May 08, 2018

Hide Yamamoto in City of Dreams Manila

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  • Looking for a fine dining Japanese restaurant? Check out Hide Yamamoto at the City of Dreams Manila.

    Hide Yamamoto

    This restaurant, which is named after Award-winning chef Hidemasa Yamamoto, has branches all over the world. In the Philippines, Hide Yamamoto is located in the grand entertainment complex at the City of Dreams Manila.

    The restaurant offers 3 counter kitchens for Edomae Sushi, Teppanyaki and Robatayaki, which create a unique atmosphere in the restaurant. These kitchens offer flavorful dishes where you can indulge on fresh seafood, fine meat, and quality vegetables. All the ingredients used such as seafood and vegetables are imported from Tsukiji fish market and Hokkaido, Japan.

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    SEE SEAFOOD? Hide Yamamoto offers you a mixed sashimi platter.

    Hide Yamamoto restaurant is a perfect place for a business meal or for a memorable dinner with a significant other. You may click here to view the complete menu of Hide Yamamoto in City of Dreams Manila.

    Want a variety of Japanese cuisine? Go to Hide Yamamoto.

    General Information

  • UG/F, The Shops at the Boulevard, City of Dreams Manila, ASEAN Blvd. cor. Macapagal Ave., Brgy. Tambo, Paranaque City
  • (02) 519-0046
  • Mon- Fri: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (Lunch), 6:00 PM- 11:00 PM (Dinner); Sat-Sun: 11:00 AM- 12:00 MN
  • Payment can be done throiugh cash, card, credit or debit
  • hymservice@hideyamamotomanila.com
  • http://hideyamamotomanila.com
  • https://www.facebook.com/hideyamamotomanila/
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