Max’s Restaurant Holds First Blogging Event in Davao

As one of the top dining establishments in the Philippines, Max’s Restaurant invited Davao Bloggers to its First Blogging Event in Abreeza Ayala Mall. I got the chance to reunite with my fellow bloggers from the bootcamp and enjoy great food with them.

The bright and engaging staff served us bottomless iced tea while Bobby Simborio, Corporate Media and PR Manager for Max’s Group of Companies, shared highlights on what’s hot and new on the premier food franchise. They already opened nine branches in the United States, which goes to show that Filipino-born food franchises can indeed get into the international market. They will also open another branch in SM Lanang this coming November 9, 2012. So watch out for that.

  Bobby Simborio, Corporate Media and PR Manager for Max's

As for their menu, they recently offered their Choose Your Own Merienda option for only 95 pesos. This is great news for students and young professionals who are looking for an affordable treat while hanging out in one of the coolest casual dining restaurants.

Max's 4Sharing Meals

To top it all off, they recently introduced Max’s 4Sharing Meals which include the classic Max’s Fried Chicken, a generous serving of either Adobong Baka sa Gata or Beef Caldereta, four glasses of iced tea, and four servings of rice. It’s an affordable treat that is good for three to four people. It’s the perfect bundle meal for families or groups of friends.

I’m proud to note that Max’s Restaurant is truly Filipino and they showcase the best of Pinoy-style meals. More power to Max’s!

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For deliveries in Davao, call (082) 285 0558. Minimum delivery purchase is 200 pesos.

P.S. I recently created a Food blog which is entitled A Plateful of Happiness. You can read more about my foodie experience on Max’s here.
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  1. Max's fried chicken is one version I like, among all the fried chickens I've ever tasted in restaurants. It's a must-try for foreigners! :)