25 June 2014, Alberta, Canada – Max’s of Manila continues to strengthen its global footprint with the opening of its third branch in Canada last June 22. This is the first store opening of the Max’s International Group for 2014.
Strategically located at the Nexus Business Park, 11650 142 Street in NW, Max’s Edmonton branch has drawn in crowds from both Filipino and non-Filipino food aficionados who are looking for that unique dining experience.
Following the success of Max’s Vancouver which opened its doors to the public in 2012, Max’s Edmonton brings to the table heartwarming flavors that are sure to resonate in the hearts of local diners. Must-try dishes include Max’s world-famous “sarap-to-the-bones” fried chicken, and other classic Filipino favorites like the lumpiang ubod, lumping shanghai, sinigang, crispy pata and kare-kare. Max’s boasts of using only the freshest ingredients, cooked passionately and served generously by the restaurant’s staff.
A Legacy of Passion and Filipino Cuisine
Max’s depicts a colorful history that is as vibrant as its homey interiors and culturally-diverse diners. It originated in the Philippines and is known for its crispy fried chicken, a well-guarded family heirloom recipe that departs from the heavily breaded dish that most customers are accustomed to. Undoubtedly satisfying even to the biggest appetites, Max’s fried chicken is remarkably tender on the inside and crispy on the outside.
“With the opening of Max’s Edmonton, Max’s continues to bring a new and delightful experience for diners all over the world. The delectable flavours and passionate service at Max’s will make you feel very proud to be a Filipino,” shared Bill Rodgers, Executive Director – International Operations for Max’s Restaurant. Max’s Edmonton is open from 11:00 am to 9:00 pm from Sundays to Thursdays, and 11:00 am to 10:00 pm every Fridays and Saturdays.
Today, “the house that fried chicken built” has a total of 143 branches in the Philippines and 15 thriving branches in the United States, Canada and the Middle East. To learn more about Max’s home-cooked dishes, log on to www.maxschicken.com.