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Al fresco spots at City of Dreams Manila

Luxury casino resort City of Dreams Manila in Parañaque highlights its open-air, well-ventilated spots to assure dine-in guests of their safety as they enjoy their meals. 

Breezes, Wave
Outdoor dining areas of (from left) Breezes, Wave, and Nobu Manila (below)

Nobu Manila

Nobu Manila has floating cabanas and patio where al fresco diners are surrounded by a lush garden while indulging in the restaurant’s donburi menu including Nobu Manila-style Pork Sisig, sous vide pork belly with aji amarillo aioli, poached egg, and bacon furikake; and Nobu-style Bistek, a flavorful combination of beef cubes, shiitake mushrooms, and caramelized onions with yuzu soy. 

Meanwhile, the casino-resort’s contemporary restaurant-cum-bar venues at the pool deck – Wave, adjacent to Nobu Manila, and Breezes at Nuwa Manila – also make for a pleasant open-air all-day dining. 

Guests can choose from a menu that includes breakfast favorites, salads, savory sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, pasta, fish and chips, deep-fried calamari, and nachos, which go well with smoothies, juices, cocktails, and spirits that complete the tropical vibe of both al fresco restaurants. 

Restaurant-cum-bar venues Breezes and Wave serve (from left) Caprese Salad, Grilled Ribeye Tagliata, and passion fruit lemonade and strawberry banana smoothie.
Restaurant-cum-bar venues Breezes and Wave serve (from left) Caprese Salad, Grilled Ribeye Tagliata, and passion fruit lemonade and strawberry banana smoothie.
Nobu Manila is open daily from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. for dine-in and take-away. Wave and Breezes accept guests and orders from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. The restaurants operate at 50 percent capacity. Call (02) 8800-8080 or e-mail [email protected] to book a seat. 

Topics: Al fresco spots , City of Dreams Manila , Nobu Manila , Wave , Breezes
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