Fresh made noodles and soup made from scratch before your eyes. Packed with locals, always a good sign. Friendly and cheerful staff but no English spoken. Beef and shrimp both excellent choices and tasty tempura in the udon.
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Excellent little Udon restaurant. Food is delicious, cheap, and made quick. When I went this was not a place I would go for a long sit and chat. Their English was better than a lot of restaurants I've eaten at and you should be able...More
I visited on a weekday and lined up 5 mins before the opening time of 11.30am. The lone wasn't too bad because the service is quick and being a solo traveller is easy because you can get a spot on the counter. I just asked...More
I went at 11am to queue for half an hour to get in here. Well worth the wait - the place is packed with locals. I had the beef noodles - best noodles on my trip. Highly recommended.
We got there early around 10:45am and we were like 3rd in the cue so we made it in with the first group of people. We ordered the beef udon topped with tempura, kept it simple and ordered the one bowl of udon! The broth...More
We arrived about 30 minutes before opening and it there was already a line down the street. Fortunately, we were able to squeeze in for the first sitting. As other reviewers have mentioned, there is no English menu and the staff did not speak English,...More
Very cheap and interesting experience. The freshest udon you'll try. The udon is prepared from a slab of dough, cooked, and served within 5-10 minutes from your order. I wouldn't suggest a group any larger than 4 as it's quite a small restaurant.
I was told this is a famous one. I guess this is famous for the price. Soup was a bit sour and the noodle was really thick (over cooked) It is not worth it to find this restaurant. Tenpura was also too much oily.... Beef...More