(SPOT.ph) There's always a place, thing, movie, or book that people have noted to be classics. They are timeless, and they go beyond generations. For one thing, we have classic restaurants. These are the places that we keep coming back to, mainly because every time that we do, we get the comfort of familiar flavors, and each experience is better than the last. Max's Restaurant, for one, is probably one of those ultimate Filipino classics, and it seems we're not the only ones who think so.
Jonathan Gold, a Pulitzer prize-winning food critic, recently wrote about Max's in the L.A. Times. In his article, "Jonathan Gold's 6 Favorite Asian Fried Chicken Joints in the L.A. Area," he raved about how Max's chicken is "pretty much the right call, lightly vinegary, beautifully crisp and served with banana ketchup," even adding that you shouldn't forget the halo-halo for dessert.
May we also suggest the chicken sisig, Mr. Gold?
Photo courtesy of Max's Restaurant.