Max's NEW Sizzling Sisig Is A Leveled-Up Version Of Their Sizzling Tofu

Is it sizzling sisig or sizzling tofu?

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The Sizzling Tofu of Max's Restaurant may be the second most popular menu item but sometimes, you can miss the crispy pork bits that borders on being chicharon when you order pork sisig. If you ever do feel like you're torn between choosing one over the other, now you don't have to choose because you get the best of both in the new Sizzling Tofu Con Pork Sisig

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The creamy sauce that you love in your sizzling tofu is paired with the meaty crispness that you get when pork bits are still sizzling on a hot plate. The combination is mouth-watering enough to justify a nice big mound of steamed rice to complement all those crisp bits plus the unique sisig sauce that result in the marriage of the two kinds of ulams in one appetizing platter. 

Want your classic sisig to be all pork? That's okay because you can still indulge your love for sisig with Max's Sizzling Crispy Pork Sisig without the tokwa. 

Are you ready to dig in? The Sizzling Tofu con Pork Sisig (P349) and Sizzling Crispy Pork Sisig (P399) is available starting today, June 24, for dine-in. Note that prices may change if ordered for take-out and delivery.

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The Sizzling Tofu con Pork Sisig and Sizzling Crispy Pork Sisig can be ordered through Max's Restaurant hotline (888-79000) or website. Visit Max's official Facebook page for more information.

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