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Nomnomnom Happy Food
Vegetarian Restaurants   South Triangle, Quezon City
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3/F POS Bldg., Scout Madrinan St. cor. Tomas Morato Ave., South Triangle, Quezon City, Metro Manila



  Open Hours

Day Opening Time Closing Time
Mon-Thu, Sun 12:00 PM 10:00 PM
Fri-Sat 12:00 PM 02:00 AM
 September 29 2015, 06:53:25
Food  5
Ambiance  5
Service  4
Price  5
Just in front of Il Terrazzo, Nomnomnom was really easy to find! Their shop may be small, but their servings are hefty! I tried their Wild Mushroom Pasta, and contrary to its name, its taste was fairly mild, and not to mention creamy.

Thank you so much for letting us in even if we came 10 minutes before opening time! I'll be back for more nomnomnom sessions.
 August 08 2015, 02:58:11
Healthy Food :)
Food  4
Ambiance  4
Service  4
Price  4
We tried this place because I heard they serve veggie meals. Originally, they are located near E.Rodriguez but they transferred to Tomas Morato for some reason.

We ordered Nom Raviolli ( Cheesy Kangkong and Mushroom) - a must try! -4.8
Lemon Butter fish (too garlicy) - 3.8
Lime chicken strip with alfredo sauce (yum!) - 4.0

The ambiance is rustic and homey. I love their interiors.
The service is average. They serve food right on time.

Budget per person is at 300.
 January 18 2016, 04:24:41
From omnomnom to zzzz!
Food  5
Ambiance  5
Service  4
Price  3
The name of this resto itself is enough to attract any foodie! I've dined here thrice and their dishes never disappoint in terms of taste/flavor. Most of them are good for sharing, so Nomnomnom is definitely a good place for groups.

For appetizers, I recommend that you try their good sisig platter, which actually doesn't have meat, but crunchy tofu pieces! They're so good that they do have a meaty taste! I also like its good mix of salty-spicy flavors! Yum! I'd want to have rice with this dish! :D Another appetizer worth ordering is the fried ravioli! It's stuffed with mushroom, kangkong, and lots of CHEESE! So good!

For the main meals, I've tried their baked salmon, some pastas and pizzas, and fish & chips. The salmon's good, although a bit pricey. The fish & chips...hmmm nothing extraordinary. Among the pastas I've tasted, I like the creamy tomato pasta the most, followed by the olio e aglio. Their pizzas are alright, but I wouldn't come back for them.

Aaaaand of course, desserts! I'd definitely always go back for their mango crepe cake!!! It's not so filling, so there's always room for this dessert! :) (the pistachio sansrival is also good, but the mango crepe is my favorite!)

I love the interiors of this restaurant as well, particularly one part of the wall that's filled with book pages! At Nomnomnom, you'll be so full in no time, after which, you'll want to sleep! :p
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