Max’s Pambansang Blowout, Pinoy Fried Para sa Pinoy Pride

Max’s Restaurant, the iconic restaurant chain famous for its Sarap-To-The-Bones® Fried Chicken is celebrating Pinoy Pride with a nationwide Pinoy Fried celebration of proudly Filipino offers. To commemorate the upcoming Philippine Independence Day weekend, it will be treating customers with discounts on select whole chicken orders, while also bringing back All-You-Can™ Weekend, a long-time tradition of feasting on unlimited Max’s favorites.

From world-class talents to award-winning locally-made products, the Philippines is undoubtedly a country that has made its mark globally. Max’s Restaurant has likewise carried the flag with pride as a proudly Pinoy brand serving classic Filipino dishes for over 75 years, both locally and internationally. In fact, its signature fried chicken can be considered as a key component of family memories across multiple generations. As Filipino love of country takes center stage this June, it is only apt that the brand highlights this ultimate Pinoy favorite for loyal fans across the nation.

Just in time for the celebration of the country’s 123rd independence, Max’s Pambansang Blowout: Pinoy Fried Para sa Pinoy Pride will be offering a Php 123 discount on its famous fried chicken from June 11-13 for every purchase of one whole Regular or Family Fried Chicken.

Happening on the same Independence Day weekend is Max’s All-You-Can™, where fans can enjoy unlimited servings of select favorites. Customers can indulge once again on free-flowing Sarap-To-The-BonesÒ Fried Chicken, Max’s Spicy Tofu, Chicken Sisig, Chicken Lumpiang Shanghai, and rice for only Php 499 per head.

Dine-in customers can even Max Up their orders for a complete feast. Just add Php 99 for unlimited Halo-Halo Solo or add Php 49 for up to 2 servings of drinks.

Max’s All-You-Can™ is available for dine-in only, while the Php 123 discount can be applied for dine-in, delivery, and take-out transactions. Both promos are available in all stores nationwide.

Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel C. Uy

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