Rainy Days Mood Lifter: Max’s Chicken Lomi!


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Just in time for the start of the rainy season in the Philippines, Max’s Restaurant is also introducing their newest “Chicken Lomi“!

Made available since last July 1, 2019. Max’s puts to fore one of the country’s culinary specialties with a twist, all for an affordable price of P 160.

Max's Chicken Lomi
The New Max’s Chicken Lomi!

The New Max’s Chicken Lomi

This classic Filipino dish and comforting bowl of hot soup unlocks a flavorful take on the traditional lomi with no less than what Max’s has been known for—chicken.

The new Max’s Chicken Lomi brings together the sumptuous combination of chicken meat, chicken liver, and chicken balls all submerged in a thick broth that will give you the umami you are looking for.

Max's Chicken Lomi
Chicken Meat, Chicken Liver, Chicken Balls, + More = Max’s Chicken Lomi

We want to keep championing Filipinos locally and internationally. And by introducing our own take of the well-loved lomi together with our Max’s Fried Chicken, we are bringing together all Filipinos from different walks of life and paying tribute to our rich heritage and cuisine,” shares Max’s Restaurant Chief Operating Officer Paolo Serrano

A variety of vegetables are also included, and as a treat, this thick egg noodle dish is topped with crispy chicken skin. The Chicken Lomi has the makings of another bestseller just like Max’s Fried Chicken, when you are craving for filling and comforting food to end a long day.

Max's Lomi
Max’s Lomi

Know more about the Max’s Chicken Lomi on their Facebook Page.

Fresh from the National Fried Chicken Weekend, get to taste the new Chicken Lomi and savor an exciting and heartwarming dining experience at Max’s Restaurant!


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Jonel Uy

Jonel Uy is the Editor-In-Chief of Good News Manila (GNM). He is a Social Media Consultant and Digital Marketer at a social media marketing agency named "DigitalCircles", Jonel also teaches IT at a local college in the Philippines and is the founder of BloggerManila.com, GadgetGambit.com, and SeatsForTwo.com, among others.

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