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(Closed) Yomenya Goemon (112 Katong)

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Youmenya Goemon is the original Japanese pasta shop since 1976, which began its roots in Shibuya.Its unique creations such as the mentaiko pasta and shabu shabu pork pasta are examples of the perfect fusion between Japanese and Italian ingredients.

Daily: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 66363692
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Definitely good, but slow

Very good pasta served but had to wait for quite some time.

Full review here: http://simplemakan.blogspot.sg/2012/01/yomenya-goemon-112-katong-mall.html

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• 13 Jan 2013 • 47 reviews • 7 followers

Disappointing 1st Try @ Yomenya

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rought my dog for grooming and therefore went to I12 Katong for lunch, and decided to try out Yomenya...

order 1 mentaiko & 1 carbonara pasta & 2 ice royal milk tea... the soup was served 1st and when i was drinkin the soup, saw a short strand of hair... told 1st waitress abt it, and she just took the cup of soup away w/o sayin anything, 2nd waitress serve a new cup of soup also w/o sayin anything... duno wat kind of service it is...

drank the ice royal milk tea and felt that i shld not have order it, as i feel that a cup of gong cha bubble tea will taste much better and cheaper...

don't think i will patronise yomenya again or at least not the I12 Katong branch...
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• 05 Sep 2012 • 33 reviews • 0 follower

Definitely good, but slow

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Very good pasta served but had to wait for quite some time.

Full review here: http://simplemakan.blogspot.sg/2012/01/yomenya-goemon-112-katong-mall.html

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• 03 Apr 2012 • 258 reviews • 12 followers

Inflexible menu

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I came specifically to try the Japanese pizza. Asked on arrival if it could be made without cheese. The waiter said no. I asked why and he said it must be with cheese. I asked if it was because they are pre-made, and was told no it is made to order but under strict instructions not to deviate the recipe. I explained I have a milk allergy and will get sick from eating cheese, and so could they please just prepare a pizza without that ingredient. Still no. Gave up and went elsewhere as I really can't understand this approach especially when restaurant is mostly empty and should be eager to have extra customers.

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