Tamoya Udon has 31 outlets across Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore, all udon dishes are handmade on site with the standardised recipes and processes. Even the ingredients are imported directly from Japan, from flour to shoyu and bonito to produce exactly what is served in Japan too. The udon here is really chewy and slurp-worthy, which sets a very solid foundation for all the noodle dishes at Tamoya Udon.
This time, we are presented with the newest limited edition Tonkotsu Specials where freshly made udons are swimming in rich and flavourful tonkotsu broth.
Finally, the Tonkotsu Specials are as follow:
Tonkotsu Negi Char-siew Udon ($10.80)
Braised chasu with Tamoya’s signature springy udon. Chasu is very tender and sweet, achieved from braising it in their signature soy sauce.
Sanuki Beef Onsen Udon ($11.80)
Thin slices of beef that allows it to easily melt in your mouth with sweet shoyu soup stock. A little biased towards this dish because beef and shoyu are my favourites so the combination of these two only increased my inclination to it. For those alike to me, you will love this.
Oden (with Daikon, Atsu-age, Chikuwa, Tamago, Konnyaku) ($1.20 per item, 3 items for $3.00)
Tender white radish, deep fried tofu, japanese fishcakes, hard boiled eggs and konnyaku which have close to no calories.
Tamoya Udon is the epitome of good udon.
Just imagine having a hot piping bowl of tonkutsu soup and springy udon after a long day.
Address: Liang Court Shopping Centre, 177 River Valley Road #01-32, S 179030
Contact: 6337 0301
Opening Hours: Daily, 11.30am – 9.30pm
Written by: Coralle Wong