It’s Back! Max’s “Chicken All You Can” Promo

Sarap-to-the-bones fried chicken goes full-throttle this June as Max’s Restaurant announces the much-awaited Chicken-All-You-Can Promotion 2011. It’s time to work up the biggest appetite and make a beeline once again to the nearest Max’s Restaurant for an unlimited serving of the Filipino’s favorite home-cooked fried chicken, from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm daily.

 For only PhP 199, customers can bite into their favorite Max’s fried chicken, matched with an ice-cold glass of any Pepsi softdrink that can be upgraded to bottomless drink for only PhP28. Diners can also watch out for a show-stopping promo activation performance by Max’s employees every 6:00 pm daily to signal the start of the promo.

As an added treat to its customers, Max’s is also giving away free PhP 20 money coupons for every PhP200 spent during the Chicken-All-You-Can promotion. A maximum of three accumulated coupons per transaction may be used to “purchase” any Max’s products within a year after issuance.

“Chicken-All-You-Can fever has never really waned since its successful launch last year. We have received an overwhelming clamor for this unlimited chicken offering from our customers all over the Philippines. Now, Chicken-All-You-Can is definitely here – and it’s bigger and better,” said Bobby Simborio, Corporate Communications Officer for Max’s Group of Companies.

Max’s is expecting the public’s excitement level to reach a fever pitch on June 10, the first day of the promo. To date, it holds the record for the biggest eat-all-you-can promotion ever launched by a single fast-casual dining restaurant in the Philippines.

“For those who missed Max’s Chicken-All-You-Can promo last year, this is their chance to avail of Max’s biggest treat. Celebrate with your friends, family and barkada. Be sure not to miss it this year!

Troop to your favorite Max’s Restaurant for the most exciting value-for-money promo from Max’s,” said Simborio.

Await the tilaok signal and catch the Chicken-All-You-Can fever by visiting any Max’s Restaurant nationwide, from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm daily. Promo runs from June 10 to July 10, 2011 only! Log on to or visit and be a member of Max’s official Facebook fan page.

About Max’s
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. After more than six decades, 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.

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JL Santiago Aquino

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1 comment:

  1. had dinner last night at max’s market market. all i can say is that this branch gives the lousiest service. most of the waiters don’t even attend to their customers’ requests like a glass of water or another bottle of ketchup. when you will call their attention they deliberately look the other way while other waiters are just standing around instead of attending to their customers’ needs. and the chef (he’s wearing a chef hat and white outfit) who distributes the chicken to the tables are so selective in giving away chicken to chicken all-you-can customers. my son was asking for a refill but was rejected simply because his plate still has a small left-over wing which the guy in the chef’s hat said had to be consumed first before his plate is again refilled so we had to wait another 10 minutes or so before he came back (he was the only one distributing the chicken parts to the customers). the max’s in megamall and tiendesitas had so many waiters distributing the chicken and were not so selective in serving their customers. all of us in the group (there were 5 of us) were asking for chicken leg parts but were mostly given breast portions which were not so tender to say the least. again, this market market branch should have a revamp of sorts and fire all those incompetent and unfriendly waiters (chef included).

    i have been a long time patron of max’s since way back when and i am simply appalled and disgusted with the shabby service we were made to endure last night.