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Okada Manila celebrates authentic 6-day Octoberfest

Have your fill of authentic German cuisine with live cooking, free-flowing German beer, festive music by a Viennese band, interactive games, game boots, exciting raffle draws, lovely models and beer maidens, photo booth and souvenir shops—everyone’s invited to join in Okada Manila’s authentic six-day Octoberfest.

To make things even more exciting, Okada Manila is building a replica of a Bavarian village inside the Crystal Corridor where guests can truly enjoy an authentic Octoberfest mood. Unlimited authentic German food with live cooking will be served, including poached munch veal sausages, Bavarian meat loaf with potato salad and Bavarian snacks called brotzeitbrettl. To spice up the experience, free-flowing German Weihenstephan beer will be served by Okada Manila’s very own beer maidens. And adding further to the festive mood is lively music courtesy of a German band, flown in especially for the celebration. Guests will also be entertained with interactive games, game booths, photo booth and raffle of premium prizes.

“Octoberfest is very special as it is that singular event where you gather with your friends or family and just have pure good time with great food, drinks, music and fun,” says Okada Manila’s F&B Director Sumit Rajput. “And Okada Manila is proud to be the only venue that provides the biggest and most lavish celebration ‘indoors’, thanks to the Crystal Corridor’s state-of-the-art climate control.”


The weeklong celebration will start on September 23 to 28, 2019 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. For more information, email Restaurantreservation@okadamanila.com.

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