Lucky Chinatown Leads Manila Restaurant Week Kickoff

Lucky Chinatown

Diners get to enjoy fixed-price menus at participating restaurants at weeklong food festival

Binondo, Manila – Lucky Chinatown, the premier lifestyle destination and gateway to Manila’s Chinatown, hosts the official launch of the Manila Restaurant Week, a weeklong food festival that showcases the rich culinary culture and treasures of the nation’s capital.

Manila Restaurant Week

Officially kicking off via virtual launch to be held at the Lucky Chinatown Atrium, the gastronomic showcase runs from Sept. 20 to 27 and aims to promote Manila-based local food businesses bounce back from the effects of the pandemic.

Members of the media, celebrities and influencers, along with officials from the city government of Manila went around different participating restaurants to introduce their offerings on different online platforms. 

Over 60 food establishments, from well-known global brands to hidden-gem restaurants are expected to participate in the festival, with each will be showcasing their specialties and offering fixed-price menus to diners. 

Dining guests can avail prix fixe or fixed-price breakfast, lunch, and dinner meals for dine-in, takeout and delivery services at selected food establishments. E-vouchers may also be purchased from third-party partners.

Participating Restaurants at Lucky Chinatown include:

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Happy Lemon

Cool down with a selection of beverages, coolers, milk teas and other refreshing drinks

3F, Lucky Chinatown

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Ling Nam

Experience comfort dining with quality and authentic Chinese noodles, congee, siopao and siomai

GF, Lucky Chinatown

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Pho Hoa

Get your Vietnamese fix from spring rolls to vermicelli bowls or a healthy bowl of phở

3F, Lucky Chinatown

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Sbarro

Have a savory meal of New York-style pizza and other Italian-American cuisine specials.

2F, Lucky Chinatown

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Shakey’s

You can never go wrong with the classic pizza parlor serving up special hand-tossed pizzas and chicken n’ mojos.

4F, Lucky Chinatown

Manila Restaurant Week
  • Express Sincerity Restaurant

Savor Manila heritage at Binondo’s prized hole-in-the-wall, serving the famous Sincerity chicken and authentic, old-school Chinese food.

GF, Lucky Chinatown

With customer safety in mind, Lucky Chinatown establishments will follow safety and sanitation guidelines, including mandatory wearing of face mask and face shield, temperature check, footwear disinfection and social distancing through floor and table markets.

The Manila Restaurant Week campaign is part of the #ManilaSupportLocalChallenge, which aims to encourage people to eat, shop and patronize local products and businesses. It seeks to support city-based entrepreneurs, particularly local restaurateurs, the city government of Manila and the Philippine local economy at large.

World-renowned singer and artist Lea Salonga has expressed support for the food festival, allowing the city of Manila to use her latest song, “Dream Again,” for the event.

With over 22,000 restaurants, Manila is known as a food hub for tourists and locals alike. It boasts of a plethora of restaurants that offer international and local cuisine, from branches of popular restaurant chains to hole-in-the-wall cafes that serve a taste of Philippine heritage. 

For more information on the latest happenings, visit Megaworld Lifestyle Malls’ Facebook Page or call the hotline at 8-462-8888.

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