Nobu Restaurant Manila: Good Breakfast, Great Dining Place!

Nobu Hotel City Of Dreams Manila, is a 321-room capacity inspired and founded by the world-renowned Japanese culinary genius Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Academy award-winning actor Robert De Niro and Hollywood producer Meir Teper. Its modern Japanese-inspired aesthetics was designed by the internationally-acclamed Rockwell group, whose hand also created the look and feel of Nobu restaurants throughout the world.

And speaking of restaurants, Nobu Hotel also has it’s own dining place that every guests and visiting customers will surely enjoy.

I always loved  Japanese food. I’ve been to different Japanese restaurants eating different japanese cuisines, but I have never experienced yet having a Japanese style breakfast. Just recently. I was invited together with other bloggers to dine at Nobu Restaurant  just inside Nobu Hotel in City Dreams of Manila and were able to experience a Japanese-inspired breakfast.

When we entered the place, we were warmly greeted by the staff. The place really looks amazing and very classy. You will definitely feel the luxurious ambiance as well. If I can, I would dine here everyday.

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Nobu Restaurant Manila is a contemporary fine dining venue located at Level 1 Pool Deck, Nobu Hotel with 335 seating capacity which includes Two Tepanyaki tables, a Chef’s table and others such as:

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Two private dining rooms.

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A Sushi bar.

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Floating Water Cabanas

Nobu Restaurant Manila serves modern Japanese cuisine influenced by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s travel through North and South America. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s culinary empire spans through 36 restaurants, in 28 cities and five continents. With his expertise, Guests at Nobu Hotel City of Dreams Manila can savor his signature contemporary artistic fusion of mouthwatering dishes and cuisines.

Back to breakfast. Nobu Restaurant Manila offers a buffet type of breakfast just like any other hotels. The choices in the buffet may be limited, but definitely, everything taste really good.

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There’s also a section there that you can order omelets, waffles, pancakes and french toast. You can even select different toppings, spreads, jams and ingredients for your omelet.

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Never miss the chance of ordering these two… The Green Tea Waffle and French Toast. OOOOH HEAVEN!!! You would really ask for more. The best waffle and french toast I have ever tasted.

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For refreshments, you can choose Hot chocolate (which is by the way, SOOOO GOOD!), coffee, and juices or just water.

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You can also try other Nobu Restaurant’s “specialty” food choices:

Breakfast specialties: Yuzu Soba Pancakes, Eggs Matsuhisa, Bagel and Lox, Breakfast Tobanyaki, and  Salmon and egg Donburi. 

Signature Dishes: Toro Tartar with Caviar, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeno, Whitefish Tiradito Style, Salmon New Style, Rock Shrimp Creamy Spicy, Squid Pasta, Black cod Miso, Beef Tobanyaki, Bento Box Dessert.

Signature Cocktails: Matsuhisa Martini, Pins Martini, Mango Passion, Mia Margarita, Yamasaki Sidecar, Lychee Martini, and Champagne 95.

Too bad, I wasn’t able to try the above list of specialty dishes and drinks, but I’m sure they’re also good. Definitely good.

Nobu Restaurant Manila is definitely a must go place for dining with your friends, family or maybe your date. It may be a bit pricey, but you can never buy the good experience of eating good food right? 🙂

Nobu Restaurant Manila is open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on weekdays, and till 11a.m. on weekends (For Breakfast) and from 6p.m. to 11p.m.

For more information, you may visit:

Website: www.nobuhotelmanila.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/NobuHotelManila

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