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After hearing mass, we headed to SM Taytay to have our phone lines renewed. We also strolled around the mall and bought Jaoey some presents since he topped his class.

Lunch time came and I was really craving for Savory Chicken, but since there's none in the mall, we just settled for Max's.

Our order includes the soup of the day, Lumpiang Shanghai, Max’s fried chicken, Chopsuey, Pancit Canton, rice, and caramel bars.

First to arrive was the soup. The cream of chicken soup with chicken fillet, mushroom, carrot bits, and egg was a good treat for our empty tummies.

I wasn't really a fan of Max's Lumpiang Shanghai, but I found myself munching into this delectable dish. The lumpia was not oily and the tender pork filling was made more luscious with the sweet and sour dip.

The Chopseuy was also good, though I love my dad's chopseuy more. Haha!

I didn't eat the pancit, but I think it also tasted good since Jaoey was enjoying eating it. :P

And the star of the meal, Max's fried chicken! I just love how not oily and salty the chicken was. It was crispy on the outside yet tender and juicy on the inside. You can enjoy eating the chicken plain fried or you may choose to make it more delectable by dipping it into a mixture of catsup and worchestershire sauce. :D

We all enjoyed the food. Indeed a satisfying treat to all who craves for the best of Max’s.

Argh! I really need to stop pigging out and just get back to strict diet! Haha!


MAX'S RESTAURANT
Ground Floor
SM Taytay

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