This Bilao Of Lumpia, Pancit, Gyoza, And Maki Only Costs P1,099

Satisfy your Japanese food + Filipino food cravings in one go!

IMAGE Max's Group

There are just those days that you can't help but crave for more than one dish or one cuisine. It can't be helped, but one would usually have to order from two separate establishments to satisfy both cravings. For those days when you're particularly craving Pinoy food and Japanese food at the same time, here's something that fits the bill. Say hello to Max's Group's new Japanese-Pinoy bilao called the Bento Bilao.

Max's Group's Bento Bilao highlights four products from their famous brands. You'll get Lumpiang Shanghai from Max's Restaurant and Pinaputok na Pancit from Dencio's, 10 pieces of Gyoza and eight pieces of Maki Rolls from Teriyaki Boy.

Ready to place an order? Max's Group's Bento Bilao is now available for takeout and delivery. You can call 888-79000 (for Metro Manila customers) or you can order online, too.

The Bento Bilao is available at these select stores:

  • - EDSA Eats-Cubao
  • - Max's Taytay
  • - Max's Jupiter
  • - Max's SM Bicutan
  • - Max's Pasig Kapitolyo
  • - Max's Antipolo
  • - Max's Commonwealth Fairview
  • - Max's Tagaytay
  • - Max's SM Fairview
  • - Max's Sumulong
  • - Max's Sucat
  • - Max's Kawit, Cavite
  • - Max's Las Pinas
  • - Max's Malate
  • - Max's EDSA Caloocan
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