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NOMAMA AT CAPITOL COMMONS – I’ve been a fan of Nomama, one of Chef Him Uy de Baron‘s signature restaurant since I tried their food when we did a food crawl around the Quezon City Area. Wrote about their restaurant when I was just starting up with the blog and did number of return visits since then. I really like how Him build on his flavor combinations, and the meticulous plating too, every component seemed perfectly placed. I think his food is imaginative and the flavor and texture components on most of the dishes are really good, he also did a number of tweaks with the formulation of his ramen and the noodles that goes with it making it infinitely more enjoyable. Recently we visited Nomama‘s new branch at Capitol Commons, trying up some new stuff from their menu, and even old ones, that we might’ve missed with previous visits.


Ever had tuna cooked like a steak? This very dish is a revelation – half cooked tuna, a bed of creamy kobacha with a killer bacon and edamame dressing.

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Lovely Teppan Feast at Nomama

Recently I went back to Nomama, an awesome foodie destination at the Quezon City area to try their new¬†teppanyaki fair. And oh it’s been a while since I visited the place, the first time their ramen got me raving for it’s awesome bite-y noodles, the broth that had some good balanced flavor, and the tamago, oh that soft-boiled egg that’s been marinated, infused with great flavor, and the way it melts in your mouth is just lovely. nomama_soy-prawn_teppan_with_uni_cream_sauce2This time though, we visited to try their new teppanyaki offerings and this is one of them; Soy-Prawn Teppan that’s bathed with an Uni-Cream sauce. Fresh prawns loaded with flavor made more awesome with the inclusion of this ridiculously rich uni sauce. It’s damn good! Continue reading Lovely Teppan Feast at Nomama