Thursday, June 24, 2021

Lucky Chinatown Kicks Off Manila Restaurant Week’s Frozen Weekends


In celebration of Manila's 450th Founding Anniversary, diners can avail of exclusive promos from select restaurants!


Lucky Chinatown, the premier lifestyle destination and gateway to Manila’s Chinatown, is hosting the kickoff of the second run of the Manila Restaurant Week, a weeklong food festival aimed at showcasing the rich and diverse culinary culture of the Philippine capital.  Frozen Weekends, set to run from June 20 to July 4, 2021, primarily aims to encourage locals to support Manila-based food businesses and restaurants.


Launched in partnership with Manila Bureau of Permits as part of the events under Manila’s 450th founding anniversary, Frozen Weekends offer foodies with exclusive deals and discounts from participating restaurants. Diners can look forward to a feast of chilled food and beverages, including ice cream, dessert and cold beverages.

MRW’s initial run in September 2020 saw more than 80 food establishments participating in the food fair, including well-known global brands and hidden-gem restaurants.

Participating restaurants at Lucky Chinatown include:

      Sbarro Philippines

      Bonchon Chicken Philippines

      Pho hoa

      J.CO Donuts & Coffee, Philippines

      Pepper Lunch Philippines

      Shakey's Philippines

      Pancake House

      Max's Restaurant

      Classic Savory

      SHI LIN

      Sincerity Cafe and Restaurant

      Lan Zhou La Mien

      Mang Inasal Philippines

      KING CHEF Seafood Restaurant


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

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, check out or call our hotline 8-462-8888.


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