Let these signature restaurants treat you and your loved one to a delicious feast
Need a quick Valentine’s Day dinner date idea? Let City of Dreams make it come true for you!
We can all be busy sometimes and while forgetting to book a fancy dinner for your loved one doesn’t mean you love them any less, make it up by dining at City of Dreams for an enticing night of feast.
City of Dreams has four signature restaurants that offer romantic ambience perfect for a swoon-worthy celebration. Whether you’re looking to indulge in Chinese food, feeling Japanese, or want to treat them to a fancy Pinoy course, the luxury integrated resort and casino complex got you for this special day.
Feel more special with the curated five-course Valentine’s set menu of premium Cantonese cuisine and regional Chinese specialties.
The V-day menu consists of oven-baked swan pastry filled with chicken and truffle paste and deep-fried stuffed cheesy prawn ball with fragrant coconut roasted eel in crispy bean curd skin for appetizers. There’s also braised hot and sour crab meat broth with Japanese scallop and shrimp wonton, wok-fried beef tenderloin with sichuan pepper and king mushroom with sauteed mixed vegetables, and crispy egg noodles.
For dessert, make the moment sweeter with Mangaro dark chocolate dome with ginger crème brulée. The menu also comes with a complimentary glass of France Chateau d’Esclans Rosé to make it even fancier.
This menu is available for lunch and dinner at P4,000 per head from Feb. 13 to 15.
You can’t go wrong with Japanese, especially in the season of love. Nobu Manila’s sophisticated five-course tasting menu for two is exclusively available for Valentine’s Day dinner at P11,000 net.
The romantic chef’s selection includes zensai (appetizer), followed by the first course of Nobu Canape selection of oyster with Nobu salsa, oyster with yuzu granita, yellowtail with jalapeño, and spicy tuna with crispy rice malibu-style. Nobu also offers seasonal assorted sushi of toro (tuna,) uni (sea urchin,) and ama ebi (shrimp,) seared scallop with sobagaki, trio of wagyu beef—Nobu-style taco, wagyu skewer with kabotcha (squash,) and crispy gyoza. To top it all off, a sweet blueberry monkfruit panna cotta will be served after the delightful course.
And as Cupid’s treat, the menu comes with a complimentary welcome sake cocktail.
If you want to stay truly Filipino for “Araw ng mga Puso,” a special five-course dinner menu available for P9,000 net for two on Valentine’s Day will be served at Haliya. The menu consists of: Sugpo (poached annatto tiger prawn, coconut tuille, avocado crema, pickled radish, compressed celery, lemongrass, and ginger emulsion, and edible flowers); Cured Salmon Ensalada (pako or fern salad, crispy kataifi, semi-dried cherry tomato, Mandarin baby red radish, beet fluid gel, and kalamansi-dill cream); Bell Pepper and Tomato Krema (roasted bell pepper-tomato soup with parmesan heart tuille, crispy smoked pork bacon bits, micro basil, and thyme oil); Beef Estofado (sous vide carbon neutral Royal Ranch Beef Tenderloin, oven-baked stuffed baby eggplant, pork longganisa salsa, sweet potato puree, and estofado jus); Tsokolate Liyag (Haliya’s Valentine chocolate cake, salted caramel, and kesong puti or white cheese).
There’s also a complimentary drink for couples. You can choose from: Giliw (vodka, espresso shot, ube liqueur, and milk caramel with white meringue and whipped cream); Sinta (rum pineapple juice, orange juice, and strawberry puree, garnished with fresh strawberry and orange peel); and Liyag (rum, red wine, white wine, orange juice, and soda, garnished with grapes and lime peel).
Until today, Feb 14, Café Society will be offering a sophisticated array of handcrafted Valentine’s chocolates, and pastries, which you can gift to your special someone. Choose among luscious Valentine pink rose and cranberry chocolate box, granola gianduja love dome, love bear raspberry crunch; or from a range of cakes including Raspberry Lemon Loaf Cake, Spiced Coffee Caramel Passionfruit Cake, and Trio Chocolate Mousse Crispy Feuilletine Cake.