Sunday, August 1, 2010

Weekend Food Tripping at: Nomnomnom Happy Food

(Thanks to Greca's camera for some of the photos)

Happy Sunday friends!  How's weekend treating you?  Mine has been a relaxing one so far.  I had my hair treatment and pedicure, manicure yesterday!  Will definitely report about it soon as I had good experiences on both!

I had a lovely food tripping too!  It was rainy but still, with good company and great food?  What more can we ask for?  It was my first time to dine in this restaurant, the name itself sounds yummy! 

Just by the name of this restaurant, I can see myself chowing down on food with this huge NOM NOM NOM sound!  Just like a Japanese Anime!  It was raining when we went to this place!  The place was packed and we had to wait for our tables.  The place is non-air conditioned!  Not sure about their function room though.  This place is small and fits approximately 50 people.  If it's not raining, there are tables and chairs outside the restaurant and you can definitely dine in outside. 

We ordered a pitcher of Iced Tea 
Php120.00 (approx $2.60)

We ordered the regular iced tea which tastes like most iced teas available in most restaurants.  They also offer flavored iced tea though.  Will definitely give the flavored iced tea a try as I will definitely come back!

Lime Chicken with Alfredo Sauce
Php160.00 (approx $3.48)

A good portion of chicken breast marinated with lime and rosemary, drizzled with Alfredo Sauce.  Served withh buttered beans and rice!

Olio and Aglio Pasta
 Php160.00 (approx $3.50)

Chili and garlic pasta with grilled shrimp!  If you're allergic to shrimps like myself, you can order the Chili and Garlic Pasta without Shrimp for Php140.00 (approx $3.00)

Veggie Meat Curry
Php130.00 (approx $2.83)

Curried Veggie Meat with Potatoes and Carrots over a buttered rice crater

Talong and Lasting Love Pizza Log
Php220.00 (approx $4.78)

Grilled eggplant with Kesong Puti on Tomato Sauce.
Very crunchy and worth to share!

Php160.00 (approx $3.48)

They call this the Mexican version of Lasagna.  Made with corned tortilla filled with loads of kangkong and cream cheese.  Serving is quite huge so great for sharing!

The Good Sisig
Php95.00 (approx $2.00)

Instead of the usual fattening ingredients of Sisig, this one is good for the heart.  Fried tofu with green chili and onions served on top rice.  Yummy! 

1 Tomas Morato cor. E. Rodriguez Ave. 
Besides Shell Gas Station
Open from 12nn-1am, Tuesdays to Sundays

Service is a bit slow as they cook your order from scratch.  So better dine in here with great friends and companion!  The food is worth the wait and price is definitely not bad!

Note from author: I actually tried their pizza too!  Tastes fabulous!  Will include the photo here as soon as I got it from a friend's camera! :)

Enjoy weekend food tripping!
Keep smilin'
Stay happy!


  1. mmmm. your post makes me hungry!


  2. Aww, looks so yummy!!!

  3. the pasta looks so yummy!
    your food posts always have my mouth watering.
    I was in the Philippines last month and stuffed my face everyday.

    *you're so lucky...the iced tea in Ph is much better than in the US. :))

  4. Actually the traditonal enchilada is not covered in melted cheese like this one, in Mexico we eat it with lettuce, spicy sauce and a little bit of cheese almost like a parmesan cheese on top because the enchilada is the show not the toppings.

  5. Roxy, :)

    Lisa, I know! And it tastes yummy!

    Steph, so true, you will definitely stuff your face everyday with all the food choices down here

    Gio :)

    Anonymous, oh! By far means! I AGREE with you, most dishes down here are fusion! There's always going to be changes to suit the tastes of the Filipinos :) Thanks for sharing


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