EAST VANCOUVER KINGSWAY JOYCE COLLINGWOOD
GUEST HOST DAINELLE!
Max’s Restaurant Filipino cuisine in East Vancouver with Guest Host Dainelle! Follow Dainelle on Instagram @dinewithDainelle
Max’s Restaurant reopened with Physical Distancing measures. They now provide hand wipes, QR Code Menu and a sign to flag down your server. Less tables inside the restaurant means less seats, so call ahead to reserve!
Less talking more signs. This is a pretty creative idea.
Max’s Restaurant “Since 1945” is originally from Quezon City Philippines started by Maximo Gimenez. He was educated at Stanford in the US and returned to the Philippines to start a business. Maximo’s niece Ruby managed the kitchen and created the fried chicken.
Pancit Bihon $14.99
Filipino noodle dish with rice noodles, chicken, seafood and veggies.
Variations of this dish are Pancit Canton, Miki Bihon, and Pancit Palabok.
Calamansi is a citrus similar to lime or lemon native to the Philippines, and Southeast Asia. It is a hybrid of kumquat and mandarin orange.
Fried Chicken $12.99 (Half order)
Sweet Potato Fries $6.49
Fried Chicken with crispy skin, and a side of yam fries. The sauce is
Banana Ketchup and Worcestershire Sauce combination.
Pork BBQ Skewer $20.99 (6 piece)
Comes with a side of Achara and vinegar.
Filipino kimchi, Achara is a pickled papaya dish.
It is sour flavour and crunchy but also refreshing. Papaya is healthy and full of fiber.
Veggie stew made with pork, shrimp, and shrimp paste. It has eggplant, bitter melon, squash and more. Originally from Northern Ilocos region of the Philippines.
Food is family-style, good portion size and is enough to take home. Filipino dishes like Pancit, and Pinakbet, take time to cook at home, but coming to Max’s Restaurant you can get these dishes faster and less effort than cooking at home.
3546 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5R 5L7