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Nobu Lounge

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US$ 4-US$ 28
Peruvian, Japanese, South American
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A social hub to meet up, chat, chillout or work. A chic Japanese-influenced lounge offering a full coffee and tea experience and bentos of Nobu's signature dishes.
US$ 4-US$ 28
Peruvian, Japanese, South American
Reservations, Seating, Waitstaff
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Reviewed 15 November 2016

As I am often staying in Manila for business I have found that informal meetings at the Nobu tea house to be an excellent small number of guest venue as it is quite, the staff excellent and the tea selection equally excellent.

Thank jasontodl
Reviewed 10 September 2016

It was a weekend and people are few, love the hostess, love the ambience, note on the AC -> on the lounge was not that cold, a bit warm coz we were perspiring :( the food is okay, typical Japanese, loved the trout, need improvement...More

Thank iseemichelle
Reviewed 22 June 2016

loved the understated elegance of the decor and the wait staff uniforms. the black miso cod was superb. the tacos and paella were interesting. my son loved the tuna belly sushi. every dish was a work of art. this dinner was the highlight of our...More

Thank Richie B
Reviewed 17 June 2016

We had our daily buffet breakfast here for four days. They serve mostly Japanese inspired food variety even in breakfast. You can find green tea waffles, soba pancakes topped with miso pecan butter and yuzu whipped cream, Okonomiyaki and other Nobu inspired dishes. Selections were...More

Thank Hanabanna23
Reviewed 16 March 2016

It was a Sunday to meet with former friends and officemates on a cool December day. The setting was in a semi private room where we were got special attention relative to service. The atmosphere was very cordial, relaxing and comfortable. One comment though was...More

Thank Conrad C
Reviewed 24 February 2016

Yes, Nobu is pricey. Sit outside for a lovely experience (book in advance), as the design of the outdoor area is just lovely.

Thank Tony A
Reviewed 6 December 2015

Its my 2nd time to try Nobu's restaurant at the 1st level. The first time was not impressive at all considering the high price and the quality of food I received. I thought I could impress a friend but turned out a disaster choice. Coming...More

Thank Minipin02
Reviewed 25 April 2015

No need to go to NOBU,,,,You can only say Fine Dining just so many times and the Truth will finally come to light,,,, this place has little ambiance,,,no music or live entertainment,,,and the portions are very small,,, so, Tell me, where is the FINE DINING???...More

2  Thank James W
Reviewed 16 April 2015

Our office team dined here just last week and we're a group composed of 1 people. Our bill was whopping 80k! We ordered a bit over a dozen of meals only. While the presentation of food were just ok, we were not blown away with...More

2  Thank 44Satine77
Reviewed 25 March 2015

I’m dumbfounded as to why there is such a cult following for Nobu. I guess people believe the hype against their better judgment for the sake of dinning for a social position. I have dinned at several Nobu establishments worldwide (not by my personal choice)...More

3  Thank Snookota11
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