Max’s Restaurant offers heartwarming dishes for Lent

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Introducing, Max’s Restaurant‘s lightest and the most scrumptious fare for Lent.

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Have your children eat more veggies with Max’s Cauliflower Puffs. Cauliflowers are made crunchy and more appetizing because they are dipped in a special batter, deep-fried, and tossed in a special sauce that the young and old will definitely love.

Max's Cauliflower Puffs
Meanwhile, Max’s Adobong Kangkong Stuffed Tofu is adobo with a twist but without the meat. Deep-fried blocks of tofu are combined with kangkong leaves and shiitake and button mushrooms. Definitely, a must-try for both vegetable and non-vegetable eaters.

Max's Adobong Kangkong Stuffed Tofu
Lastly, Max’s Sizzling Seafood in Honey Bagoong Sauce is a unique blend of sweet honey and bagoong splashed over deep-fried breaded cream dory, shrimps and squid rings, plus julienned bell peppers and chopped spring onions. It’s served in a sizzling hot plate which makes it more yum!

Max's Sizzling Seafood
These dishes will be served from March 1, 2012 in all branches nationwide. For more information about Max’s Restaurant’s latest dishes and promos, log on to www.maxschicken.com or visit www.facebook.com/maxsrestaurant to be a Max’s Restaurant Facebook fan.


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