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Yomenya Goemon

January 27, 2013

Daughter and I met up with C after lunch today at Greenbelt for a much needed Sunday mall tour. We had fun checking the SALE items and having tea and muffins at Figaro. But the real highlight of our tour was Yomenya Goemon.

We've already heard about this Japanese Spaghetti House in Greenbelt but since we don't usually frequent the area, it is only now that we were able to dine here.




That's the window display. Very nice. And that's daughter, salivating over the yummy choices. Hahaha.






The viewable kitchen.



Had a hard time choosing what to order. Everything on the menu sounds delicious.




Complimentary soup. We were able to get an extra one. Yey!


That's my plate of the spaghetti and avocado.



Smoked Chicken with Four Cheese Pizza. This is so good. I can eat a whole pizza by myself. No kidding. Goodbye diet!


Spaghetti with Shrimp, Avocado & Herb with Genovese Sauce. Such a long name. Best to say spaghetti with avocado. This is good but I don't think I'll be ordering this again soon. Too healthy! Hahaha.




Vongole Rosso - Tomato Sauce. I love, love the spiciness of this pasta dish because it is blended just right and the chili doesn't overpower the taste. The tomato is flavorful also. I just wish they added more clams. ;)

And to sum it up, we enjoyed our meal immensely. Made plans to go back at Yomenya soon.

And because a meal is not complete without dessert, we had ours at Caffe Ti-Amo, also in Greenbelt. But in between the spagetti and dessert, we had another round of shopping. Shhhhhhhhhhhh!




I had a scoop of green tea and vanilla gelato. Kinda cheap compared to the other gelato shops. Not bad but I prefer Gelatissimo and Morelli's  when it comes to taste and creaminess and of course, my homemade gelato. ;)


Yomenya Goemon
2L Greenbelt 3
Makati City


Caffe Ti-amo
Ground Level, Greenbelt 5
Makati City

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