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Lenten Specials at Max's Group of Restaurants

In observance of the Lenten Season, Max's Group of Restaurants created a special seafood menu that's is both delicious and nutritious.

Pan Seared Fish Fillet at Pancake House comes with a tangy tomato salsa, brown pilaf rice, and a side salad. This is a classic favorite that is also a light and healthy meal.


Spicy Ginataang Kangkong at Max's Restaurant is an alternative for the meatless Holy Week. This dish is made with kangkong leaves (and stalks) and cooked in rich coconut cream with chilies. Tinapa flakes are added to make it more delicious.


Another yummy Lenten Special at Max's Restaurant is the Pinoy Ensalada. These are steamed vegetables paired with tomato salsa or shrimp paste.


Krispy Tilapia & Pinaputok na Tilapia are available at Dencio's. These mouthwatering fish dishes will entice even the picky-eaters. Enjoy a serving of deep fried chunks of boneless tilapia and add some of Dencio's special dip and toyomansi for that hearty Krispy Tilapia meal. Of course, Pinaputok na Tilapia is equally delicious. Wrapped in banana leaf and grilled to perfection, this stuffed fish is topped with coco-tomato onion mix.


Not all that sizzle are steaks because Sizzlin's Steak is serving Shrimp Cocktail and Caesar Salad on their menu this Lenten Season. Not just a fresh catch but delectable Shrimp Cocktail that will surely whet your appetite. Chicken or shrimp can be added to your order of Caesar Salad for a much more memorable dining experience.


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