Max's Fried Chicken Lipa City, Philippines Aug 18, 2012
|Cassandra, Alithea and Andrea say Cheese at Max's Lipa|
I've been a happy father for 10 years now and one thing's for sure, when children grow - they eat more!
All 6 of us fit inside the tricycle, including baby Hannah, thanks to yours truly's careful planning and geometrical proficiency. ;P
|Alex was being introspective... Probably wondering|
what he'll eat.
Max's Lipa City has their own building so medyo dyahe pag naka tricycle ka lang. Pag nasa SM ka - no one could tell the difference if you came in using a tricycle or a Pajero :D
|Hannah's first time at Max's Lipa|
|Pinaputok na Bangus at Max's Lipa|
Pinaputok nga ang bulsa ko at PHP 239 for a medium sized bangus
|Crabmeat Fried Rice at 130 Pesos|
|Pancit Luglug Solo at 95 Pesos|
|Whole Family Chicken at 443 Pesos|
|Natutulog yung manok nung sinerve...|
|Chicken Sisig at 186 Pesos|
|Sizzling Tofu at 169 Pesos|
|We had the chicken re-done since I didn't really want to feed my children chicken with some blood in it. I don't know if Max's does chicken raw nowadays, but I guess now you have to tell them - to make it well done.|
All in all, our experience was "okay". I guess talagang mas masaya nga lang pag kasama ang whole family. Granted the pricing was a bit steep, that's to be expected with any Max's restaurant. On the other hand, I could have saved more with their value meal packages, but I prefer to dine ala Filipino style, salu salo. Specially with my kids.
When I was done, the waiter was even kind enough to offer to light my cigarette.
The only downside to our experience was I couldn't eat the bones. You know, in other Max's restaurants - the chickens are so crispy you could literally eat the chicken's bones. I didn't bother this time.