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Raise the Steaks: ‘Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Grill’ City of Dreams Opens Today!

Feast on the sizzling new grill concept at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse City of Dreams.

Get ready, Manila’s food enthusiasts! A whole new level of dining luxury has just arrived at the City of Dreams, and it’s none other than the world-renowned Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Grill. This culinary titan is spicing things up with an exclusive grill concept, available only at their new location in Paranaque. Founders Wolfgang and Peter Zwiener, who graced the grand opening, have surely crafted another gem in the city’s gastronomic crown.

(L – R) Chef Amiro Cruz, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Corporate Executive Chef; Leina Bolinas and Raymund Magdaluyo, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Philippines Managing Partners; Peter Zwiener, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse President and Co-Founder; Elena Zwiener; Wolfgang Zwiener, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Founder; Lydia D’Amato, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse VP of Operations and Managing Partner; and Queeny Filart, City of Dreams VP of Casino Marketing

The Wolfgang’s Experience: Up Close and Personal

Stepping inside, you’ll be welcomed by the steakhouse’s intimate and cozy atmosphere. The rich, dark wooden interiors, radiating with an old-world charm, hold an invitation to a 350sqm culinary playground. Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Grill City of Dreams is the first of its kind in the Philippines to showcase a grill concept, serving up new savory delights from brunch to late-night.

The grill menu, offer an elevated comfort food experience with all-time-favorites cooked with a twist, such as Grilled Barbecue Short Ribs, Dry-Aged Brisket Pastrami, Beef Tartar, and Grilled Lemon Caper Chicken. Pair them with a chilled beer or your favorite cocktail, and you’re in for an unforgettable gastronomic journey.

More Than Just Steaks

The culinary carousel continues with a tasty bite of fall-off-the-bone Grilled Baby Back Ribs, Lomo Saltado, Grilled Barbecue Short Ribs. Salad offerings, the Classic Wedge Salad, Arugula Salad, and Burrata Salad, provide that crisp, tangy balance to your meal.

Grilled Barbecue Baby Back Ribs (Php 3588) | US pork baby back ribs glazed with Wolfgang’s Steakhouse BBQ sauce
Burrata Salad (Php 1088)  | Burrata cheese, tomato, roasted capsicums and portobello mushrooms
Roast Chicken a’ la Brasa (Php 1588) |Whole premium chicken (hormones and antibiotics free), mixed greens

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse City of Dreams adds a new dimension to its trademark masculine ambiance. The bar area now boasts a sleek granite tabletop, a feature that seamlessly blends with the restaurant’s distinctive aesthetic. While new elements have been introduced, beloved iconic features like the intimate whisky lounge. And don’t miss the impressive wine cellar, where an extensive selection of wines awaits to complement your dining experience.

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Culinary Consistency Across Continents

This City of Dreams gem marks the 32nd Wolfgang’s Steakhouse location worldwide. Amidst its global expansion, the steakhouse remains rooted in its commitment to delivering dishes with consistent flavor, texture, and aroma. Their melt-in-your-mouth steaks are a testament to quality and passion. Using only the finest ingredients, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse sources dry-aged USDA Prime Black Angus beef directly from the United States, ensuring an unparalleled dining experience. Indulge in the USDA Prime Dry-Aged Porterhouse Steak, expertly dry-aged in their own aging room, or savor the iconic Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Tomahawk Steak. The team at Wolfgang’s Steakhouse City of Dreams—partners shares the same level of consistency and dedication, carrying on the legacy of its founder, Wolfgang Zwiener.

USDA Prime Dry-Aged Porterhouse Steak

Beyond their grill specialties and iconic steaks, the menu goes beyond featuring a variety of delectable dishes. Expect lamb cooked to perfection, sashimi-grade tuna that melts in your mouth, fresh Norwegian salmon, and Maine lobsters that transport you straight to the seaside. Their All Day Menu serves as the perfect culinary overture, featuring classics like Creamed Spinach, Mashed Potatoes, Creamed Corn, Steak Fries, and Burger Sliders, plus the sumptuous Filet Mignon, Shrimp and Lobster Cocktails, and Fresh Oysters on the Half Shell. These small bites and appetizers set the stage, prepping your palate for the main event with their burst of flavors.

And just when you thought your meal couldn’t get any better, Wolfgang’s rolls out their dessert menu. A chorus of sweet treats awaits you, from the classic New York-Style Cheesecake, Pecan Pie to the tangy Key Lime Pie. For those who prefer a healthier option, there’s also an array of fresh fruits in season. And let’s not forget the pièce de résistance – every dessert is served with Wolfgang’s Steakhouse’s divine homemade schlag.

Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion, treating yourself to a leisurely brunch, or enjoying a late-night feast, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse City of Dreams offers an unforgettable dining experience. So gather your loved ones, raise a toast to the good life, and let Wolfgang’s Steakhouse whisk you away on a culinary journey that will leave you craving for more.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Grill City of Dreams is open daily from 11:00AM to 2:00AM. To book your culinary journey, call 632 8536 9287, 63956 794 0075, or email reservations@wolfgangssteakhouse.ph. For a taste of Wolfgang’s at home, order here between 11:00AM and 8:00PM. Stay updated with the latest from Wolfgang’s by following @WolfgangsSteakhousePH on Facebook and Instagram.

The original Wolfgang’s Steakhouse opened on NYC’s Park Avenue back in 2004, and has since then grown into a globally renowned institution, famous for its USDA Prime 28 days dry-aged steak, to over 30 locations worldwide.

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