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Craving for some of Max’s Restaurant’s “sarap (delicious) to the bones” fried chicken goodness? Probably some of its juicy-flavorful crispy pata, or creamy kare-kare? How about Kabisera’s mouth-watering adobo ribs, or tender pugon lechon belly?

Now, it’s possible to altogether enjoy these best-selling Filipino favorites and more, under one roof as the aforementioned brands merged to open Max’s Kabisera — a two-story restaurant located along Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

KABISERA comes with its own bar, letting customers choose from a wide selection of local and international beers and wines that make for great conversations.

Max’s Kabisera has a curated menu of the most popular dishes from what used to be two separate entities of the Max’s Group. Aside from the delicious food, the restaurant boasts a modern look and feel that’s innate among establishments in the area.

Delicious Filipino food, good service and great conversations were the headliners at the Max’s Kabisera launch.

The newest neighborhood stop presents itself as a dining and social destination for people who are looking to spend great moments with family, friends and co-workers over sumptuous meals, refreshing drinks, as well as the best-tasting liquor in town.

Speaking of liquor, Max’s Kabisera houses a bar with an impressive selection of local and international beers and wine, complemented by a list of appetizing bar chow and local street food.

According to Paolo Serrano, National Business Unit head of Max’s Restaurant, “We wanted to provide those in BGC with a place that would give them that familiar warmth of Max’s but set in a way that caters more to their lifestyle and taste as we combine it with elements of Kabisera’s elevated and thoughtful aesthetic.”

Max’s Group executives celebrate the opening of Max’s Kabisera (from left) Paolo Serrano, National Business Unit head; Jim Fuentebella, chief marketing officer and Carolyn Salud, Max’s Group Inc. director.

Max’s management is set to observe the BGC community’s reception of this convergence of two brands. “We will make some improvements along the way, if it’s needed,” Serrano added.

The opening of this latest dining destination comes at a time of Max’s celebration of its 73rd anniversary, with inclusivity as its running theme. Fittingly, Max’s Kabisera looks to welcome all kinds of guests, and invites them to a dining experience that will allow for a full appreciation of Filipino food, culture and hospitality.

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