December 9, 2021

Haliya at Nüwa Hotel, City of Dreams Manila

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila Filipino Fine Dining Restaurant in Manila, Philippines

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Located on the ground floor of Nüwa Hotel, City of Dreams Manila is this newly opened Filipino fine dining restaurant. Haliya specializes in modern Filipino cuisine that combines classic Filipino flavors with premium ingredients. Dishes are good for sharing and are served family-style.

Operating Hours: Daily | 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Reservation: +63 (02) 8-800-8080 | +63 (02) 8-691 7780
Menu: A La Carte Menu
Note: Operating hours are subject to change. Please contact the restaurant to confirm the schedule.



COVID-19 Updates

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Please take note that the government may impose restrictions on the restaurant's seating capacity as well as vaccination and age requirements for diners. Restrictions are subject to change depending on the prevailing COVID-19 Alert Level in Metro Manila. Read the UPDATED Guidelines for Restaurant Dining ►



Dining Venue

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Haliya is one of the very few Filipino specialty restaurants in Manila that is housed in a luxury hotel. This distinction is visible in the elegant interior design of Haliya that features warm and vibrant colors with highlights of gold and dark wood.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

There are tables that can accommodate solo diners, couples, as well as groups. There is also a semi-private dining area that can seat four to six persons. Guests can likewise enjoy cocktails and premium spirits at the bar area.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

The luxurious dining venue is complemented by the five-star level of service by the dining service team. Altogether, Haliya makes for the perfect venue to celebrate momentous occasions with family, friends, balikbayan relatives, valued customers, and esteemed guests.



Chef Ed San Jose

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Haliya's menu is the concept of the multi-awarded Chef de Cuisine Edmundo (Ed) San Jose who has more than 20 years of culinary experience in the Philippines and the Middle East. Guests at Haliya will taste the elegant heritage and vibrant culture of the Philippines as interpreted by Chef Ed in his dishes.



From the A La Carte Menu

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Binalot Na Cochi - This appetizer consists of shredded meat of cochinillo (roast suckling pig) mixed with papaya atsara (pickled papaya), jalapeño, red onion, served on a bed of crisp butterhead lettuce, and topped with pork adobo flakes. This dish comes with pork liver salsa on the side.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Lumpia Dinagat - This open-faced spring roll with a salad of lobster and crab meat mixed with lettuce and kalamansi aioli, topped with red chili floss and cristal malunggay chips. This dish is served with a very addictive aligue (crab fat) dip.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Haliya Adobo - A signature dish of the restaurant, this classic Filipino dish features twice-cooked chicken in a thick and flavor-rich adobo glaze made extra special with foie gras, grilled pineapple, shallot confit, baby bok choy, marble potatoes, and golden crispy garlic chips. This is good for three to four persons and goes well with steamed jasmine rice.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Kare Kare - A Filipino dish reserved for special occasions is further elevated by Haliya by using U.S. Angus Beef Brisket that has been slow-cooked for 24-hours. It is served with asparagus, baby bokchoy, crispy fried eggplant, in a kare kare broth made rich with crushed roasted peanuts. Kare Kare isn't complete without bagoong alamang (shrimp paste).

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Crispy Pata - A staple in many Filipino celebrations, this deep-fried pork hock has tender meat and ultra crispy skin. Haliya serves this dish off the bone with a trio of dipping sauce: homemade liver sauce, spiced soy-vinegar, and garlic-coriander salsa. Pickled vegetables and squash blossom tempura are served on the side.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Mangga Suman - Suman is a traditional Filipino snack that can also be served as dessert in a Filipino meal. Haliya's mangga suman is made of glutinous rice cooked with coconut milk and stuffed with sweet ripe mango. It is served with fresh ripe mango and coconut cream on the side.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Muron - This rice cake is a specialty of Samar and Leyte provinces of the Philippines and it is made of ground glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and sugar, and stuffed with chocolate. Haliya's version is topped with candied cashew and served with dulce de leche dip on the side.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Chichingka - A cross between a bibingka and a cheesecake, this baked rice cake is traditionally served during the Christmas season will definitely a festive vibe to every Filipino meal. The chichingka is made with cheese, salted egg, and coconut. It has the distinctive aroma of the toasted banana leaves, the umami of the salted egg, and the richness and texture of a cheesecake.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Pastillas Trio - Every meal at Haliya is concluded by this complimentary dessert of pastillas (milk candies) in classic, mango, and ube flavors.

Haliya Filipino Restaurant at City of Dreams Manila

Haliya also features a selection of premium wines, liquors, cocktails, and mocktails. We tried the Feed Me Pancake mocktail which is made with maple syrup, peach puree, lime, cranberry, apple, watermelon. Its sweet and tart taste cleanses the palate and was very refreshing.





Haliya
Ground Floor, Nüwa Hotel, City of Dreams Manila
Aseana Boulevard corner Macapagal Avenue, Entertainment City Complex
Parañaque City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Contact: +63 (02) 8-800-8080 | +63 (02) 8-691 7780


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