Max Restaurant Crispy Pata Feast Blogger Event
Last January 18, 2011, I was invited to a blogger event sponsored by Max to try out their newest promo, the Crispy Pata Feast (links to my food blog). For a prize of PHP865 (we got to eat it for free ), you will get a big serving of Crispy Pata, Sinigang na Tyan ng Bangus (Tamarind soup with Milkfish belly), 4 cups of rice, 4 glasses of softdrinks and then 4 servings of buko pandan for dessert.
Aside from filling up our bellies with this guilty pleasure goodness, they also showed us a presentation of their newest features. Hopefully, I was listening carefully
 The new layout of their restaurants
They have started to renovate their layouts in which they had added some function rooms for gatherings to occur. In fact, both of the Max Blogger events were held in such function rooms (one in Glorietta 3 and this time on Greenbelt 1).
 Renovated homepage
They highlighted the fact that you can order online, even when you are out of the country. You can send your remittances as food you order in max instead of cash. A good alternative to Cash on Delivery.
 New Max’s Delivery Jacket
Now this one is cool and something that we wished was given to us (wishful thinking lol). It has this reflector materials that reflects light (see it reflect when we shot it with the camera’s flash). The material is also cool in a way that it has lots of super tiny holes where air can pass through so it won’t be hot even it is a bit thick. Hopefully, they can create one of these for personal use.
 New Max’s Delivery Motorcycle
A new innovation by Max where the delivery box has illuminated signs. It really looks good and eye catching especially at night. It is the first of its kind in the Philippines and I guess in the world?
 Crispy Pata Feast Promo
It will run from January 20, 2011 till February 20, 2011
Aside from the presentation, they also gave us a lot of freebies.
I was able to get the following.
Got this from the raffle. Now I can finally attain my dream of imitating those Korean Drama actors where they just talk using this while driving their car.
Max’s very own ketchup
Aside from the cool looking container, there is also a hidden gem inside (a max gift cheque).
PHP1000 Max’s Gift Certificate
What luck! This was their last prize on the raffle and they returned all the names to be picked again. I’m happy to have been picked so I get to go home with two prizes.
Thank you very much Max’s Restaurant and Bright Ideas Event Management for the invite.
Till next time, (more pics of mee haah)
Max’s jump starts 2011 with a Crispy Pata Feast
18 January 2010; Makati, Philippines - Max’s Restaurant has started another buzzword among foodies with the launch of its latest promotion aptly dubbed, the “Max’s Crispy Pata Feast.”
The most ravenous cravings are sure to be satiated with this mouthwatering spread – one hefty plate of Max’s fork-tender Crispy Pata, Max’s Sinigang, 4 cups of steaming white rice, 4 glasses of any ice-cold Pepsi softdrink, and 4 servings of melt-in-your-mouth Buko Pandan dessert to cap a traditional Filipino feast- all for PhP 865 only! That’s more than PhP 300 savings for a fully satisfying meal, perfect for sharing with friends and nurturing relationships with loved ones.
“As we usher in 2011, Max’s offers this irresistible promo to celebrate new beginnings with our valued customers. Diners can now indulge in their favorite Max’s Crispy Pata for only P865! That’s value for money from Max’s as we commit to providing our customers with the most sumptuous dishes all year-round,” said Bobby Simborio, Corporate Communications Officer for Max’s Group of Companies.
Catch the Crispy Pata fever this 2011! Max’s Crispy Pata Feast is available for dine in or to go, from January 20 to February 20, 2011. Log on www.maxschicken.com or visit www.facebook.com to sign up for Max’s fan page and learn more about the best offerings and most scrumptious dishes from Max’s this 2011.
Max’s, one of the country’s leading fast-casual dining restaurant traces its roots to a family’s generosity and passion for good food. Max’s, “the house that chicken built,” continues to innovate and expand worldwide with plans to open branches outside the United States. Today, Max’s Restaurant has established itself as a household name, an institution, and a proud Filipino tradition, zealously upholding the values passed on from its early beginnings in 1945 to the present –day generation of food aficionados.