Big fans of “Sarap to the Bones” chicken can now enjoy all the tasty home-style meals from The House That Fried Chicken Built’ in full swing.
Max’s Restaurant Winnipeg officially opens its doors following Grand Opening Blow out today hosted by Filipino-Cansdian franchise owner Alibin Group Inc.
Alibin matriarch Natividad joined her sons John, Frank, Arnel, Hipolito Jr and daughter Sheila Alibin-Bernardo as they led the excited crowd in the ribbon cutting ceremony.
JR shares how humbled they are in contributing to the local economy of Winnipeg employing 60 staff to bring a Filipino cuisine tradition that is Max’s.
“Here at Max’s Winnipeg, we stick to the Max’s standard of 70 years of bringing finest Filipino cuisines. It’s all max’s authentic recipes that everyone loves.”
Today’s well-wishers included Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman, MLA Flor Marcelino. MLA Scott Johnson, MLA Jon Reyes, Councilor Scott Gilinham, Councilor Vivian Santos and some community leaders and business owners, Alibin families and friends and representatives from local media which included CKJS 810AM. A short program hosted by Tyler of Virgin Radio was followed by a sumptuous meal.
Max’s is known to serve authentic home-style dishes made famous by its signature juicy and crispy Max’s fried chicken. The Winnipeg chain will continue to carry signature well-loved dishes such as fresh lumpia rolls, egg rolls, pansit, karekare, sisig, lechon kawali among others plus some add ins.
According to Angel Meneses, Marketing Manager of Max’s North America, Max’s has now 16 locations in North America. Winnipeg is the 6th Max’s in Canada following branches in Vancouver, Vaughn-Toronto, Scarborough, Calgary and Edmonton. The 4,500-square-foot, full-service restaurant is located at 1255 St. James St.
(Thank you JP Sumbillo, Nonie Manalili and Lucille Nolasco for some photos)