Friday, May 24, 2024

Nobu Manila at City of Dreams offers The Ultimate Indulgence with Nobu Weekend Brunch

Nobu Manila has recently debuted a Saturday brunch buffet, in addition to the popular Nobu Sunday brunch, for food enthusiasts to enjoy another daytime indulgence in the world of Nobu. 

The Nobu Weekend Brunch highlights a distinctive experience with the innovative new-style Japanese cuisine popularized by the globally renowned Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, and deliciously served by Nobu Manila Head Chef Michael de Jesus and Head Sushi Chef Kei Hirukawa.  

Nobu Manila’s hybrid buffet includes an all-you-can-eat a la carte selection showcasing Nobu specialty dishes prepared a la minute, which on a rotating menu may include Signature Sashimi Trio: Tuna Matsuhisa, Yellow Tail Jalapeño and Salmon Karashi Su Miso and Black Cod Butter Lettuce.

Savor unlimited servings of Nobu new-style sushi and sashimi at the Nobu weekend brunch

Slipper Lobster with yuzu garlic aioli from the all-you-can-eat a la carte menu

Black Cod Butter Lettuce

The a la carte choices complement the buffet of premium sushi, sashimi, nigiri, salads, hot dishes, and other Japanese brunch favorites. Not to be missed are the fresh Irish Gallagher oysters, slipper lobsters, blue crabs and prawns heaped on a bed of ice, which vary depending on seasonal availability. 

The 16-hour roast wagyu beef carving highlights the Nobu brunch

Relish freshly-grilled skewered meats and vegetables from the Kushiyaki station

Diners get introduced to various Nobu signature sauces throughout the meal. Live action stations featuring carving of the day: Roasted Whole U.S. Prime Ribeye, Porchetta, Smoked Whole Beef Brisket or other specialty carving; kushiyaki (grilled and skewered meats and vegetables); a lavish desserts corner and beverage bar complete the brunch offer. Nobu Manila’s brunch also puts a spotlight on Filipino-inspired dishes prepared the Nobu way, such as pork Nobu Sisig or Nobu-style Uni Palabok.

Cap the Nobu weekend brunch experience with an assortment of decadent desserts

Kokoro, Chef Nobu’s service trademark that means “from the heart” makes the difference in the luxurious visual and gastronomic weekend feast.

Guests get to choose their seating preferences: whether at the restaurant’s spacious indoor dining area with two private dining rooms, or al fresco at the tropical-themed patio and any of the five floating cabanas surrounded by cooling water features and lush garden. A warm and anticipative service staff trained in custom Nobu style of service elevates the Nobu brunch experience.

The Regular brunch package is available for P3,499 net per person and includes unlimited non-alcoholic drinks:  soda, chilled juices, mocktails, iced tea and hot tea, and coffee, while children ages 6 to 12 years enjoy a special rate of P1,749 per child. At an additional P1,330.70 net per adult, the Standard package comes with unlimited beverages in the regular package plus a host of select red and white wine, cocktails, local beers, and spirits; while the Premium package priced at an added P2,550.54 net per adult is comprised of unlimited beverages included in the regular and standard packages plus unlimited champagne and champagne cocktails.

The Nobu Weekend Brunch is from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM on Saturday and Sunday, with varying menu highlights each week. Nobu Manila is also open for dinner daily from 5 PM to 10 PM on Thursday to Sunday, and until 11 PM on Friday and Saturday.

For inquiries and reservations, call 8800-8080 or e-mail or For more information, visit Explore more of City of Dreams Manila’s promotional offers, rewards, or instantly check Melco Club points with the new Melco Club App, available for free download on iOS and Android. 

About City of Dreams Manila

City of Dreams Manila, which opened in February 2015 is at the gateway to Entertainment City in Parañaque and part of the Aseana City township development.

The resort features: modern gaming spaces including VIP and premium mass gaming facilities Qi Long and Sky Gaming; three Forbes Travel Guide (FTG)-rated luxury hotel brands: Nüwa Manila (Five-Star since 2018), Nobu Hotel (Four-Star since 2018) and Hyatt Regency Manila City of Dreams (Four-Star since 2017); health and wellness facilities that include Nüwa Spa (FTG Five-Star since 2020) and Nobu Spa; more than 20 restaurants and bars; The Shops at the Boulevard; and distinctive entertainment venues -- DreamPlay, the world’s first DreamWorks-themed family entertainment center, and CenterPlay a contemporary entertainment bar at the focal point of the main gaming floor.

Forbes Travel Guide also named City of Dreams Manila in 2022, the winner of the Work Here, Work Happy, an accolade which distinguished the resort’s “employee love” initiatives at the annual Best of the Year Awards. It also named the resort in 2023, one of only three Finalists in the inaugural 2023 Responsible Hospitality Award for outstanding commitment to sustainable practices at the luxury level, a recognition which amplifies the prestigious ASEAN Green Hotel Award for 2022-2024 presented to the resort’s three luxury hotels. The resort is also recognized with RG Check for Responsible Gaming through the accreditation received by Melco for its properties in all its jurisdictions of operations.

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About Melco Resorts and Entertainment (Philippines) Corporation

Integrated casino developer Melco Resorts and Entertainment (Philippines) Corporation (“MRP”) is a subsidiary of Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (NASDAQ:“MLCO”), the developer, owner and operator of casino gaming and entertainment casino resort facilities in Asia and Europe.  MRP’s subsidiary, Melco Resorts Leisure (PHP) Corporation (“Melco Leisure”), which developed City of Dreams Manila together with SM Investments Corporation, Belle Corporation and Premium Leisure Amusement, Inc., operates and manages the luxury integrated resort.

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