Max's Restaurant celebrates 72nd anniversary

by Business World | 24 Oct 2017

FOR OVER seven decades, Max’s Restaurant has become synonymous with genuine home-style Filipino food, and has become a favorite venue for countless Filipino celebrations.

Known as “The House That Fried Chicken Built,” the brand’s sarap-to-thebones fried chicken has been enjoyed by millions since it was first introduced in the Philippines in 1945.

As Max’s celebrates its 72nd birthday this month, the brand invited its customers to experience for themselves the many things they prepared to show that there is still more to love with the brand.

Various treats were offered on Max’s Restaurant’s birthday week from Oct. 16 to 22 in all its branches nationwide: Guests who dined in and purchased a whole fried chicken got their second whole chicken for P72 only. Meanwhile, those who opted to have their favorite Max’s products delivered at home or at the office enjoyed either a 3-piece ensaimada or cake roll for just P72. Those who were also looking to book functions and events got a free cake from Max’s Corner Bakery if they made their reservation during the promo period.

“We are thankful to the Filipino people for the many years of great food and delightful experiences they have shared with us. This is our way of sharing in the joy of their personal milestones, and we hope to have several decades more with them to show how there will always be more to love with their favorite Max’s Restaurant,” said Ariel Fermin, chief operating officer of Max’s Restaurant.

 

*This article is copied from the article published by BusinessWorld in the newspaper on October 24, 2017.



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Date: October 25, 2017