A Uniquely Pinoy Christmas With New Dishes At Max’s Restaurant

A Uniquely Pinoy Christmas With New Dishes At Max’s Restaurant

Spotlight

PAGEONE Group CEO Included As Expert In The Social Media Trends 2021 Global Report

PAGEONE Group CEO Ron F. Jabal, APR included as one of the industry experts in the Social Media Trends 2021 Global Report by Talkwalker and Hubspot.

Transport Coop. Provides More Than 25k Free ‘Green Cards’ For Cashless Transactions

A transport cooperative operating in Las Piñas provides 25,735 passengers with the means to safely board and ride their solar electric jeepneys along the route of Alabang to Zapote.

The Importance Of Deepening Ties And Friendship On Online English Education

51Talk hosts the 2020 Sino-Philippines Educational Exchanges in celebration of the 45th anniversary of the founding of bilateral relations between the Philippines and China.

DBP Backs Public Transport Sector Recovery

DBP is working closely with the Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) in finding financial solutions to aid the country's transportation sector due to the difficulties presented by the pandemic.

When it comes to the holidays, no one celebrates it better than Pinoys. In fact, we are known to have the longest Christmas season in the world kicking off in the -ber months when the fun starts and the countdown begins. As Christmas day is fast approaching, Max’s Restaurant offers the Philippines sumptuous new treats that will truly ignite your festive spirits—the new Nilagang Pasko and Bibingka Cheesecake!

Uniquely Filipino traditions are very much alive especially during Christmastime as Pinoys start organizing reunions with families and friends as early as September. This year, make the festivities twice as merry, vibrant, and colorful with the new Nilagang Pasko, Max’s own take on the well-loved pochero dish. Dig into a tender trio of beef bulalo, cured meat, and chicken submerged in a rich annatto oil-infused broth with potatoes, pechay, squash, sweet potatoes, green beans, and saba banana. Partnered with eggplant salsa, this dish will certainly light up your Christmas dinners.

Come together and reminisce the good times with the people who matter in your life, because Nilagang Pasko is also available for sharing with the Holiday Classics Supreme Bundle—a jubilant spread consisting of one (1) hearty bowl of Nilagang Pasko, one (1) regular whole Sarap-To-The Bones® Fried Chicken, a choice of one (1) Pancit, Chopsuey, or Lumpiang Shanghai, one (1) Large Plain Rice, five (5) glasses of iced tea, soft drinks, or sago’t gulaman, and five (5) regular Buko Pandans. This feast for five can be yours for just PHP1,799.

With Simbang Gabi just around the corner and the year almost ending, cap off every get-together with Bibingka Cheesecake, Max’s Corner Bakery’s unique take on the classic Filipino Christmas staple. For only PHP249, this extraordinary kakanin and cheesecake concoction is a marriage of soft, fluffly vanilla chiffon and smooth and silky cheesecake, generously topped with salted egg slices. Wrapped in aromatic banana leaves, the Bibingka Cheesecake is definitely a nostalgic yet ultra-modern treat for you and your loved ones. Max’s Corner Bakery also has its heavenly Caramel Fudge Cake available for only PHP687, which is an incredibly moist and fudgy chocolate cake elevated with luxurious caramel icing and piped chocolate fudge.

“For Filipinos, Christmas time means reuniting with friends, families, and loved ones from all over the world and catching up on what a wonderful year it has been,” says Max’s Restaurant & Max’s Corner Bakery Marketing Director Mark De Joya. “As a brand that has always championed both the culinary and cultural heritage of the Philippines, we take it as our highest duty to ensure that this tradition stays as valuable and meaningful to every generation. These new Christmas offerings are our small way of giving Filipinos of all kinds a means to come together and reconnect over great food.”

Indeed, Max’s newest dishes and treats especially made for the Christmas season will have diners come running to their nearest store despite the holiday rush!

From November 4, 2019 till January 3, 2020, the new Nilagang Pasko and Holiday Classics Supreme Bundle is available in all Max’s Restaurant branches nationwide, and Bibingka Cheesecake and Caramel Fudge Cake in all Luzon stores only.

Pasig River Ferry Ops Suspended Anew Due To Water Hyacinths

Pasig River Ferry Service, muling sinuspinde!

Bello: No Delay, Exemptions On Grant Of 13th Month Pay

13th month pay ng mga empleyado, tuloy na tuloy na!

World War II Heroes Honored For Service 76 Years Ago

The 76th Leyte Gulf Landing commemoration highlights the valor of World War II heroes who fought for the liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese occupation.

Duterte Assures Gov’t Will ‘Look For Money’ To Settle Red Cross Debt

“We’ll look for the money. Hindi naman marami but ang priority natin dito is really medical treatment, medical attention. Babayaran to in a short while, do not worry.”

Coursera Now Offers Campus Free Pricing Options And Academic Integrity Upgrades

Coursera expands its reach by offering free versions of Coursera for Campus and upgrading features to address the critical and long-term needs of higher education worldwide.

Gov’t To Allow Non-Essential Outbound Travel Starting Oct. 21

Non-essential travel is finally allowed again!

Baguio Eyes Easing Tourist Restriction Rules

According to Mayor Benjamin Magalong, adjustment in the entry protocols of the tourism bubble, which initially allows residents from the provinces of Pangasinan, La Union, Ilocos Sur, and Ilocos Norte, is being finalized.

‘Banggolo’ Bridge Reopens On 3rd Marawi Liberation Anniversary

A year and seven months after working to refurbish, the Bayabao Bridge was reopened on Saturday, exactly three years when President Rodrigo Duterte declared Marawi City liberated from the influence of the ISIS terrorists.

DOH Cites Ways To Avoid ‘Quarantine Fatigue’

Fed up with the cabin fever? Here are some ways on how you can cope with it:

Latin America, Caribbean Worst-Hit Region By Virus

Latin America and the Caribbean reports at least 10 million confirmed coronavirus cases and 370,000 deaths, plunging the region into its worst health, economic and social crisis in recent history.