Nobu's Iconic Sunday Brunch Is Back For A Limited Time Only!
The most sought after weekend brunch is back in town. Get the deets here!
Just in time for your holiday festivities, Nobu Manila at City of Dreams sought-after Sunday Brunch returns exclusively this December. It's the perfect time to rediscover the indulgence of the new-style Japanese cuisine globally popularized by the legendary Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. Elevating the renowned ‘Nobu experience,’ Nobu Manila is taking diners on a different culinary journey each Sunday of the month with varying menu highlights from December 5, 2021 to January 2, 2022.
If you're hesitant about indoor dining, don't worry. The restaurant has a tropical-themed patio with floating cabanas surrounded by cooling waterworks and a lush garden. In short, the perfect al fresco venue for a leisurely Sunday brunch for families with children and seniors, in accordance with prevailing Alert 2 dining guidelines.
As you might expect, this brunch is a visual feast. Action stations offer the day’s specialty dishes with an extensive selection of appetizers; a varied fare of kushiyaki or grilled skewered seafood, red meat, poultry and vegetables to excite the palate; a carving item which varies each week, from dry aged ribeye, kurobuta porchetta, salmon fillet new style, whole wagyu leg, to shichimi crusted ribeye. For variety, different rice and specialty dishes are offered weekly to complement the salads and soups.
You may choose dishes from the display counter, which chefs prepare fresh from the kitchen. These may be served individually on mini plates and lacquer masu (Japanese cups) or plated family style if you want to share. From the a la carte menu, add such dishes as: wagyu pastrami with ube shokupan sliders, black cod miso on butter lettuce, wagyu sliders with bao buns, and grilled baby octopus with anticucho sauce, to name a few. Mocktails, chilled juices, soda, tea or coffee are also included in the brunch price.
Nobu’s renowned innovative cuisine also introduces touches of local flavors and puts a spotlight on Filipino-inspired dishes, including Nobu-style wagyu sisig, Nobu-style kurobuta pork sisig, and Nobu-style salmon “tinapa” (smoked fish) fried rice, which are offered alongside Nobu classic dishes that meld Japanese and Peruvian flavors. Seasonal fresh oysters, custom Nobu sashimi, sushi and maki roll creations matched with Nobu signature sauces and dressings such as the Karashi Su Miso (KSM) and Matsuhisa dressing, are some of the appetizers uniquely Nobu, as are the various confectionery customized by Nobu Manila’s chefs.
Nobu Sunday Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For the rest of the week, Nobu Manila offers an a la carte, and eight-course signature Omakase menus for dinner from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. from Sundays to Thursdays, and until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Nobu’s dinner menu provides delectable choices of Japanese-Peruvian hot and cold dishes, signature sushi and sashimi fare, various dishes prepared ala minute in teppan stations, as well as options for vegetarian and sustainable seafood, among others.
Reservations are encouraged. Please call (02) 8800-8080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, visit www.cityofdreamsmanila.com.