For our first food trip for 2015, the boys and I did not travel far. Instead, we decided just cross Marcos Highway and discover something new in Marikina City. The original plan was to try out any of the hole-in-the-wall restos along Lilac Street but, coming from a short errand in Cubao, we took Sumulong Highway and ended up being greeted by Tamagoya Noodle House as we took a left turn to Hon. B. Soliven. Since we were all craving for Japanese, we parked the car and lined up for seats.
Tamagoya Noodle House appeared to be a popular Japanese restaurant in the area judging from the queue of customers that Saturday night. The place had two floors but it was really jampacked. While waiting, we busied ourselves with choosing what to order once we get our seats.
Since its bestsellers are really their noodle dishes, all three of us ordered noodle dishes plus a plate of Gyoza on the side.
The verdict? Everything’s yum and affordable. The servings were big, too. You can see in the photo that we asked for an extra bowl so my husband can have a taste of our soup. Rap had the spicy Mabo Ramen which I really liked. Not that my Tamagoya Ramen wasn’t delish because it was. The sweetness was just right. But I had the sniffles that night and the spicy tofu and soup of the Mabo Ramen was perfect for my palate. As for the Beef Yakisoba, it was just as we expected it to be.
Tamagoya Noodle House is located at #2 Hon. B. Soliven Avenue, Mayamot, Antipolo City.
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