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article imageCulinary Treasures of the Philippines at Max's in Toronto Special

By Romeo Marquez     Jul 1, 2011 in Food
Toronto - The "house that fried chicken built" is also the "Cuisine of the Philippines". That's the popular Max's Restaurant which opened recently in the Toronto suburb of Vaughan.
Sixty-five years and counting.
That's the length of time Max's Restaurant has been in operation in the Philippines.
It's "the house that fried chicken built", proclaims its slogan, to highlight the specialty of the house. Indeed, the fowl at Max's is comparable to none.
Max's has moved to Toronto, specifically in Vaughan at Steeles Ave. West and Dufferin, to fill in the gap for the finest Filipino dishes traditionally shared during family gatherings, weddings, baptisms, celebrations,or any milestones worth a trip to the best restaurants.
In Toronto, Max's is packaged in such a way that the diverse communities in multicultural Greater Toronto Area would find going to the restaurant a dining as much as a cultural experience.
Some of the traditional Filipino dishes are laid on the table for a feast-like gathering of friends.
Some of the traditional Filipino dishes are laid on the table for a feast-like gathering of friends.
"Cuisine of the Philippines" - its trademark slogan in Canada - might well be the repository and outlet of the culinary treasures of the country, which is a string of 7,100 islands, speaking different dialects and having a diversity of cooking and eating food.
Max's has captured them all. The entrees are quite representative of the major islands in the Philippines.
On the evening I was invited with friends, at least five families were having dinner to celebrate a birthday. Such joyous atmosphere lends a welcoming aura to the restaurant. The ambience is happy and congenial.
The food is excellent and service is second to none.
Try it and find out how true this is.
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