Big Sister's Birthday at Nomama

Saturday lunch out! It was Big Sister's birthday last Saturday - I will not reveal her age anymore. XD We had a small celebration at Nomama.


Nomama is a modern Japanese Artisan Ramen. I love the minimalist interiors and the bodega-inspired ambiance. Reminds me of MUJI because of its contemporary Japanese aesthetic. I love the open kitchen where you could see the chefs prepared your food. The place was really peaceful and quiet.


Their menu on a porcelain case was pretty unique too. I just wish they include photos, since most of the first timers like us relies on yummy food photography.



We had to try the house specialty Nomama Ramen for P295, which contains house pork stock, special miso-sesame blend, chashu (seasoned pork with Japanese spices), and tamago (egg). It was the best ramen I've ever encountered I swear.


Next is Seafood Teppan with Miso Ponzu that costs P420. It has fresh snapper fillet, prawns, squid, grilled onions, and chive teppan, and ponzu butter. Quite expensive for a dish that's good for one but as we tasted it, I could say, it's the most heavenly seafood dish I've ever had. We love the fresh "lasang dagat"  taste of it and the ponzu (citrus based sauce) mix made it an amazing dish. 


We added Sticky Tori Karaage with Orange Miso and Young Garlic to our orders. It has a sweet and sour sauce which isn't really my type but the succulent chicken nuggets was softly cooked that I can't stop myself from eating it!


And the winning dessert - Apple Gyoza with Condiments for P275! It an apple and rum raisin stuffed gyoza (think turon), crisp, with miso salted caramel and yoghurt foam. It was really interesting, you have to try it!


I really wanna try more from Nomama but I have to go already and meet with my friends for merienda too. So I was forced to save space in my tummy and leave the good place


It was a bit pricey and the place was hard to find but everything is definitely worth it! It was a perfect place to have a good meal with family and friends. Highly recommended! Will definitely go back soon :)

Happy birthday to my Big Sister!


Nomama Artisanal Ramen is located at G/F FSS Bldg 2, Scout Tuason cor Scout Castor Streets in Quezon City. It's right beside Zucchini's. Call them at 0917-5228272 / 5422558.

32 name tags:

  1. It's good to spend much on foods especially when there's a reason to do so :) Anyway, thanks for visiting my site! 

    ReplyDelete
  2. Nomama sounds a good resto to try with. And the food, looks incredibly delicious! :) 

    PS: Happy Birthday to your big sister ;p

    ReplyDelete
  3. Happy brithday to your older sister! : D : D I love all the good food~ : D 

    ReplyDelete
  4. yes, it was a good deal after all :)

    ReplyDelete
  5. yup, their food is really unique and delicious!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Wah! This made me miss seafoods! I love shrimps!

    ReplyDelete
  7. The shrimp is mouthwatering.... looks yummy! 

    ReplyDelete
  8. busog na nmn ako sa mga pictures lng.
    i hope i can taste those flavorful dishes soon.
    how about this weekend kaya?

    ReplyDelete
  9. Oh My! This place si near lang pala from where I live. Ma-try nga, mouthwatering food shots mo! Thanks for sharing. =)

    ReplyDelete
  10. I've always wanted to try Nomama! Hope I'd be able to try this soon :D Btw, belated happy birthday to your sis! ^^

    ReplyDelete
  11. Wow there's a place like that in qc? cool!

    ReplyDelete
  12. oh, umaii desu na! i'd like to have ramen and char siu now...waaah! Place looks cozy too.

    ReplyDelete
  13. hi, please leave your twitter handle on the next commex thread so we can tag you. Thanks! Here's for today's post https://twitter.com/#!/g_mirage2/status/179669329703473152

    ReplyDelete
  14. looks interesting... i've never had japanese food like those. hope i could try them soon.

    ReplyDelete
  15. happy birthday to your sister!!!

    the place is cozy... am not really into Jap foods..but these are looking yummy!

    ReplyDelete
  16. gora na this weekend! im sure you'll love the food!

    ReplyDelete
  17. yes, theyve opened last september :) thanks!

    ReplyDelete
  18. yes, and it's a good place to eat and relax unlike at the malls.

    ReplyDelete
  19. yes yes, are you living in manila? :)

    ReplyDelete
  20. big thanks. i actually didnt know how to make it happen XD

    ReplyDelete
  21. yes, it's totally different from the usual "japanese" food that we have here in manila

    ReplyDelete
  22. Wow.. I love shrimp... hope I can try this one someday...

    ReplyDelete
  23. the nomama ramen looks really delicious.. and big :)

    ReplyDelete
  24. we always pass by tomas morato area but how come i never saw this?!!! would definitely visit one of these days

    ReplyDelete
  25. I love ramen!!! Your pictures made me drool and crave for ramen.

    ReplyDelete

 

INSTAGRAM

FACEBOOK

The Author


blogger   |   designer   |   doll collector