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Restaurant Options at City of Dreams, Manila

Sunday, July 16, 2017
City of Dreams in Manila is primarily known as a gleaming, luxurious casino resort. Overlooking Manila Bay and designed to please the eye, it's a popular stop for tourists coming through the area, and has been counted among the most popular resorts in Asia. With a reputation like that, it naturally has a lot to offer. 

To begin with, there are the actual accommodations, which are about as comfortable and enjoyable as you'll find. There are actually three distinct hotels attached to City of Dreams- Crown Towers Manila, Nobu Hotel Manila, and the Hyatt Hotel - and each one is unique and brilliant. Crown Towers is rich and elegant. Nobu is more unique and perhaps puts forth a more authentic Asian atmosphere. And the Hyatt is a great option for those looking for a more traditional luxury hotel.



Then of course there's the casino which has about everything an avid gaming fan could want. And the environment isn't as old school as you might think. Technology has made online casinos more popular in the past decade, and games are rated on features and bonuses there, in addition to the usual gaming content. The live casino environment at City of Dreams more than makes up for any special features found online. There are table and electronic games side by side, and the atmosphere of live competition keeps things interesting. It's truly a top quality casino floor.

In addition to the standard attractions like beautiful facilities, comfortable hotels, and a lively casino floor, City of Dreams also follows the example of other great casino resorts in offering some outstanding dining options. Here's our quick look at what's available.

Noodl8

Noodl8 might be the first restaurant that comes to mind for people who have been to City of Dreams. The site for the resort describes the cuisine as upgraded noodle creations along with popular Asian delicacies. The venue isn't quite as rich or extravagant as some casino restaurants, but it has its own brand of elegance and wonderful food.

Nobu Restaurant

Nobu is more of a brand in Japanese cuisine than it is a particular restaurant, but the location at City of Dreams is as good as one might expect. It looks the part of a resort restaurant a little bit more than Noodl8 and offers a terrific menu with some alternative Asian flavors. It is owned by renowned Japanese chef Nobuyoki Matsuhisa and provides some of the best food you'll find on the island.

Hide Yamamoto

Chef Hide Yamamoto has created a very unique experience at this restaurant, where there are actually four distinct menus. The food is also generally Asian-inspired here, though there's a wide range from fresh sushi to inventive ramen dishes. It's a beautiful, comfortable, and enjoyable restaurant.

Ruby Jack's

If you expect a steakhouse at your resort, you won't be disappointed here. While most of the restaurants are distinctly built around different cuisines from East Asia, Ruby Jack's is an authentic, traditional steakhouse in more of a Western style. Fine meat and fish preparations make up the menu, and there is also a fully stocked bar and a cigar room, for those interested.


*This article is a guest post feature.

18 comments on "Restaurant Options at City of Dreams, Manila"
  1. Janella Dela CruzThursday, July 20, 2017

    Thanks for sharing this list Ms. Yedy!

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  2. Kurt EvangelistaThursday, July 20, 2017

    I love reading your staycation posts. I hope you could share more hotel staycation here on your blog. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Kurt, thank you for reading my blog. I have some hotel staycation blog posts to be posted soon. Hope you get back here for those write ups.

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  3. I haven't eaten to any of these restaurants, I hope I could one of these days!

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  4. Great list! Can you also share with us list if restaurants in Ortigas area? Kahit hindi yung sa mga hotela Ms. Yedi. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Marikit, thank you for reading my blog. Looking forward to sharing with you list of restaurants to try in Ortigas soon.

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  5. Jennifer Ann CostalesThursday, July 20, 2017

    Ms. Yedy share with ua naman liat of your favorite buffets. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Jennifer, will do that sometime soon. Thanks for reading my blog!

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  6. Ms.Yedy, I read in one of your posts that you like Korean food. Please blog about list of your favorite Korean restaurants. TIA!:)

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    1. Hi MichelleF, yes I do love Korean food and I am excited to share a list sometime soon! Thanks for reading my blog!

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  7. It's my dream to visit City of Dreams ;)

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  8. Nice list! Please blog more about restaurants in hotels. Thank you!

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    1. Hi Randy, sure, will post it one of these days! Thanks for reading my blog!

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  9. I heard a lot of good reviews about Ruby Jacks. I should visit them one of these days.

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    1. Hi Karlota, yes I think you should. Feel free to share with us your thoughts about it. Thanks for dropping by my blog!

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