Wednesday, October 3, 2012

The Red Crab Lucky Chinatown is Now Officially Open!

There's no more reason for you to miss one of the best restaurants in Manila now, because after it is being blessed and welcomed by the city mayor himself, indulging at the scrumptious crab dishes of The Red Crab Alimango House here in Lucky Chinatown is now a must-experience in this lovely City of Manila!

Last September 23, Manila City, together with its father, Mayor Alfredo S. Lim, and some personalities from the Chinese community, welcomed the latest addition to the city's appetizing line of classy restaurants with The Red Crab Alimango House official opening at Lucky Chinatown in Binondo District.

Filled with appetizing welcoming, the celebration was felt all over the place as the parade of The Red Crab Alimango House Lucky Chinatown's pride took the spotlight and presented themselves as the 24K!

Twenty four "crabful" plates showcasing the 24 different ways on how to eat your favorite crustacean. Of course there's the crowd's favorite, Crab Maritess, that never fails to hit the right spot of our craving.

Crab Maritess

Alongside these sumptuous crab dishes were other viands that you can try and enjoy here at The Red Crab Alimango House Lucky Chinatown such as their Kare-Kare, Kinilaw Sampler, Golden Fried Catfish with Sunshine Curry,Crispy Cuchinillo,Seafood Puchero ala Bouillabaise Royale and many, many more!

I've been to this place for quite a lot of times, and I must say that the crew's service never fails to amaze me - something that makes me and my family enjoy every time we visit this place.

So, if you are drooling over those pictures now, well, here's the spot to hit - 2nd floor, Lucky Chinatown Mall, Reina Regente Street corner Dela Reina Street, Binondo, Manila!

See you all there and happy eating! :-)

1 comment:

  1. My family and I love Chinese food! We always dine in at President in Ongpin since time immemorial. But my happiest eating trip ever was when we were brought by my aunt and uncle in an exclusive buffet lunch in Shangri-La Hong Kong. We also always frequent Shang Palace in Makati which serves Cantonese specialties that evoke the grandeur of traditional China. I also had such a good time in Beijing, Hangzhou and Shanghai during my last visit in China primarily because of the Chinese food I feast on.


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