It’s the time of the year that a lot of parents like you visit the blog for some party planning ideas. And today, since I think you might like to see party bundles that will deliver value for your money, I thought of sharing the 2016 Max’s Party Packages.
I have personally recommended Max Parties to my friends for their kids’ birthdays because having attended a few celebrations there, I can honestly say that I each had a pleasant experience. So if you are considering the restaurant for your child’s birthday, I’ll try my very best to give you a thorough overview of their party packages.
The Max’s 2016 Birthday Party packages come with delectable menu, amenities, party hosts as well as party kits for the kids. You and your child can can choose from the four party themes they offer: Super Racer, Princess Palace, Kiddie Chef and Junior Art. Happily, their party packages only require a minimum of 20 guests! Your kid and her close friends can already party for P9,000 at Max! A tasteful and quite affordable place to celebrate, isn’t it?
Scroll along and check the latest Max’s Birthday Party Packages and their inclusions!
2016 Max’s Party Packages: The Super Racer and the Princess Palace
The Super Race and the Princess Palace Party Packages at Max’s are, I believe, the two most popular themes of choice for birthday parties. With these packages, you’ll enjoy the use of a decorated venue for 2 hours, you’ll also get a themed birthday cake, party loot bags, game prizes and party favors. The party hosting as well as the appearance of Max’s Mascot are also in!
Here are the rates and the menu:
20 Kids: P9,000
30 Kids: P11, 750
1pc. Max’s Fried Chicken
20 Kids: P10,000
30 Kids: P13, 250
1pc. Max’s Spring Chicken
20 Kids: P11,000
30 Kids: P14, 750
Max’s Party Package: Kiddie Chef
Do you love the idea of hosting a chef-themed birthday? Time to gather the little chefs at your child’s party with this new theme at Max’s! I am likewise including the party rates for this theme. And since the menu for all the packages are the same, just refer to the details posted above for the menu offerings for each package. Rates vary due to the amenities included.
20 Kids: P11,500
30 Kids: P14,750
20 Kids: P12, 500
20 Kids: P13,500
30 Kids: P17,750
For the Kiddie Chef Party Package at Max’s, you will get the following amenities: Two hours use of venue, birthday theme cake, party room decor, kiddie chef tools and gears, choice of cupcake or DIY crinkle kit and invitation cards. Party hosting is also inclusive!
Max’s Party Package: Junior Art Master
If your kid loves Art, then the Junior Art Master Package at Max’s would be a great option. Here are the party rates for this theme:
20 Kids: P10,500
30 Kids: P13,250
20 Kids: P11,500
30 Kids: P14,750
20 Kids: P12,500
30 Kids: P16,250
For the Kiddie Chef Party Package at Max’s, you will enjoy the following amenities: Two hours use of venue, birthday theme cake, party room decor, artists tools and gears, arts and crafts activities, invitation cards and a host for the party!
That’s practically it for Max’s Birthday Party Packages! Should you like to invite more guests, add P175-P270 per head, depending on your chosen package. For extras, you may get more lootbags at P100 each, invitation cards at P5, Balloon Cloud at P30 and Balloon on Sticks at P30. There is a slight price difference on the add-ons depending on your chosen theme.
Menu Options for Adults
I believe you’re also interested to view the menu potions for your adults guests. For Max’s Adult Menu, packages start at P 15, 666 for 30 pax. To give you an idea on the menu offerings for this package, here it is:
Veggie Lumpia Bites
Soup of the Day
Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet
Max’s Regular Fried Chicken
You may also opt to avail their consumable rates at P18,000 for 30 pax, P30,000 for 50 pax and P60,000 for 100 pax.
The food photos got me hungry! I want to have Kare-kare for my lunch later. Hahaha! Anyway, should you like to see the complete 2016 Party Packages at Max’s, you may read the party brochure HERE.
Happy Party Planning!
Disclosure: There’s nothing to disclose, this is not a sponsored post.