Max’s Group, Inc. Redefines the Metro’s Dining Culture with Burgos Eats

One of the things we urban Filipinos love to do is eat out and when it comes to delicious food, Max’s Group of Restaurants such as Yellow Cab, Pancake House, Krispy Kreme, Jamba Juice and Teriyaki Boy, is definitely on top of those must-dine-in at places.

But you know the challenge urban Filipinos face when given so many options of where to eat especially when you’re a group of hungry individuals? Different preferences. Well, Max’s Group clearly understands this dilemma and so they ventured into the lifestyle hotspot that is Burgos Circle in Bonifacio Global City to introduce ira pioneering shared space, multi-format dining concept, Burgos Eats.



Facade of MGI

We got invited to check it out recently.


A lot of food from restaurant favorites were served for early dinner.

There were also some activities prepared for the bloggers which we tried out.

We ordered a smoothie from Jamba Juice and I actually made my own.



Maila on the other hand tried her hand in making her very own Krispy Kreme donut.


Burgos Eats allows MGI – the largest causal dining operator in the country – to go beyond their individual stores and create a venue where a community of diners can interact with each other and some of the company’s loved food brands.

Inside Burgos Eats diners will find themselves surrounded by the multiple yet distinct characteristics of MGI brands such as the vibrant New York mood of Yellow Can, the friendly Japanese experience of Teriyaki Boy, the joyful sweetness of Krispy Kreme treats, the healthy blends of Jamba Juice and the warm, homey atmosphere of Pancake House – all under one roof.

The best thing about this shared space? Diners have the freedom and flexibility to order from any of the five MGI stores at the venue without having to physically move from one store to the next.

Mr. Jim T. Fuentebella, MGI’s Executive Director for Marketing said they envision Burgos Eats to become a breath of fresh air in the local casual dining scene and enrich the Filipinos’ dining tradition while catering to the country’s changing food culture.

Burgos Eats transforms one’s ordinary dining expectation to curate a more intimate yet interactive urban dining experience. This place is definitely worth checking out folks!

Burgos Eats

Burgos Circle

Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 


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