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Expanding into finer territories

Adding a couple more of service and focusing into the nitty gritty of details, Maxs restaurant is
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Max’s newest restaurant is located at Forbestown in the Bonifacio Global City. Just like all other Max’s restaurants, it brings to the table heartwarming flavors that are sure to resonate in the mouth of customers.
 
“People come together because of something they all share – the love for good food. We bring this experience to a higher level by offering something new, yet distinctly homegrown to pique our customers’ appetites.  This year, Max’s has ventured into another feat by targeting the young and upscale market of Bonifacio Global City,” Bobby Simborio, Corporate Communications Officer for Max’s Group of Companies, said.

Stepping into Max’s Forbestown, one will immediately notice the clean-cut architecture inspired by the store design of Budji Layug and Royal Pineda. The contrasting red and gray brick walls, wide glass panels and wooden trellises lend an impression of casual comfort and exhilarating outdoor ambience. Customers also note the stylish, uniforms donned by Max’s service crews, which was designed by Rajo Laurel.

Max’s Forbestown offers one particular service that perfectly fits its target market: valet parking.

“Max’s continuous growth is spurred by its passion to reinvent itself without losing its sense of tradition. For more than six decades, Max’s has remained unfazed by challenges and has maintained its solid position as an innovative, continuously evolving and thriving brand both in the Philippines and abroad,” said Simborio.

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