Max's Restaurant is an international chain that began in 1945 when a teacher named Maximo Gimenez opened a bistro for American troops stationed in Quezon City. The concept grew to hundreds of locations throughout the Philippines and more than a dozen in North America. Despite the global omnipresence of the brand, the Las Vegas version near Flamingo and Maryland Parkway has a special connection with the local Filipino community. Most come for the fried chicken, Max's signature dish, typically served whole with french fries and banana sauce in place of ketchup. The rest of the menu is rounded out with traditional favorites, including milkfish prepared as sinigang (tamarind soup), sizzling sisig, or daing na bangus (fried whole). The dining room is popular for large parties, and a fireplace and stone exterior date back to when the restaurant was a Lone Star Steakhouse.
How to order: Order online for delivery or pickup, join the waitlist for dining in.