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  • Maxs Fried Chicken

    The House That Fried Chicken Built

    HalfWhole 17.99

    Maxs Fried Chicken


    70 year old recipe of tender young chicken marinated inMaxs signature seasonings and golden fried to perfection.

    Max's Fried Chicken is best enjoyed with Banana Ketchupmixed with Worcestershire and hot sauce.

    choice of French Fries or Sweet Potato Fries

  • Crabmeat Fried Rice Pancit PalabokPancit Canton

    Rice and Noodles

    Pancit Canton (Egg Noodle)Sauted with vegetables, pork, chicken and shrimp. A popular dish.

    Sauted with vegetables, pork, chicken and shrimp. A traditional favorite.

    Thick rice noodles in a delicious shrimp, squid and ground pork sauce, garnished with garlic bits, ground pork cracklings, green onions and sliced boiled egg.An all time favorite.


    A blend of egg and rice noodles sauted with vegetables, pork, chicken and shrimp. A unique dish.

    Filipino style spaghetti in a sweet tomato sauce, with ground beef and slices of hotdog, topped with shredded cheese. Brings back memories of home.

    Generously served with eggs, carrots, green peas and crabmeat.

    Steamed Rice

    Jasmine rice deliciously stir fried in golden garlic bits.

    Freshly steamed Jasmine rice. CupSmallLarge




    (Thick Rice Noodles)





    18.99 (Egg and Rice Noodles)

    Please inform your server of any food allergies. Vegetarian options available, please ask your server Actual serving plate may vary. For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically added. TO040615

    Crabmeat Fried Rice

    Garlic Rice Pancit Bihon (Rice Noodle)Pancit Palabok

    Miki Bihon

    Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

  • SoupsSoupsSoupsSoups

    Sinigang na HiponNilagang Baka

    From our chefs kitchenmade fresh daily.

    A tangy tamarind soup, with your choice of shrimp, pork or milkfish, with assorted vegetables. A must try!

    Baboy (Pork)

    Hipon (Shrimp)






    Sinigang (Tamarind Soup)


    TO040615Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

    Nilagang Baka (Beef Soup)Tender beef shanks and ribs in a flavorful soup, with greens, potatoes and peppercorn. A best seller.RegularLarge


    Soup of the Day

  • Pinakbet LaingDaing na Bangus

    Vegetables and Seafood Vegetables and Seafood Asparagus and Tofu

    A mlange of fresh vegetables sauted with pork,shrimp and shrimp paste. A popular dish originallyfrom the Northern Ilocos region, prepared theMaxs way.

    Fresh, healthy, and deliciously sauted withwood-ear mushrooms. Served in an orientalginger sauce with a dash of sesame oil.A good vegetarian option.



    Pinakbet (Vegetable Stew)

    Chopsuey Chinese inspired assorted vegetables with shrimp, pork and chicken sauted in our savory sauce. A popular dish. 10.99

    Crispy golden brown Tilapia fillet with spicy taro leaves cooked in a rich coconut cream sauce.A favorite choice. 19.99

    Spicy Laing Tilapia(Sauted Vegetables)


    Please inform your server of any food allergies. Vegetarian options available, please ask your server Actual serving plate may vary. For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically be added. - Spicy

    Laing(Taro Leaves in Coconut Milk)Spicy taro leaves simmered in coconut milkwith shrimp and pork. 7.99

    White fish indigenous to the Philippines, madeflavorful in a vinegar garlic marinade, deep fried,and served with our house relish and Vinegar Garlic Dip on the side. Simple but tasty. 18.99

    Daing na Bangus

    Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

  • Beef Caldereta Kare-KarePinatuyong Pork Adobo

    Beef, Pork and ChickenBeef, Pork and ChickenCrispy Pata Premium pork hock simmered in a special marinade and deep fried to perfection. Served with Soy Vinegar Dipping Sauce. A treat!

    Beef shank and oxtail with vegetables simmered in thick peanut sauce, served with Shrimp Paste on the side. A native delicacy.

    Lechon KawaliPork belly deep fried until crisp and golden brown, yet soft and tender inside. Served with Liver Sauce on the side.

    Thinly sliced beef sirloin sauted in onions, lemon juice, soy sauce and gravy.Topped with fresh onion rings.




    (Crispy Pork Hock)

    Pinatuyong Pork AdoboMarinated pork chunks braised in vinegar and soy sauce reduction. Made avorful wih garlic, bay leaf and whole peppercorn. Garnished with green onions and served with diced tomatoes and onions.

    Deep fried pork belly in coconut milk and shrimp paste with ery spices. A popular Filipino dish. Originally from the Bicol region, prepared the Maxs way.




    (Marinated Braised Pork Adobo)

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    Filipino Bistek

    Bicol Express

    Hearty beef stew in a thick tomato-based sauce mademore avorful with minced chicken liver and peanutbutter. Garnished with potatoes, carrots, red, greenbell pepper and green peas.

    Beef Caldereta

    Kare-Kare(Beef Peanut Stew)

    (Pork Belly)

    (Beef Steak)

    - Spicy

    Regular Large13.99 18.99

    Popular Philippine chicken stew richly marinated insoy sauce and vinegar. Enhanced with the avors ofgarlic, bay leaf and whole peppercorns. Garnished withgreen onions and egg. A well loved dish.

    Classic Chicken Adobo


    (Chicken Stew)

    Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

  • Beef Sisig

    Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

  • Maxs Set C

    Set Menu

    169.99 179.99 195.9989.99 94.99 102.99


    Maxs Fried ChickenSoup of the DayPancit BihonFilipino BistekLumpiang ShanghaiSteamed RicePopCaramel Bar

    Maxs Fried Chicken Soup of the DayPancit CantonPinatuyong Pork AdoboChopsueySteamed RicePopCaramel Bar

    Maxs Fried ChickenSoup of the DayMiki BihonLechon KawaliKare-KareSteamed RicePopCaramel Bar

    Upgrade Caramel Bar to mini Buko Pandan for $20 per ten persons. Please inform your server of any food allergies. Vegetarian options available, please ask your server Actual serving plate may vary. No substitutions For groups of 8 or more, 15% gratuity will automatically be added. TO040615

    Make it easy for your group and order our set menu good for party of 10!

  • For kids 10 and under, dine in only.

  • Halo-Halo Sagot GulamanBuko Pandan


    Buko Pandan

    A blend of refreshing tropical fruit preserves, beans, and milk in shaved ice. Topped with a delicious scoop of Ube (purple yam) ice cream, flan and rice flakes.A classic Filipino dessert.

    Young coconut mixed with pandan leaf (screwpine) gelatin and tapioca in a rich fluffy cream sauce, with Macapuno (coconut) ice cream and rice flakes.

    Ice Cream



    Please inform your server of any food allergies. Actual serving plate may vary.

    Choice of Ube (purple yam), Macapuno (coconut),Mango or Vanilla


    Delicious and mouth watering custard made from egg yolk and milk, topped with caramel syrup. 3.99

    Leche Flan

    A light, smooth, creamy eggless custard with ube halaya (purple yam) filling served chilled, topped with ube cake crumbs.

    Ube Creme Decadence



    Caramel Bars


    Seafood Contains Egg DairyContains Nuts

    Soft, chewy Caramel Bar made with premium milk and butter, generously topped with ground peanuts. (1 box contains 6 pieces)

    Desserts and Beverages

    Buko Juice (Coconut) Mango JuiceCalamansi Juice(Philippine Lime)

    Sagot Gulaman

    Flavored with brown sugar syrup and a hint of banana extract. Served over shaved ice. A well loved refresher.

    (Tapioca and Gelatin)

    CoeeHot Tea Bottled WaterBeer


    Glass Bottle

    Domestic Imported

    6.99 29.99



    2.29Mighty Leaf


    PopPepsi / Diet Pepsi / 7 Up / Brisk Iced Tea / MugRootbeer/ Ginger Ale






  • In 1945, after World War II, Maximo Gimenez, a Stanford-educated teacher, befriended American occupation troops stationed in Quezon City, Philippines.A few would come to his house for a drink or two. Eventually they insisted thatthey pay for their meals. It was then that Maximo decided to open a caf thatserved chicken, steak and drinks.

    To help him with the caf, his wife Mercedes, and his sister-in-law Felipa, joinedhim together with her niece Ruby, who managed the kitchen with her husband Claro. It was Ruby who concocted a special recipe for chicken. The American troops kept coming back for more of the delicious tender, crispy chicken. Soon enough,it became a legend with the Filipino public too!

    Encouraged by her mother to expand the menu and serve more Filipino food,Ruby put up the Baclaran branch along Roxas Boulevard in Paraaque. It was decided that the restaurant would be named Maxs which was Maximos nickname.

    Over the years, Maxs Restaurants popularity grew and became known asThe House That Fried Chicken Built.

    To date, Maxs operates over a hundred restaurants all over the Philippines. Aiming to be a competitive international brand, Maxs expanded its operations overseas and now has branches in North America and the Middle East. Hoping to serve and bring this well-loved Filipino fried chicken recipe to the worlds discriminating palate, we will continue to broaden our reach as we open new stores in new territories in the years to come.

    We thank you for your patronage and continued loyalty to us a