Breakfast at Max–Champorado sans Tuyo (dried fish)


Max Restaurant
1407 Quezon Avenue, Quezon City
Tel: 373-7355 to 56

There is a saying “Eat breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince and Dinner like a Pauper”. On my last trip back home, I had a craving for “Champorado” with “Tuyo” (dried fish) for breakfast. "Champorado” is a sweet chocolate rice porridge, served as a traditional Filipino breakfast, a king’s feast.  Note, to tone down the bitterness of the chocolate you should add milk.

On my last trip home I went to a Max restaurant try their “Triple Chocolate Champorado”.
Unfortunately, you can’t order the traditional “Tuyo”(dried fish) to go with this dish. But, in spite of the lack of “Tuyo” their “Champorado” is so far the best I ever had.


Here’s the “Champorado” mixed with milk


Coffee with biscotti.


Other things to try at Max for breakfast:

Arroz Caldo (Rice Porridge):


Max Restaurant is definitely a place for Good Eats. Now, if I can only convince them to serve Tuyo with their Champorado this would make it a “Heavenly place” for Breakfast.


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