Japanese spaghetti place Yomenya Goemon in Greenbelt was still under construction when J said he wanted to eat at the place. We finally had the chance yesterday. The food there is pricey, but we decided to splurge to celebrate (he got a job offer from a good company).
We got two half-and-half sets so we’d have four spaghetti dishes. Each set comes with a drink and soup. Set A costs PhP 480 and Set B costs PhP 580.
Set A: Crab, Shrimp, and Scallop.
Set A: Spaghetti Margherita.
Set B: Sausage, Bacon, and Beef Chorizo with Chili Tomato Sauce.
Set B: I forgot to take a picture of our favorite, Mentaiko Shrimp & Japanese Herb Ao-Shiso! But it looks like this:
We loved everything. However, we found the red sauces to be too oily. I personally enjoyed the Crab, Shrimp, and Scallop pasta and the Mentaiko.
We also had some desserts (PhP 160 each). Souffle Cheese Cake and Mango Pudding. I loooooved the pudding.
Good food! Pricey, but you can save money by splitting a Half-and-Half, or one whole pasta dish. We plan to do that next time.
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weee, congrats on the job offer, jaykie! :)
:D Naalala ko yung balitaktakan nating tatlo over cupcakes haha.