Trying Out the Breakfast Buffet at NOBU Restaurant Manila

Trying Out the Breakfast Buffet at NOBU Restaurant Manila

I know it has been said a million times but breakfast is definitely the most important meal of the day. But sometimes we often skip it because most of us would rather sleep in and wake late and have brunch instead. Personally, whenever I have an opportunity to cook up a nice breakfast for myself or in a mood to go out and have breakfast at a nice breakfast place, I do.

Breakfast at NOBU Restaurant

Incidentally, I was invited by Mr. Marlon Hirsch the General Manager of Nobu Hotel Manila to try out the breakfast buffet at NOBU Restaurant.

NOBU Restaurant is a contemporary fine dining venue with 335 seats with two private dining rooms, a sushi bar, floating water cabanas, two Teppanyaki tables and a Chef’s Table. Around the world, NOBU Restarant is know for their delicious menu of modern Japanese fused with infuences from Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s travels through North and South America. This is the second Nobu Branch worldwide. First is the Las Vegas U.S.A. branch.

Meanwhile you can take a look at the ambiance and a sneak peek at the buffet spread in thia video.

Breakfast at NOBU Restaurant

Unlike other five star restaurants and hotel in the country, the breakfast spread is not that overwhelming and long, however, they guarantee to serve the best breakfast with their NOBU Breakfast Specialties such as the Yuzu Soba Pancakes, Green Tea Waffles, Eggs Matsishisa, Bagel and Lox, Breakfast Tobanyaki and Salmon and Egg Donburi.

This was my favorite station, the waffles, pancakes and french toast yum!

Nobu Restaurant review

How many times did I go back to the buffet area to fill my plate? Can you guess? Haha!

Breakfast at NOBU Restaurant review

My favorites were the Greentea Waffles I had two plates serving haha yum! I also love their French Toast it is not like the usual French Toast it melts in your mouth super soft and moist sponge cake and the shape is different. I also love their hot chocolate!

NOBU Restaurant is open to NOBU Hotel City of Dreams Manila guests and non-guests for less than Php1,300.00 per person. But if you are a hotel guest beeakfast is inclusive for two per room, room rates is Php8,800.00 plus.

Nobu Restaurant breakfast bloggers batch 1

Mr. Hirsh talked about their amazing rooms with exquisite carpet, furnishings and size above First Class standards. I am looking forward to my stay at the Nobu Hotel City of Dreams soon and experience all other amenities such as the Nobu Pool that looks so inviting. Have an R&R at the Nobu Spa or just lounge around the biggest lobby ever.

Here’s the view outside

Nobu Restaurant Manila review

Nobu Restaurant serve breakfast starting at 6AM to 10AM on weekdays and up to 11AM weekends. Dinner is available from Php7PM to 11PM. They also serve ala carte dishes.

How about you have you tried dining at Nobu Restaurant?

Stay gorgeous everyone!

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