Udon Kamon (Suntec City)

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Smoked Duck Udon

$11.80 · 6 Reviews

I felt that the texture of the Sanuki udon fares better in the hot wafu broth made with dashi stock. I also like the addition of yuzu peel, which imparts a citrusy aroma to the finishing. It also comes with succulent pinkish smoked duck that is specially air-flown from Italy.
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Udon Kamon
Suntec City Mall
North Wing Tower 1
3 Temasek Boulevard
Singapore 038983
Tel: +65 62665338
Nearest MRT: Esplanade (CC Line), Promenade (CC Line, DT Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Sun: 1130 - 10pm

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They make their own udon. Coming here you shouldn’t miss out trying their smoked duck udon. I got the Kyoto style soup broth which taste very light but rich in its taste. They used a very big bowl but actually the portion sufficient for one person. You can topup to add more things to accompany your meal. $11.80

The Udon here is really smooth in texture and the tonkotsu soup‘s rich in flavour too. You can top up $2 for a side dish as well.

This fresh face amongst the slew of Japanese eateries at Suntec City's Eat At Seven specialises in sanuki udon — characterised by a square shape and flat edges. The menu features an ample variety of broth bases, from tom yum to tonkotsu. If you're looking for a lighter option, the bright and zingy Smoked Duck Udon ($11.80) should do the trick, while the rich, creamy Tonkotsu Udon ($12.80) will appease a heavier palate.
Photo by Burppler Yang Xunsheng

Albeit the mindblowingly long wait (40 mins?) for this, I found myself really enjoying the subtle flavours of this udon. The clear soup has a shio-like flavour, and gets lifted by a touch of bright yuzu. The smoked duck is a wonderful topping to offer something savoury amidst the light broth. Meanwhile the smooth and taut udon satisfies in its own rights. I do hope as they get into the groove of busy lunch periods, service time will pick up.

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Very light and refreshing broth — use of yuzu peel was surprising and quite interesting, but not really for me. Udon was nice and chewy. Give this a go if you’re looking for a light meal here.