When the clock strikes 5 on Wednesday through Sunday, Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s eponymous restaurant in City of Dreams Manila begins serving discerning diners its Japanese-Peruvian dishes.
Nobu Manila has begun welcoming guests for dinner since Nov. 6, offering a safe and conducive location for date nights and intimate dinners among family and friends.
In addition to the restaurant’s bestselling Black Cod Miso, New Style Sashimi, Rock Shrimp Tempura, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño, and Beef Tobanyaki, the reopening brings with it new dishes created by head chef Michael de Jesus, as well as new sushi and sashimi specialties by head sushi chef Kei Hirukawa.
Chef De Jesus whips up two dishes that creatively infuse Filipino flavors: Nobu Manila Style Kurobuta Pork Sisig, which is a medley of kurobuta pork belly (a highly flavorful premium cut), aji amarillo aioli, bacon furikake, and poached egg; and Green Tea Leche Flan with homemade mochi pearls, azuki beans, and goma tuile.
Tofu Sliders, Nori Tacos, and Tomato Matsuhisa Salad are among the other new dishes available.
Nobu’s eight-course Signature Omakase, specialty tempura, tobanyaki (Nobu roast specialties), yakimono (grilled items), brick-oven dishes, kushiyaki (grilled skewers), soup and noodle dishes, and a broad selection of sushi, sashimi and sushi rolls, salads, and soups complete the extensive menu.
A wide range of spirits and other refreshments, from premium sake, wines, beers and specialty cocktails to non-alcoholic beverages, enhance the dining experience.
Nobu Manila is serving dinner guests until 10:00 p.m., and until 11:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
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