy Pata
Pork belly deep fried until crisp and
golden brown, yet soft and tender inside.
Served with Liver Sauce on the side. 15.99
Popular Philippine chicken stew richly marinated in
soy sauce and vinegar. Enhanced with the flavors of
garlic, bay leaf and whole peppercorns. Garnished with
green onions and egg. A well loved dish. 12.99
Premium pork hock simmered in a special marinade
and deep fried to perfection. Served with Soy Vinegar
Dipping Sauce. A treat!
(Pork Belly)
Bicol Express
Deep fried pork belly in coconut milk and
shrimp paste with fiery spices. A popular
Filipino dish. Originally from the Bicol
region, prepared the Max’s way. 18.99
Filipino Bistek
(Beef Steak)
Thinly sliced beef sirloin sautéed in onions,
lemon juice, soy sauce and gravy.
Topped with fresh onion rings. 16.99
(Chicken Stew)
(Crispy Pork Hock)
Regular 13.99
Pinatuyong Pork Adobo
Kare-Kare
Marinated pork chunks braised in vinegar and soy
sauce reduction. Made flavorful wih garlic, bay leaf
and whole peppercorn. Garnished with green onions
and served with diced tomatoes and onions. 11.99
Beef shank and oxtail with vegetables simmered in
thick peanut sauce, served with Shrimp Paste on
the side. A native delicacy. 19.99
(Marinated Braised Pork Adobo)
(Beef Peanut Stew)
Beef Caldereta
Hearty beef stew in a thick tomato-based sauce made
more flavorful with minced chicken liver and peanut
butter. Garnished with potatoes, carrots, red, green
bell pepper and green peas. 14.99
- Spicy
Beef Caldereta
Large 18.99
Contains Nuts
Pinatuyong Pork Adobo
Kare-Kare
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
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Contains Nuts
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
Beef Sisig
Set Menu
Make it easy for your group and order our set menu – good for party of 10!
Max’s Fried Chicken
Soup of the Day
Pancit Bihon
Filipino Bistek
Lumpiang Shanghai
Steamed Rice
Pop
Caramel Bar
FULL SET 169.99
HALF SET 89.99
Max’s Fried Chicken
Soup of the Day
Pancit Canton
Pinatuyong Pork Adobo
Chopsuey
Steamed Rice
Pop
Caramel Bar
Max’s Fried Chicken
Soup of the Day
Miki Bihon
Lechon Kawali
Kare-Kare
Steamed Rice
Pop
Caramel Bar
179.99
94.99
195.99
102.99
• Upgrade Caramel Bar to mini Buko Pandan for $20 per ten persons. • Please inform your server of any food allergies.
• Vegetarian options available, please ask your server • Actual serving plate may vary. • No substitutions
• For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically be added.
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Max’s Set C
For kids 10 and under, dine in only.
Desserts and Beverages
Halo-Halo
A blend of refreshing tropical fruit preserves, beans,
and milk in shaved ice. Topped with a delicious scoop
of Ube (purple yam) ice cream, flan and rice flakes.
A classic Filipino dessert. 6.99
Ube Creme Decadence
A light, smooth, creamy eggless custard with ube
halaya (purple yam) filling served chilled, topped
with ube cake crumbs. 4.99
Buko Pandan
Caramel Bars
Ice Cream
Choice of Ube (purple yam), Macapuno (coconut),
Buko Juice (Coconut) 5.99
Mango Juice 3.50
Calamansi Juice 3.50
Young coconut mixed with pandan leaf (screwpine)
gelatin and tapioca in a rich fluffy cream sauce, with
Macapuno (coconut) ice cream and rice flakes. 4.99
Mango or Vanilla
2.99
Leche Flan
Delicious and mouth watering custard made from
egg yolk and milk, topped with caramel syrup. 3.99
Soft, chewy Caramel Bar™ made with premium milk
and butter, generously topped with ground peanuts.
(1 box contains 6 pieces) 7.99
(Philippine Lime)
Pop
2.99
Sago’t Gulaman
(Tapioca and Gelatin)
Flavored with brown sugar syrup and a hint
of banana extract. Served over shaved ice.
A well loved refresher. 3.29
Coffee 2.29
Hot Tea Mighty Leaf ® 2.29
Bottled Water 1.99
Beer
Domestic
5.49
Imported
7.99
Wine
Glass
Bottle
6.99
29.99
Pepsi / Diet Pepsi / 7 Up / Brisk Iced Tea / MugRootbeer/ Ginger Ale
• inform your server of any food allergies.• Actual serving plate may vary.
Please
Halo-Halo
Buko Pandan
Contains Nuts
Sago’t Gulaman
Seafood
Contains Egg
Dairy
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The Max’s Story
In 1945, after World War II, Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford-educated teacher,
befriended American occupation troops stationed in Quezon City, Philippines.
A few would come to his house for a drink or two. Eventually they insisted that
they pay for their meals. It was then that Maximo decided to open a café that
served chicken, steak and drinks.
To help him with the café, his wife Mercedes, and his sister-in-law Felipa, joined
him together with her niece Ruby, who managed the kitchen with her husband
Claro. It was Ruby who concocted a special recipe for chicken. The American troops
kept coming back for more of the delicious tender, crispy chicken. Soon enough,
it became a legend with the Filipino public too!
Encouraged by her mother to expand the menu and serve more Filipino food,
Ruby put up the Baclaran branch along Roxas Boulevard in Parañaque. It was
decided that the restaurant would be named “Max’s” which was Maximo’s nickname.
Over the years, Max’s Restaurant’s popularity grew and became known as
“The House That Fried Chicken Built.”
To date, Max’s operates over a hundred restaurants all over the Philippines. Aiming to
be a competitive international brand, Max’s expanded its operations overseas and
now has branches in North America and the Middle East. Hoping to serve and bring
this well-loved Filipino fried chicken recipe to the world’s discriminating palate, we
will continue to broaden our reach as we open new stores in new territories in the
years to come.
We thank you for your patronage and continued loyalty to us all through the years.
We are delighted to serve you our famous fried chicken and other Filipino favorites!
Max’s Gift Cards
Great gift idea for any occasion!
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