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Tamoya Udon @ Liang Court

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~Invited Session~

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Udon know how understated the noodles are, until you've tried them. Pun intended. Tamoya Udon hails from Japan and is the brainchild of Tamotsu Kurokawa, a winner on the Japanese cooking show TV Champion.



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Done fast food style with counters and food gets served in a matter of minutes upon ordering.


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Orders are prepared almost immediately and I got to witness my udon order.


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These fried appetizers were tempting enough to warrant a revisit just for them! I've got my eye on those giant crab meat sticks.


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Their food guarantee.


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My surprise find includes this condiments corner that is clearly customized for our local palette.


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My obvious choices.


Their new menu additions will be launched on 14 November and this will appeal to diners who favour their noodles dry and strong flavoured!



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Oooh-mami Udon ($10.80)
XO Sauce, Dried Sakura Ebi, Spring Onions, Bonito Flakes


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Umami indeed with this incredibly fragrant number. I love how the xo sauce and sakura ebi had such a party of flavours. Not for the faint hearted indeed, this ranks tops for me in terms of flavor profile.


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I love how the colours are blended after tossing and mixing.


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Triple Egg Udon ($9.80)
Tobiko, Mentaiko, Tamago, Butter



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Egg, glorious eggs. Spot the trio of mentaiko, flying fish roe and onsen egg.




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Sold on mentaiko, seriously I have not eaten anything bad with cod roe and it does not look like its luck will end its run anytime soon.





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Fried Onion Udon ($8.80)
Spring Onion Oil, Spring Onions, Onions, Shallots


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Somehow this reminds me of bak chor mee.




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Inspired by the Shanghainese 葱油, this udon dish has such generous lashes of the oil, it is an ultimate treat for 葱油 fans.





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Pesto Udon ($8.80)
Pesto, Minced Pork





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My least favourite of the quad, somehow pesto does not marry well with the udon, somehow pesto goes better with pasta and salads.





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Prawn Tempura ($3, 2 pieces)




Tempura always gets me tempted and the crab sticks in particular were so delicious looking!



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Beef Sukiyaki Udon ($13.80)



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Rainy day solutions but this was a tad too sweet for me.


Their udon packs a bite and that makes it really addictive to continuously slurp till the oodle ends. While soup udon is typically better for rainy days, I actually like their dry version better.


Tamoya Udon


177 River Valley Road #01-32 Liang Court 1F

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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