Max's Restaurant - Cuisine of the Philippines
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
They are not even open for dine in and I complained to your team on Facebook. When you guys still has this restaurant online?
Fast-food atmosphere at full-service restaurant prices.
It’s not terrible, but there are better options for Pilipino food in Vancouver.
The food was awesome BUT the protocols set in place are the best I’ve seen in the city.
We felt so safe and proud of then (as a Filipino) it shows that the business and staff really care about the wellbeing of the community and their team.
Great job guys
Thanks for leaving us such a wonderful review. We are thrilled that you felt safe dining at Max's Vancouver. Our staff will definitely be happy to learn that their safe work habits have not gone unnoticed. We put customer satisfaction and safety as our priority, and your review reaffirms the hard work we put in every day. Again, thanks for your kind words and we look forward to seeing you again.
At one point, no servers on site, we ended up putting our used plates and utensils on the other table, to clear some space. Table for 12 was so tight, elbow to elbow.
I heard a lot about their chicken, initially I thought it was pretty good. As ate I found it a bit dry, and tasteless. My wife dish was quite good, BBQ beef keebob. Will most likely try other dishes at this restaurant in the future.
First time! Would definitely go back again. :)
It was my first experience of having Filipino food. The food was good, and also server was so kind to us!
I did not find most of the dishes to be of good quality or good taste except for the Lumpia, roast pork and the Kare Kare. Large size Halo Halo was overpriced at $49 and mostly filled with crushed ice. Adobo was extremely salty. Fried chicken their signature dish was overcooked and meat was dry. Dishes were pricey for the quality. Restaurant is in need of improvements and cleanliness. Service needs work and consistency. There are too many better options elsewhere and I will not visit here again.
The food was very bland and overpriced for what you got.
Staff and servers were very pleasant.
It was a busy evening so it took a while to get seated, but it was just evidence that the food was good and the restaurant is well attended. The service was outstanding.
Our food took around 45 mins until we got our first dish. It wasn’t Even busy. Hire more kitchen and serving staff!
The place to go if you are raving Filipino comfort food.
Carmela was a pro, together with the other crew. They took great care of our party with their happy disposition. It is apparent that they love what they were doing which seems not common in the industry so I'll say it is a welcome treat for me and my guests. Our food was ready at the time we requested it and were served in an appetizing way.
For a Friday night, the restaurant was understaffed for the amount of customers there. The service was thus inadequate and degraded the dining experience.
Great service and yummy authentic Filipino food!
The food is ok but service is very bad i never had a chance to eat maxs i booked my reservation ive been waiting and my is 715 pm and so late so we walk out they do not have good customer service so sad
Delicious dishes. Good staff.
Loud music and the ambience is nothing special.
It is our first time try out this restaurant. Great food, and good service. Waiter is very polite, informative and attentive. Food service is fast and deliver in good quality. Recommended.
Bad service. No one talk to us after we receive the food. No quality check & no water refill. I will not come back again.
We had a business lunch for 6 yesterday. It was a going away party for a colleague who we often come to Max's with for the Lechon Kawali. We had reservations. Our food came much faster than usual. Everything tasted great! The head server, a familar person to us, is always very courteous, friendly and super efficient. He always welcomes us with a smile.
Everything was great. Staff were super friendly and attentive. I just find that the price is a bit too pricey compared to others restaurants. Even compared to other Filipino restaurant.
Max's in Vancouver is nostalgic. It brings back memories from home
All the food we ordered did not have any flavour. Extremely bland for extremely expensive meal. We had to use the condiment to add flavour.
We just had the worst experience last Friday Feb 2. Me and my friends came out to try their dine out vancouver. No kidding our food came after 1.5hrs, cold and no remorse from our server for the slow service. We followed up our order several times and noticed that people around us are getting their food first even if we came way before them. So unfair and unacceptable. The sizzling tofu was cold and so with the sisig and crispy pata. Seriously lost our appetite. We waited so long for the food. Poor service! Worst experience!
Max's is a well known chain from the Philippines. They are best known for their roast chicken, but they have lots of other Filipino dishes for you to try. I purchased their Dine Out dinner meal. It was a lot of food, and had to take home leftovers. All for $20. Filipino food is not spicy like many other Asian foods, so don't worry if you cannot handle spicy. Most dishes are flavoured with vinegar, garlic, soy sauce, black pepper, or some combination of it. Filipino desserts are also really good. Usually has coconut milk in them and may have young coconut meat. The Dine Out dessert had buko (young coconut meat), mixed with pearls and nata de coco (coconut jelly cubes) in a pandan coconut milk mixture. Very tasty.
Just want to try Philippine foods and give a try again! I had a bad experience with the same restaurant ( slow to bring the food) and food was terrible. This time, I was surprised with the quick service and the food. It is worth given another try again.
4 people at the table; we each ordered 1 appetizer, 1 entree, and 1 dessert. We sat for 2+ hours because the wait time for everything to be delivered was unbelievable. Portions would have been decent, but after 45 min before first course arrived, everyone left hungry.
The service was good. Food came really fast, fresh and hot. If your are looking for Filipino food this is where you should go...
Pleasant decore and ambience; service friendly, prompt and anticipatory.
We were a party of 6 who had “over-eaten” but wanted to have dessert to wrap things up. We ordered their much-acclaimed Halo-halo to share and without asking for it from our server, the order came with 6 little cups and spoons that made it much easier for us to divvy things up without mess.
It’s little things like this that make a dining experience special.
Great Filipino food! Same as home
Always a pleasure when dining at Max's Restaurant. Exceptional Customer Service every time.
Miss Filipino food and this place is awesome
We had our office wind-up there. It was nice to try food from the Philippines. A first for most of us.Lots of tasty options for a family style sharing meal.
Had the dineout menu with my coworkers as it is their first time, lots of selection. Service was not good though, had to call for them every time. They didn't serve water while we waited and looked at the menu. They keep forgetting one person's dish so we would be waiting before we would eat. Not the greatest first impression for my coworkers.
food was good and our server was great considering it was very busy
definitely will go back to try other food on the menu
4 of us tried Max for dinner and ate the dine out meal. At first, the waiter was attentive, but as it got busier we were hard pressed to get his attention. He did not check back for water or for a second beer that my companion was wanting. The appies were fried, tasteless pockets which could have come from M and M meat shop. My main course, peanut beef stew, was bland as well. Our vegetarian friend was only given one option for the main, sizzling tofu, which funny enough, tasted better than our meat dishes. But no fresh veggies with the tofu, just tofu.
We will not recommend this restaurant to other friends.
Jasper our server always takes care of us and he is the main reason we eat there. The food tastes delicious as well.
They were very short staffed but the two servers there never let the stress get to them. They were very pleasant and happy all throughout lunch rush.
Max's Restaurant - Cuisine of the Philippines does offer delivery in partnership with Uber Eats. Max's Restaurant - Cuisine of the Philippines also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (604) 435-3505.
Max's Restaurant - Cuisine of the Philippines is rated 3.8 stars by 81 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.