Kiyoshi might not stand out from the crowd of Japanese restaurants but they set themselves apart with its inaniwa udon, a thin hand-stretched noodle that comes from the Akita prefecture. The self-proclaimed chilled inaniwa udon is said to be the best in town, and having tried the chirashi udon ($23.80) – we can’t help but agree. To get a taste of everything, order the Kiyoshi Combination Udon ($38) which comes with three small serves of inaniwa udon bowls. Think of it as a miniature set meal of sorts: each bowl has different toppings like ikura and prawn tempura so you can taste a variety of flavour combos.
Kiyoshi Japanese Restaurant
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