Sarap to the Bowls! Max’s Restaurant releases 7 new all-day Rice Bowls

Whenever Filipinos think of eating chicken at a fine dining Filipino establishment, Max’s Restaurant always comes to mind as a place for special celebrations. And now, Filipinos here in the UAE can get to enjoy the taste of joy and festivities every day as Max’s Restaurant has recently introduced their All-Day Rice Bowls!

“Max’s Restaurant is known for celebrations – a place to celebrate. Kahit sa Pilipinas, binyag, kasal, birthday. So kahit dito, pag may okasyon ka, pupunta ka ng Max’s to celebrate na pumupunta sa restaurant ng grupo-grupo. Pero we wanted to acknowledge na may mga dumadayo sa Max’s na mga single din – so ito yung concept para ma-enjoy ng mga kumakain mag isa ang sarap ng Max’s,” said Cynthia Reburiano, Operations Manager at Max’s Restaurant Middle East.

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With prices starting from only Dh 19, Max’s all-day rice bowls offer servings perfect for busy, career-minded singles as each dish is a complete meal in itself, available for dine in, takeaway, or delivery. “Gusto namin siyang maging affordable na kahit araw-araw yun ang kainin mo, okay lang sa yo at swak sa budget mo,” adds Reburiano.

Here are the dishes available on their list:

Max Rice Bowls Kare Kare


A must-have on the Pinoy table, the classic beef Kare-Kare has always been at the top of the list at Max’s Restaurant and is now available on Rice Bowls for the solo eater! Pieces of beef, oxtail, oxtripe and fresh vegetables are cooked together on a thick peanut sauce served on top of steamed rice with alamang on the side, perfectly capturing that authentic Pinoy dish!

Max Rice Bowls Pinoy BBQ Chicken

Pinoy BBQ Chicken

Grilled on the outside yet juicy with each bite, these tender pieces of chicken meat are served on top of steaming rice and crispy wanton wrappers. The flavors of the chicken itself is reminiscent of the Pinoy BBQ taste that you’re used to, served and garnished  with spring onions on top.

Max Rice Bowls Chicken Sisig

Max’s Chicken Sisig

Fulfill your craving of the classic Pinoy sisig as Max’s signature chicken is chopped to fine pieces, mixed with chicken liver and cooked with servings of onion, celery, and mayonnaise with sliced chili for that signature kick! Served on top of steamed rice with crispy wanton wrappers and an egg, this dish will surely remind you of your favorite Sisig dish back home.

Max Rice Bowls Beef Sisig

Max’s Beef Sisig

If you love sisig but prefer yours served with tasty, juicy beef – Max’s Beef Sisig best suits your cravings as it is tender beef cooked to perfection with a special sauce. The flavor is amplified with several pieces of white onion, chili, and is served on top of steamed rice with crispy wanton wrappers and an egg.

Max Rice Bowls Bistig


Also known as the traditional Filipino “Beef Steak”, the dish is comprised of thinly sliced, juicy and tender beef mixed and braised thoroughly on soya sauce with crispy onion rings on top together with rice. Each bite of this dish will definitely have you asking for more rice as the sauce alone pairs really, really well with white rice!

Max Rice Bowls Chicken and Beef Adobo

Chicken and Beef Adobo

Max’s list of Pinoy dishes would not be complete without the classic Adobo! Max’s signature Chicken and Beef Adobo drenches the generous servings of chicken, beef, and chicken liver with a special Adobo sauce and is served with a quail egg and steamed rice.

Max Rice Bowls Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet

Sweet & Sour Fish Fillet

Filipinos will surely enjoy this serving of deep fried breaded fish fillet coupled with sautéed mixed vegetables, pineapples all topped with a generous serving of sweet and sour sauce that your palates with surely love with its concept of dish counterpoints of sweets and sour tastes!

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All of Max’s Rice Bowls are available for dine in, take away and delivery across all their branches in the UAE. They have two branches in Dubai, two branches in Abu Dhabi and one branch in Al Ain.

Order your Max’s Rice Bowls today as well as their signature dishes by contacting their branches here:

Dubai: Karama Branch – 04 351 1269

Dubai: Al Ghurair Centre – 04 289 1342

Abu Dhabi: Khalifa St. – 02 627 8352

Abu Dhabi: Dalma Mall – 02 556 7555

Al Ain: Next to Etihad Airways Office, Zayed Bin Sultan Street (137th Street) – 03 785 7216

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