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Your udons will remain heated throughout your meal with the launch of hotpots at Tamoya. Combining udon with sukiyaki, enjoy the beef sukiyaki udon ($13.80), double tempura vegetable udon ($13.80) and pork spicy miso udon ($13.80) on the revamped menu. Another mainstain is the dry maze mix udon ($8.80), a dry udon mixed with spicy minced pork, green onions, leek, garlic, bonito powder, nori and an egg.
Clinching the ‘Best Udon Maker of Kagawa Prefecture’ in a Japanese TV show, Tamoya pulls thick wheat flour noodles that are a result of blending three types of flour and adjusting the amount of salt to our city’s humidity levels. Pick from hot or cold dishes – prices range from $5.80 to $10.80 a bowl. Once you’ve made your choice, pick up a tempura side ($2) including veggies or prawn tempura, rice balls ($1.80/piece) or sushi ($3/two pieces) to accompany your bowl. Our favourite? The pork udon ($9.80) – its light broth complements the salty-sweet pork perfectly.
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