Dragon Court, the renowned Chinese restaurant at Manila Prince Hotel, officially reopened its doors on September 27, 2023. The occasion was celebrated with lively Dragon and Lion dance performances alongside an inaugural lunch that brought together esteemed members of the media, hotel executives, and loyal patrons.
The intimate gathering showcased the restaurant’s ambiance and culinary offerings. Guests were treated to the delectable Mid-Autumn set menu – a selection of traditional Chinese dishes such as Hakaw, Siomai, Stir-Fried Beef in Oyster Sauce, Salt and Pepper Spareribs, and Yang Chow Rice.
The festivities continued with a dice game, adding an element of fun and excitement to the event. Lucky winners walked away with a range of prizes, such as Dragon Court gift vouchers, Marcelino St. Café buffet vouchers, and mooncakes by The Manila Hotel.
Dragon Court showcases an interior reminiscent of golden Chinese design. It boasts comfortable seating, elegant décor, and warm lighting that together create an inviting ambiance. For those seeking a more intimate dining experience, the restaurant offers five (5) private dining rooms.
The reopening of Dragon Court marks a significant milestone for Manila Prince Hotel – showing the hotel’s commitment to delivering exceptional dining experience to its patrons. “We are thrilled to welcome our valued guests back to Dragon Court. Our commitment to serving traditional Chinese cuisine remains,” shared Ester Joy Yap, director of food and beverage.
Dragon Court is open for lunch from 11 am to 3 pm and dinner from 6 pm to 10 pm, from Mondays to Sundays.
About Manila Prince
Manila Prince Hotel, a subsidiary of The Manila Hotel, is situated in the heart of Manila’s business district. It is located close to the city’s top tourist spots as well as main transportation hubs. With its 300 well-appointed rooms, 10 function rooms and ballrooms, an elegant lobby with 24-hour reception, a business center, a swimming pool, and gym access, Manila Prince Hotel offers value for money and stylish comfort.
Along with excellent service and luxurious hospitality, the hotel has two (2) exciting dining outlets: Marcelino Street Café, the all-day dining restaurant, and Dragon Court, the Chinese restaurant. The hotel is attached to UN Square Mall for convenient shopping and dining. These and more make Manila Prince Hotel a top choice for both leisure and business travelers.