Max’s serves filling rice bowls

Not all rice bowls are created equal. But all of Max’s Restaurant’s rice bowls promise to be filling and put diners in a good mood. 

Max’s serves filling rice bowls
Max’s now serves filling rice bowls such as (from left to right) Chicken Sisig Rice Bowl,  Spicy Tofu Rice Bowl, Fish Fillet in Black Bean Sauce, and Seafood Kare-Kare Rice Bowl.  
Comprising the rice bowl lineup are the Seafood Kare-Kare Rice Bowl made with a combination of shrimp, squid, and fish slow-cooked in creamy peanut sauce; the Spicy Tofu headlined by deep fried tofu cubes tossed in a special spicy mayo base and served with a side of fried egg; the Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet Rice Bowl made with breaded cream dory doused in a combination of sweet and tangy sauce; and the Chopsuey Rice Bowl which features a symphony of sautéed fresh vegetables, pork, shrimp, and chicken liver and gizzard.

Those looking to reward themselves can order a rice bowl that will make them feel like a winner with every bite like the Sizzling Chicken made with coarsely chopped fried chicken and chicken liver, spiced up with white onion, celery, and chili; the Beef Caldereta with fork-tender beef chunks in thick sauce topped with fried potatoes and carrots; and the Adobo Ribs which offers a unique twist on the classic taste of the well-loved adobo.

Max’s Restaurant also pays tribute to Pinoy food loved by many for generations with the Crispy Pata, deep fried pig knuckles served with banana slices and atchara; and the Kare-Kare Rice Bowl made the traditional way by slow braising ox tripe and beef shanks in thick peanut sauce and vegetables. 

There is also the Bangus Belly Paksiw Rice Bowl cooked using premium milkfish belly fillet; and the Fish Fillet in Black Bean Sauce made with lightly breaded cream dory flavored by red bell pepper strips, spring onions, ginger strips, and black bean sauce.

Grab a bowl or two at Max’s branches nationwide. 

Topics: Max’s Restaurant , rice bowls , Seafood Kare-Kare Rice Bowl , Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet Rice Bowl
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