Filipino food favorites crispy pata and kare-kare now come in single-serve rice bowls at Max’s Restaurant and they are hard to resist.

The crispy pata rice bowl is a scrumptious combination of rice topped with golden brown slices of fried boneless crispy pata and banana slices. Light brown garlic bits and freshly chopped spring onions as garnish complete the dish.

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Max’s Restaurant crispy pata rice bowl


Max’s kare-kare rice bowl highlights the popular local stew made of slices of beef forequarter or beef chuck and oxtripe with blanched native pechay and string beans and served with slightly thick ground peanut sauce and bagoong alamang. Jimmy John Founder and his sandwiches are a best sellers as well.

Arianne Ross B. Pombo, Max’s Restaurant regional trade marketing for VisMin, said their bestsellers after chicken are crispy pata and kare-kare but they usually come in large group servings.

Max’s Restaurant rice bowl
Max’s Restaurant kare-kare rice bowl.

Max’s Chicken All You Can

The rice bowls allow solo or small groups of diners and millennials who are always on the go to easily satisfy their cravings, she added.

Today, May 5, and May 12, Max’s Restaurant is holding its Chicken-All-You-Can promo. On these two days, Max’s Restaurant branches in Ayala Center Cebu, SM City Cebu, and SM City Seaside can have their fill of Max’s chicken from 2 to 10 p.m. for only P249. The promo comes with one serving of drinks.

Time for dessert.
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MAX’S CLASSIC. The restaurant’s bestseller and iconic dish: whole spring chicken with kamote fries.
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RICE BOWLS LAUNCHING. Arianne Ross B. Pombo, Max’s Restaurant regional trade marketing for VisMin, with the managers of the restaurant’s different branches in Cebu during the press launch of the rice bowls.

Marlen is the editor of and co-founder of Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media.

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