Max's Restaurant

Max's Restaurant, Paranaque Dr A Santos Avenue, - Paranaque

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Last update on 27/02/2020
3,5
16 Reviews
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Last update on 24/02/2021
4,4
804 Reviews
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Last update on 24/02/2021
4,0
131 Reviews
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Last update on 24/02/2021
3,9
65 Reviews

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Last update on 24/02/2021
4,6
52 Reviews

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Tinapie
+4
Aside from their famous fried chicken, I also like the Kare-Kare at Max's. I only wish there's more meat in it. It was around lunchtime when we went there and the place was packed. There was a bit of waiting time for our food. I was hungry by then - good thing they also sell pastries at their Corner Bakery. I bought some cake roll slices to eat while I wait for our food to be served. Their Corner Bakery is so underrated as they also have great tasting pastries such as cakes and the like.
Sep 06, 2019
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NIKKI EATS
+4
Came here with my mom & grandma. They got the same set menu & I got the lechon sisig bowl. I was afraid the bowl was gonna be small and I'd have to order more food, but it was actually a really generous serving. I loved the flavor and crunchiness of the sisig. Ate my mom's tofu too bc she's not allowed and I was surprised with how it actually tastes like something???? Tofu usually tastes like nothing, but theirs had some sort of sauce they tossed into it while cooking. Very good, creamy too. We were all very full after this. And of course, I had a caramel bar too, which to no surprise has always been a childhood favorite of mine. Service was very lively (esp for this time, at dinner) and the guard was also considerate bc my mom and grandma were waiting for seats first by the bench mear the entrance and I just sat on the armrest. The guard came and offered me a chair. Good service definitely made this dinner a good one
Jun 24, 2019
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Marcel Lombos
+5
Max's Chicken is always the best for me.  Regardless of the branch that I visited, there is no other fried chicken.  As the saying goes, "sarap to the bones".
Jan 14, 2019
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Philip Roa
+5
If ever you’re looking for good Pinoy food and chicken Max is the way to go, yo! Everything tastes great here. The space is huge enough to accomodate 150 peeps or more.

Sarap to the bones dito forever!
Nov 21, 2018
Zomato
Yumme Macapayag
+5
Nothing beats the yummy chicken of maxs . A nostalgic food that when I eat it , it takes me back to the memories of my childhood . It's good that they a combo and bowl meals now ..let's eat yummy
Oct 15, 2018
Zomato
C A T H E R I N E
+4
Food: 8/10 the Tofu sisig is a little bit unseasoned :(
Place: 7/10 aircon near the washroom is leaking
Service: 10/10 very accomodating
Price: 10/10 affordable as usual

This branch is really big and parking is really big.
Jul 16, 2018
Zomato
Gladys Almario
+4.5
Max's Restaurant in Sucat Road is for me, the best outlet among all Max's branches in Metro Manila. It has a very spacious dining area and recommendable party venue. We celebrated our Victory Ushers Christmas Party here last year. It was a pleasant experience from great venue, value for the money, sumptuos hassle-free food package, accomodating staffs & well light and ventilated rooms. They have parking areas but it was'nt enough during peak season but you can park in neighboring establishments.
Mar 05, 2018
Zomato
Yenggg Constantino
+5
Always and forever, this branch has been the best restaurant for me and my family. Napaka-friendly nang staffs and yung quality nang food is hindi talaga nagbabago. Keep up the good work!
Feb 28, 2018
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Angeldls2013
+4
When you think of Max’s the first thing that always comes to mind is their spring chicken. Not Tinapa rice with Kare-kare. Yep, you read that right. And no, please don’t blame me for this seemingly weird pairing, my niece CJ takes that honor. And my other niece Risa, my date for the evening, was the reason I shifted gears. My mind was set on trying the bulalo., which was perfect for the cool evening. Not just any bulalo either. There are four variants: the traditional nilaga, sinigang, sizzling nilaga or sizzling sinigang versions.

So I was checking out which bulalo to order when Risa seemingly casually said, “or we can try the Tinapa rice and Kare-kare.” Back story is that I was raving about this when we celebrated my brother-in-law’s birthday last December, at Max’s in Sucat and were eating their trademark chicken. Apparently she didn’t forget this remark and it came back to derail the bulalo mind set. My mouth was watering at the memory of the first time I tried the unusual pairing. So mind turned, we settled on the Tinapa rice and Kare-kare.

It may seem odd and your mind may initially balk, but the combination works beautifully together at least to my palate. The saltiness of the Tinapa combined with the sweetness of the Kare-Kare sauce, practically renders the bagoong redundant. It’s so good I’ve considered it the ultimate temptation for those avoiding carbs. Don’t dare try it as it’s good to the last grain of rice so long as you can smother it in the peanut based Kare- kare sauce. No wait, that isn’t quite true as I could have eaten the rice on its own merit!

We capped our dinner with the newly introduced creamy puff cheese roll. Last time they ran out so we made sure we reserved ours before we even ordered our dinner. The creamy cheese puff roll was so much better and classier than their ordinary cheese roll. They should just junk the traditional roll and stick to the creamy puff version as it will set them apart.

This was paired with their Malagos hot chocolate, another of Max’s new “sinfully good” temptations. I’ve tried the Malagos chocolate, hot, iced and with mani. I need to do another round or two or even more 😋, of all three, to decide which version I like best. They were all equally good with its creamy, smooth texture and just the right sweetness and chocolate flavor. If you’re a hot choco fan, this will be your nirvana.

Next time I’ll try the sizzling bulalo. 😜


Jan 21, 2018
Zomato
PigOutSundays
+4
Had dinner here  after going to a wake in Funeraria Paz in Manila Memorial Park Paranaque. more than a month ago.

There is a superstitious belief handed down by our grandparents called "pagpag "in the local vernacular.  Its English translation escapes me at the moment. Anyway, right after leaving the wake , it is imperative that you do not go home straight away. You need to go to a place ie a restaurant or a gas station , etc , get out of your car and stay a few minutes  like a stopover if you will.

The idea was that  when you go to the wake somehow whatever bad vibes or jinx or curse , attaches itself to your person or your aura.  To remove it, you have to go to a neutral place and leave whatever that is at that place . You would not want any of that nega vibes following you at home right? hahaha

Oh well its just a "pamahiin" even an "old wives tale" . Neverthless, it would not hurt  to heed the warning,. Its just a simple thing plus handsome hubby and I had more time to bond/date  in the process hehehe.

We ordered  some pakbet with our usual order  of chicken. We love Max's pinakbet.  The vegetables are crunchy and the bagoong provided the flavor. Yum!
Jul 19, 2017

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