Naglabas ng mga bagong dishes and Max’s Qatar mula sa appetizer, main course at syempre dessert.

Sa mga nakamiss ng mga authentic Filipino ulam , these dishes are now ready for orders from two branches, one in B ring road and one in Al Saad


Max’s Al Sadd –

Max’s B Ring Rd –

“We aim to introduce Filipino Food with International presentation” said Michael Esto, Max’s Head Chef as we are all mouth full the best of the restaurants new menu.

We were offered an Appetiser Platter that includes; Lumping Shanghai, Fresh Lumping Ubod, Calamares and Chicken Wings.

Spicy Chicken Wings, Fried Chicken Coated in Spicy Max’s Sauce. Served with a Blue Cheese Dressing.

Pancit Bihon, A traditional Rice noodle Dish made with Vegetables, Shrimps, Chicken Balls, Chicken Strips, Chicken Liver and Chicken Meat.

Afritada, is a Filipino stew made of chicken pieces, potatoes, carrots and bell peppers cooked in fresh tomato sauce.

Tinola, is a ginger and onion based soup with chicken as the usual main ingredient and best complimented with green papaya wedges (an alternative is chayote) and Petchay leaves.

Paksiw na Bangus Belly, This Recipe is simply fish cooked in vinegar and garlic and best added with bitter fruit and tomatoes.

Beef Monggo, aka Ginisang Munggo at Tinapa is a delicious mung bean stew flavored with shrimp and vegetables. Thick, hearty and flavorful, it’s comfort food at its best!

Binagoongan, is translated as beef cooked in shrimp paste. This recipe produces is one of the authentic Filipino Recipes that we will surely enjoy eating.

Beef Ampalaya, is not a traditional Filipino recipe but it was well accepted as one of the favorite Filipino dishes. It has some oriental blend with the addition of oyster sauce and black beans which are widely used in Chinese and other Asian cuisines.

Filipino Food is the next big thing! Soon enough non-Filipinos will make our dishes not just a must try food but a menu-to-go. I must say that If I asked a non-Filipino friend to try our food, I am proud to suggest Max’s.

Have been staying in the Middle East for couple of years makes us miss our  favourite ulam back home in the Philippines. Fortunately Max’s Restaurant give us the taste we always wanted and definitely makes our tummy happy.

Story by Joel Lara Genove/ Photo Credit Jarlene Villanueva


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