NEWS & PROMOS

- Be updated on the latest happenings

News & Promos

Be updated on the lastest happenings

News

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls Opens Manila’s First AsiaTown in McKinley West

  • Venice Grand Canal
Aug 05, 2019

New dining destination to offer first-in-PH concepts and flavors from all over the continent


MCKINLEY WEST - Lifestyle malls pioneer Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is opening Manila’s first AsiaTown, another innovative concept aimed to elevate the dining experience of Filipino foodies and diners. 

Designed to showcase the rich culture and flavors of Asia, AsiaTown features a diverse collection of different establishments that specialize in pan-Asian cuisine in an ambient park-like setting. The venue can also hold outdoor performances, weekly attractions from 5:00 pm onwards and will also feature art installations to delight visitors. 

From the dishes to the attractions, AsiaTown is crafted to treat the senses to an all-Asian experience including first-in-the-Philippines Asian restaurants.

First-in-the-Philippines dining establishments

Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh serves signature bak kut teh or pork rib soup popular in Singapore. The originating roots of "Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh" can be traced all the way to the 1920s. And as their tagline goes, you can now Savour The Taste Of Traditional Teochew Heritage with their vast selection of soup specialties like Premium Loin Rib Soup, Pork Tenderloin Soup, Pig’s Tail Soup plus braised delicacies, vegetables and speciality dishes like Signature Braised Pig's Trotters (Te Kah), Honey Baked Char Shao, Spinach With Top Shell Abalone, and Oyster Sauce Vegetables (Chye Xin).

Another first in the country is Black Sugar, one of the newest additions to Filipinos’ milktea selections. Originally from Taiwan, they take pride in serving freshly brewed tea leaves daily, and using high-quality sugar canes in place of artificial fructose sweeteners. With a lengthy selection for drinks alone, you can expect a lot of flavors, colors, textures, and combinations to choose from. One of their best sellers is Black Sugar Healthy Grain with ground peanuts, walnuts, and black sesame as toppings. Other unique drink selections are Black Tea Macchiato, Blue Sky Bubble Soda, Black Frost Charcoal Cream, Black Sugar Choco Dirty Milk, Dirty Mango Macchiato. They have snacks and rice meals as well, like the Signature Chicken Pie, Egg Waffles, Taiwanese Chicken Rice, Fish Tofu and Chicken Pops.


AsiaTown will also include a wing featuring the largest Chinese Food Hall housing China’s best cuisine from different regions all under one roof called Chao Tian Men, which measures 700sqm, with VIP rooms for private meetings/gatherings.

Chase the Flavors of Asia


Kisoya, a traditional Japanese restaurant with Korean fusion founded in 1988 from South Korea serves products that are of the highest and freshest quality by making their own noodles- ramen, udon and soba in house. Aside from that, they also make their own panko bread crumbs from fresh bread with the help of their own bread crusher machine.

Madrone, on the other hand, serves Meditterenean kebabs and local beers on a laid back outdoor setting. Perfect for after work chill sessions with friends and officemates, try their “make your own menu” where customers choose a carb (pita, rice or fries), protein (falafel, beef or chicken), salad and dip.

Nothing beats the familiarity of home-cooked cuisine, but Salu takes it to another level, offering unique gastronomic experiences of FIlipino food for its guests. Get to know Philippine cuisine and culture as Salu delivers the best regional flavors from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. 


And completing AsiaTown, guests can also find Samgyeopmasarap, Banh Mi Kitchen, Malongo Atelier Barista and Starbucks among others. In the pipeline is a Viet-Thai concept, and AsiaTown will be adding street food concepts for the remaining spaces in the middle of the park.

AsiaTown is situated along Le Grand Avenue between West Campus Buildings, in the business district of upscale McKinley West, which is home to expat communities, multinational corporations and BPOs, international schools and embassies. 


New dining destination to offer first-in-PH concepts and flavors from all over the continent

MCKINLEY WEST - Lifestyle malls pioneer Megaworld Lifestyle Malls is opening Manila’s first AsiaTown, another innovative concept aimed to elevate the dining experience of Filipino foodies and diners.

Designed to showcase the rich culture and flavors of Asia, AsiaTown features a diverse collection of different establishments that specialize in pan-Asian cuisine in an ambient park-like setting. The venue can also hold outdoor performances, weekly attractions from 5:00 pm onwards and will also feature art installations to delight visitors.

From the dishes to the attractions, AsiaTown is crafted to treat the senses to an all-Asian experience including first-in-the-Philippines Asian restaurants.

First-in-the-Philippines dining establishments

Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh serves signature bak kut teh or pork rib soup popular in Singapore. The originating roots of "Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh" can be traced all the way to the 1920s. And as their tagline goes, you can now Savour The Taste Of Traditional Teochew Heritage with their vast selection of soup specialties like Premium Loin Rib Soup, Pork Tenderloin Soup, Pig’s Tail Soup plus braised delicacies, vegetables and speciality dishes like Signature Braised Pig's Trotters (Te Kah), Honey Baked Char Shao, Spinach With Top Shell Abalone, and Oyster Sauce Vegetables (Chye Xin).

Another first in the country is Black Sugar, one of the newest additions to Filipinos’ milktea selections. Originally from Taiwan, they take pride in serving freshly brewed tea leaves daily, and using high-quality sugar canes in place of artificial fructose sweeteners. With a lengthy selection for drinks alone, you can expect a lot of flavors, colors, textures, and combinations to choose from. One of their best sellers is Black Sugar Healthy Grain with ground peanuts, walnuts, and black sesame as toppings. Other unique drink selections are Black Tea Macchiato, Blue Sky Bubble Soda, Black Frost Charcoal Cream, Black Sugar Choco Dirty Milk, Dirty Mango Macchiato. They have snacks and rice meals as well, like the Signature Chicken Pie, Egg Waffles, Taiwanese Chicken Rice, Fish Tofu and Chicken Pops.

AsiaTown will also include a wing featuring the largest Chinese Food Hall housing China’s best cuisine from different regions all under one roof called Chao Tian Men, which measures 700sqm, with VIP rooms for private meetings/gatherings.

Chase the Flavors of Asia

Kisoya, a traditional Japanese restaurant with Korean fusion founded in 1988 from South Korea serves products that are of the highest and freshest quality by making their own noodles- ramen, udon and soba in house. Aside from that, they also make their own panko bread crumbs from fresh bread with the help of their own bread crusher machine.

Madrone, on the other hand, serves Meditterenean kebabs and local beers on a laid back outdoor setting. Perfect for after work chill sessions with friends and officemates, try their “make your own menu” where customers choose a carb (pita, rice or fries), protein (falafel, beef or chicken), salad and dip.

Nothing beats the familiarity of home-cooked cuisine, but Salu takes it to another level, offering unique gastronomic experiences of FIlipino food for its guests. Get to know Philippine cuisine and culture as Salu delivers the best regional flavors from Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.

And completing AsiaTown, guests can also find Samgyeopmasarap, Banh Mi Kitchen, Malongo Atelier Barista and Starbucks among others. In the pipeline is a Viet-Thai concept, and AsiaTown will be adding street food concepts for the remaining spaces in the middle of the park.

AsiaTown is situated along Le Grand Avenue between West Campus Buildings, in the business district of upscale McKinley West, which is home to expat communities, multinational corporations and BPOs, international schools and embassies.


  • Share This