Handmade udon and broth from home of udon - Sanuki. Have yours today with our freshly made tempura! Tamoya was established in the home of udon, Sanuki (now known as Kagawa) prefecture in 1996 by Sanuki udon champion, Tamotsu Kurokawa. Tamoya Singapore is first in Southeast Asia and also first overseas outlet! Brought all the way from Tamoya Japan, from Kagawa prefecture, Sanuki udon is hand-crafted from Tamoya's proprietary flour mixture (made from 3 different flour) and is served with "golden dashi" broth. Come down now to enjoy Tamoya's healthy and tasty udon with a variety of toppings!
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177 River Valley Road
#01-32 Liang Court
Singapore 179030

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:30pm

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11:00am - 09:30pm

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11:00am - 09:30pm

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Tuesday:
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Named the Japanese Shirataki Noodles, these zero-calorie noodles have gained an increasing popularity over the years for its health benefits and Tamoya Udon has paired them in their signature sauces and broths. Available for a limited time only, you can have these shirataki noodles prepared in four different ways. Pictured is the Cold Bijin Noodles ($8.80) and it is paired with 5 different vegetables, flavoured minced pork and half a marinated ramen egg. Before eating, mix in some of the sesame-shoyu sauce for the savoury touch.
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Tamoya Udon
Address: 177, River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre, Unit 01-32, Singapore 179030

Tamoya udon’s latest Japanese Shirataki noodles has zero calorie! It is made from konjac root that is high in fibre, vegan, gluten- free and low in carbs. The shirataki noodles comes in four flavours including Oooh-mami, Cold, Kake and Sanuki. My favourite bowl goes to the beef kake. The shirataki noodles tasted similar to glass noodles that has almost no taste. What makes the difference is the light dashi soup broth and tasty beef slices🍜 .
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Shirataki noodles from S$8.80 onwards.
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Where to dine?
Tamoya Udon and Tempura
177 River Valley Road, #01-32, Liang Court 1F, 179030

It's known as "beauty noodles" because it's supposed to be a zero-calorie "miracle" noodles made from konjac root, and known to aid in weight loss. Sounds like I need to eat more of this.
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My favourite out of the 4 bowls I've tried are these cold noodles, marinated in a rich sesame-shoyu sauce. It's served cold and topped with a colourful palette of 5 different vegetables, flavourful minced pork and marinated ramen egg.
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The other three noodles I've tried are:
* Oooh-mami 美人麺 ($10.80) – Slurp up the beauty noodles coated with rich XO sauce. Tossed together with onsen egg, dried sakura ebi, fresh spring onions, and bonito flakes, be sure to get your umami fix with this scrumptious creation.
* Kake 美人麺 - Easy on the palette, the kake beauty noodles come in a comforting dashi soup broth, lifted with delicate and light mirin. Comes with choice of beef ($11.80) or pork ($10.80).
* Sanuki 美人麺 - Beauty Noodles in heartwarming and savoury soy dashi broth, with a choice of beef ($11.80) or pork ($10.80).
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My second favourite is the beef in kake (dashi with light mirin), as I liked how the natural sweetness and flavour of the beef came through the light broth.
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[Media Invite]

Apart from udon (which the shop’s famous for), @tamoyasg has recently launched a new series of shirataki noodles in 4 different flavours (swipe to the end to view). A zero calorie and low carb noodle, the perfect substitute for the weight watchers and health conscious individuals. The oooh-mami shirataki noodles comes with Sakura shrimp, spicy XO sauce, bonito flakes, fish roe, diced onions and a hanjuku egg. As the name suggests, it did indeed packs a punch with a pleasant and distinct umami flavour in the flavourful shallow broth (hidden beneath the pile of ingredients), with further enhancement from the dried crispy Sakura shrimps and bonito flakes. Had initially thought it was a dry version of noodles but it was actually a half-half hybrid of dry and soup noodles. The shirataki noodles were thin and chewy, resembling that of vermicelli with a chewier texture. The hanjuku egg came with a soft and fragile, slightly runny yolk which I adore, though the albumin coating could have been less firm and more well-braised. The saltiness could be a tad overwhelming towards the end but nevertheless, it was still a satisfying indulgence, completed with a bowl of complimentary miso soup and also some free flow, self service condiments i.e wakame seaweed. [PS: Shirataki noodles are only available for a limited time, so do try it while it lasts! ] .
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#burpple #smitteneats #smittenchoice

Tamoya udon is offering the limited edition bijin noodles (美人面) - shirataki noodles! Made from konjac root, these noodles have been proved to aid weight loss!! They are awesome cos they are not only high fiber and low in carbs, but also vegan and gluten-free! Go get yours today because they are only available for a limited time from today onwards!
One of my fave out of the 4 choices available was the Sanuki ($10.80) - in a comforting savory soy dashi broth (choose pork or beef!). Loved the texture of the noodles. It was so good! 😋😋😋 #tamoyasg

If you’re looking for something lighter yet still comforting, this Pork Sanuki does that job pretty well. The shirataki noodles were served in a hot soy dashi broth, savory with a touch of sweetness. The pork slices were what you’d expect but the noodles were able to soak up the flavor quite a bit - pleasant to slurp on!

There’s also a beef version available which we heard, has a much lighter broth compared to this.

A huge thank you to @tamoyaudonsg and @brandcellar for the kind invite! 🙆🏻‍♀️

The Beef Sukiyaki Udon ($13.80) included accompaniments of Chinese cabbage, carrots, green onions, tofu, shiitake mushroom, enoki mushroom and shirataki – noodles made from konnyaku.

However, as the Sukiyaki broth is generally very rich, dipping the udon into it with a small sip of the soup, rather than drinking it whole would work better.

http://danielfooddiary.com/2018/01/27/tamoyaudonsg/

Didn’t know they expanded their menu till when I went back recently.
There are 4 new tossed udon items on the menu – Oooh-mami Udon ($10.80), Triple Egg Udon (S$9.80), Fried Onion Udon ($8.80), and Pesto Udon ($8.80). Think of this as dry Mazesoba, but with Udon as the lead.

My favourite was the Oooh-mami Udon (S$10.80), which had a lot going on with dried sakura ebi, fresh spring onions, and bonito flakes.

The handmade udon noodles were coated with rich XO sauce, and the dried sakura ebi added a delightfully toasty and crispy texture.

http://danielfooddiary.com/2018/01/27/tamoyaudonsg/

@tamoyasg 4 brand-new tossed udon series.
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▪️Oooh-mami Udon
▪️Triple Egg Udon (as featured)
▪️Fried Onion Udon
▪️Pesto Udon
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Complete your meal with Tamoya’s freshly fried prawn tempura, at only $3.00 for 2 pieces.
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Location: @tamoyasg 177 River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre, #01-32, Singapore 179030
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#tamoyaudon #burpple #burpplesg

Part of @tamoyasg new dry udon series, enjoy this Oooh-mami Udon by slurping up the handmade udon noodles coated with rich XO sauce.

#tamoyaudon #TamoyaSG #umami

Enjoyed the one for one dry udon promo with the 3 eggs udon, ohh mami udon and pesto udon. They are all very flavourful and yummy in their own way. Will definitely go back again! 😋

@tamoyasg 4 brand-new tossed udon series has launched and they will be having a 1-for-1 promo on 20 and 21 November 2017 ONLY!
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The 4 tossed udon series are:
▪️Oooh-mami Udon (as featured)
▪️Triple Egg Udon
▪️Fried Onion Udon
▪️Pesto Udon
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Don’t miss this 1 for 1 deal if you are there.
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Complete your meal with Tamoya’s freshly fried prawn tempura, at only $3.00 for 2 pieces.
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Location: @tamoyasg 177 River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre, #01-32, Singapore 179030
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#tamoyaudon #burpple #burpplesg #oneforone

Had the beef udon ($10.80) and added a ramen egg. So nice!! Loved the soup that came with the noodles. Prices are affordable too. Will come back for sure.

4 munchies: While most of us are familiar with the clear soup base served at Tamoya, I'm really glad that the udon specialist has recently launched a new hotpot menu. Out of the Beef Sukiyaki Udon and Tempura Udon, the Spicy Miso Pork Udon featured here is my absolute favourite. The spicy-savoury broth was packed with so much flavour as well as added richness when you break the onsen egg. Paired with succulent sliced pork, all you need to do is dip the bouncy handmade udon into the soup for seconds to enjoy!

Thankfully, my dining companions preferred the Beef Sukiyaki Udon so I was able to finish all the robust broth by myself without any guilt! #Burpproved

4 munchies: While most of us are familiar with the clear soup base served at Tamoya, I'm really glad that the udon specialist has recently launched a new hotpot menu. Out of the Beef Sukiyaki Udon and Tempura Udon, the Spicy Miso Pork Udon featured here is my absolute favourite. The spicy-savoury broth was packed with so much flavour as well as added richness when you break the onsen egg. Paired with succulent sliced pork, all you need to do is dip the bouncy handmade udon into the soup for seconds to enjoy!

Thankfully, my dining companions preferred the Beef Sukiyaki Udon so I was able to finish all the robust broth by myself without any guilt! #Burpproved

This was a hosted meal by Tamoya; many thanks to Brand Cellar for the warm hospitality and invitation!

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