November 28, 2021
Lucky Chinatown welcomes the holiday season with a burst of flavors and colors with the opening of its newest alfresco dining spot, Street Kitchen at Chinatown Walk.
The new food hub features a vibrant space with tables and chairs where people can dine and relax in an open-air setting. The whole place brightens up and sets a festive mood with neon lights displays and colorful hanging lanterns.
Asian street food is undeniably some of the best in the world, and Asian Street Kitchen is like a melting pot that brings them all together in one place for an unforgettable food adventure.
Featuring Binondo’s popular food destinations and up-and-coming merchants serving up various fascinating tastes from different parts of Asia, guests can spend the whole day in the quest to discover delicious eats.
Begin the gastronomic journey in Wai Ying Fastfood with their freshly-cooked dim sum, noodles, and other Cantonese cuisines. For modern Hong Kong-style eats, Sio Cha has White Chicken, Lechon Macau and Roast Duck, Char Siu Asado Rice, and more rice pairings.
There’s nothing like a boiling bowl of Seafood Shabu-Shabu from Fudao Sate Noodles. The shop cooks the broth for four hours, and then pours it over perfectly cooked noodles, seafood balls, dumplings, and shrimp.
Those in the mood for Korean can choose from Corndog 28’s appetizing and cheesy flavors. There’s also Bunsikjip Korean Street Food which serves japchae, kimbab, kimari, fish cake, and of course kimchi.
Authentic and affordable ramen, sushi, takoyaki, and gyoza options are available at JAP. Street for those craving for Japanese.
Modern Chinese restaurant Mann Hann serves quality food at reasonable prices, with excellent service. Some fan favorite dishes from the restaurant are Salt and Pepper Squid and Taosi Spareribs Rice.
Noodles are a staple food in most Asian homes, and one of the best meats to pair it with is beef. San Guo La Mien offers Beef Wanton Lamien, which is already good for two people. It’s loaded with flavors coming from the various ingredients, giving it layers of goodness in every sip.
Shi Lin is a restaurant that serves authentic Taiwanese and Chinese cuisines. One of their signature dishes is the well-loved Xiao Long Bao, which are precious dumplings handmade daily; and come in classic, truffle & pork, and crab fat & pork flavors.
The Binondo food trip experience wouldn’t be complete without dropping by the iconic Chinese resto Sincerity. Sincerity is famous for their crunchy fried chicken, fried rice, and other Filipino favorite comfort dishes.
At the end of the food strip, guests can also check out products at the retail shops that sell souvenirs and delicacies.
“We hope to offer a safe way for Filipinos to enjoy outdoor dining especially during the holiday season where there are lots of get-togethers with the family or friends. Lucky Chinatown’s Asian Street Kitchen has a delightful lineup of food stalls where guests can satisfy their Asian food cravings while in a comfortable setting,” said Graham Coates, Head of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.
Lucky Chinatown’s Asian Street Kitchen is open to guests daily. For the utmost protection of every guest, Lucky Chinatown implements the strict observance of minimum public health and safety protocols. Guests must wear their face masks and face shields at all times and strictly adhere to social distancing guidelines.
For more info on Street Kitchen at Chinatown Walk, visit www.luckychinatownstreetkitchen.com or call our hotline at 8-462-8888.