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Max’s Restaurant Treats Customers With P149 Off On Fried Chicken And Crispy Pata

Max’s Restaurant Treats Customers With P149 Off On Fried Chicken And Crispy Pata


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Max’s Restaurant, the iconic Filipino restaurant chain, is treating customers with P149 off on its Sarap-to-the-Bones® Fried Chicken and Crispy Pata on November 29 and 30 only. Both dishes have always been Max’s favorites so it’s up to the customers to take their pick. Guest can choose one or even both!

For those who love the delicious goodness of a classic Max’s Fried Chicken, then this is the answer. It’s fried and seasoned just the right way. No wonder that people get boxes to share with everyone. Enjoy it with loved ones this holiday season. Offer is available for both Regular and Family size.

Aside from Fried Chicken, who can resist Max’s Crispy Pata? This is the time to give in! For anyone who craves for a crispy and meaty treat, this is the way to go. Make meals even better with this Pinoy celebration staple. Less P149 is valid for Large and Family size.

The discount on both Fried Chicken and Crispy Pata will be available for dine-in, take-out, and delivery. No minimum purchase is required to avail the promo.

For more information, visit the official Facebook page at @MaxsRestaurant.

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