Thursday, January 27, 2011

Max's Forbes Town Center, The Fort

It's been over 65 years since "the house that fried chicken built" was established. From its roots of remarkable passion for cooking, Max's Restaurant continues to delight us not just with great tasting food but also with striking store locations that houses dishes which embodies how tasty the Filipino cuisine is. They're known as one of the country's fast-casual dining restaurants that delivered us the famous "sarap to the bones" Filipino-style fried chicken that we can be truly proud of.

From their first branch at Sct. Tuazon in Quezon City (which I mentioned in my previous post for Max's) comes another flagship store that will surely capture both your discerning eyes and tastebuds - the Max's Forbestown - which formally opens today. Located at the heart of Taguig's bustling commercial district, the Bonifacio Global City, it offers a new and refreshing vibe to residents, urban yuppies and executives of the classy and very exclusive Forbestown community.
What makes this launch more exciting is that just for this special day, they're bringing back the Chicken-All-You-Can Promo from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm for dine-in customers; such a perfect way to gather people, celebrate the love for good food and strengthen its commitment in upholding their name as a proud Filipino tradition.

Before it formally opened today, Max's did a branch launch last night and there, together with my dear, foodie friend Yedy of Yedylicious Foodblog, ate to our heart's content all the chicken breast and thigh parts that we could. We even tried to challenge each other on how many fried chickens can we consume. I confidently assumed that I can eat five pieces but I ended up only having four, just the same as what I have eaten at the first chicken-all-you-can event that I went to. Yedy was able to finish three. After that heavy meal, the two of us cannot help but smile and be amazed on how this well-loved white meat stayed consistently delicious through time. I even tagged it as the country's national fried chicken. Max's Forbestown, still offers all our favorite Filipino dishes that we grew up and fell in love with. It also assures to bring to the table heartwarming flavors that are sure to resonate in the mouth of customers. Some new flavors are also added in the menu, dishes that can perfectly complement the chicken namely, Pancit Canton, Kare-Kare and Lumpia.

Aside from these new offerings, they have also upgraded the interiors and look of the whole restaurant. I really love its clean-cut architecture inspired by the design of Budji Layug and Royal Pineda. The contrasting red and gray brick walls as well as the wide glass panels and wooden trellises gave the restaurant a more modern, casual and comfortable, al fresco ambiance. The warm welcome and smiles of the service crews wearing their stylish uniforms designed by the internationally-acclaimed designer Rajo Laurel added a great twist and homey feel to the restaurant's atmosphere. Aside from making the restaurant a comfortable place where families can eat and have fun, the ever friendly air inside the resto makes it really a perfect place for events like meetings, wedding receptions and kiddie parties.

I believe that Max's have continued to transcend and remind every Filipino of how good our food is and that we should always be proud of our culture and of who we are and what we can do. Thanks Max's for giving us such great food and inspiration. And to experience goodness that have transcended through time, dine now at Max's Forbestown and experience their chicken-all-you-can promo today! Go now, you'll never know what's you will be missing...

Max's Restaurant Forbestown

26th Street cor. Forbestown Rd.
Forbes Town Center
Bonifacio Global City

Main office:
Max's Restaurant Marketing

Makati, Philippines, 1231
Phone:dial 7-9000 for Max's Delivery (Metro Manila Philippines only)

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Special thanks to my very good friend Yedy of Yedylicious Foodblog and to Max's Restaurant for the pictures and to for the red cute map... ^_^

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