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Introduction
Yomenya Goemon has not only reinvented the way to eat spaghetti, they have reinterpreted the idea of spaghetti in the minds of the Japanese. By adopting imported ingredients from Italy - spaghetti, olive oil and cheese, that form the basic ingredients, Yomenya Goemon stay true to its source. Then its cooked the Japanese way to deliver a whole new experience to diners. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 21:30
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 22:00
Sun
11:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://yomenya-goemon.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Carbonara Meat Sauce with Onsen Egg Hokkaido Cheese Cream Soup Spaghetti with Scallop, Corn & Potato Tarako Carbonara Vongole Bianco
Review (8)
Level3 2013-09-09
56 views
This restaurant offers a wide range of selection of Western and Japanese fusion food. The only place with the interesting concept that allow me to eat spaghetti with chopsticks! Personally, I feel that the prices offered for their spaghetti is rather acceptable.Only thing that I feel they should reconsider is the fact that they don't allow pre-reservation on a weekend. (And I thought all the more because of the large pool of weekend crowd they should allow a certain percentage of the patron intake as pre-reservation.) continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-22
20 views
Grabbed the seafood and the duck flavours which were really great choices!The pizza crust is really different, where it is chewy and fluffy. You end up not being too jelat from the carbo overload. The duck pizza is definitely the more flavoursome choice compared to the light tasting seafood option. I did enjoy both choice pretty much and the generous amount of ingredients is definitely a big plus point!For full review and more photos, please visit roundtumtums.com continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-22
15 views
went to try out this Yomenya Goemon @ changi point. services was friendly and fast. ordered our food and came about 15mins. the spaghetti was in a big portion suitable for big eaters, and of cause worth the money too. asked for plain water, the staffs will ask if want cold or hot. don't really like their seating arrangement seems to be abit squeeze, if shopping bags is alot might have not enough space. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-09
14 views
I was first introduce to Yomenya Goemon in CCP (Changi City Point). It was a farewell treat from my colleagues sometimes back. Yomenya Goemon has an interesting combination of japanese and western delights that caught my attention.Although the salad bar varieties arent that much, the items of the salad given there are interesting. And there are different type of dressing available. A self service bar and only one serving is allowed per pax, therefore as a typical Singaporean I had fill up as much as I can in a bowl.Carbonara with Yolk & Bacon - $12.10This plate of pasta was made special with the bright yellowish egg yolk in the middle of the plate.Light refreshing taste of cream sauce with spaghetti cooked to al dente perfection.Pork & Crispy Lotus Root with Japanese Meat Sauce S$12.10Fragrance pork and cripsy Lotus in meat sauce gives a total different aspect of a plate of sphagetti. Service received was friendly. However the staff tends to stare blankly and its quite hard to get their attention.As far as pricing is concern, it is pretty reasonable for big and quality version. I dont really mind to visit them again since there are quite a number of outlets in Singapore now. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-21
12 views
I met up with my friends for lunch which they suggested this place and said it's worth the money for it's quality and quantity. Few of us ordered the pasta and some had the pizza instead.The seafood pizza was not bad but the eggplant with mozarella were too garlicky that it was as though it was raw, we didn't finished the whole thing. The crust were rather soft and slightly soggy. But I enjoyed the stuffs from the salad bar and the preserved radish were good and crunchy, the sauces for the salad were unusal and beautiful blended for the salad. I nibbled on some of my friend's pasta and they were really good and portion was huge! I will go for the pasta the next time round. continue reading
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