MANILA, Philippines, 19 October 2019 – “The House That Fried Chicken Built” and the beloved culinary heritage brand responsible for Sarap-To-The-Bones goodness turns 74 this October.
In celebration of its birthday, Max’s Restaurant offers a special treat: all dine-in transactions with a regular or family-sized whole fried chicken can avail of a special pick from the Mystery Box containing Sorpresang Sarap coupons for only Php 74.
Available from October 11 to 24, these bonus Sorpresang Sarap coupons give guests the chance to win one random item from an exciting, delectable list of freebies: a feast for 10 persons complete with Max’s signature dishes, a Regular Crispy Pata, Kare-Kare, a Regular Whole Fried Chicken, Sweet & Sour Fish Fillet, Chicken Sisig, a Small Pancit Canton, Fresh Lumpiang Ubod, or a 1.75L bottle of Pepsi.
Redemption of Sorpresang Sarap coupons is valid for dine-in only from October 11 to December 24, 2019 at any Max’s Restaurant branch nationwide.
Max’s Kabisera, the Bonifacio Global City neighborhood destination for classic and modern Filipino dishes, also celebrates its first anniversary this month, launching NEW appetizing dishes now available for dine-in, take-out, and catering transactions. Savor the flavor of Max’s Kabisera’s version of the classic Chicken Inasal for only Php 299.
For grilled chicken lovers out there, the Grilled Boneless Chicken Thigh Fillet combo meal and Griled Boneless Chicken Thigh Fillet 2-piece platter at only Php 424 will surely satisfy cravings and get more bang for your buck. All plates include Peanut Sauce, Toyomansi, Pinakurat with Honey and Cucumber, and Achara on the side.
“As a sign of our unwavering appreciation and gratitude to the millions of Filipinos who’ve supported Max’s Restaurant in the last 74 years, we have these special promos and new menu items that will surely delight our customers’ dining experience,” said Mark De Joya, Marketing Director for Max’s Restaurant. “We’re committed to uphold the excellence in our quality and service as the flagbearer of Filipino cuisine and culture.”