What makes Filipino Christmas is different is how we celebrate and the happiest place to be on Christmas day is at home. Kwento Ni Toto assure that we Pinoys celebrate Christmas the longest and the biggest. Christmas is always gregariously festive. Christmas is one of those magical moment to share treasured moments with the most important people in our lives.
As most of the corporate world celebrates Christmas, Max's held its Christmas celebration with the bloggers at one of their branches in Glorietta. I was happy that I was there to witness one of the important surprises of Max's. We all know that Max's always make sure that their customers get the best of the what Max's can offer.
The celebration was simple. No fancy things around, it was a night of simplicity. What strike us all was the announcement that the supposedly prizes to be raffled was given to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda through Red Cross. It was a touching moment where we, the bloggers who where there, signed the replica of the check and gave it to the representative of Red Cross
Though we have already helped through other means it is still great to know that we could still help. Everyone was happy to have a share of things that could make the victims a little more happier this Christmas.
Since family or small celebrations are widely done here in the Philippine. Max's Restaurant is one of the best places where it can be held at as the restaurant creates the perfect holiday ambiance for Filipinos can create their special Christmas experience. The classic red brick walls and wooden trellises that adorn the restaurant, the busy sound of utensils amidst the happy chatter of customers, the smell of the gustatory fare that entice diners with their ravenous holiday appetite - these create a celebratory ambiance that is unique to Max's.
Every family member is sure to marvel the sight of the most anticipated feast of the season - a sumptous spread of their favourite dishes: Max's Crispy Pata, Pansit Canton, Sinigang, and Max's sarap-to-the-bones Fried Chicken. Just thinking about these classic Filipino dishes can definitely make any mout water!
As always Max's always provide something good for their customers and some of it are these Holiday Party Packages for celebration and small gatherings.
Crispy Pata 4Sharing
Max's offers the perfect feast for the Noche Buena table as Filipinos get swept into the hustle and bustle of the Christmas season. Small groups of Families and friends celebrating together may sink their teeth into Max's crispy Pata with its fork-tender goodness for only PhP399, saving as much as PhP255. Max's latest 4Sharing spread is delectably satisfying to the palate and light on the budget. Diners get to enjoy Max's Crispy Pata paired with either Sizzling Tofu or Chopsuey steaming rice and washed down with a cool glass of iced tea or any Pepsi soft drink for only P799. Customers may avail these mouthwatering offerings only from Max's from December 1-31, 2013.
Holiday Party Package
For Filipinos who are gearing up for a big blast this Christmas, Max's Holiday Party Package fits anybody's food planning requirements to a tee. Perfect for Christmas gatherings of 10 to 12 guests. Max's is serving 2 whole regular, sarap-to-the-bones Fried Chicken, Lumpiang Shanghai Cater Tray, a choice of either Pancit Luglug or Pancit Canton Medium Tray, and 12 pieces of Max's Corner Bakery's freshly-baked mini Ensaimadas. Customers may avail of this indulgent package for take-out ordelivery, from December 16 to january 5, 2014 for only Php2,199 or with Php334 worth of savings. With the advent of technology, customers may place their orders online by logging on to Max's official website. www.maxschicken.com.
Celebrating at Max's this Christmas is reliving the different milestones in our lives as we continue to nurture relationships and create new memories with our friends and family. What makes this year's holiday celebration most unique is that, like Max's Fried Chicken, Filipino Christmas is always family-size.