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!

177 River Valley Road
#01-32 Liang Court
Singapore 179030

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm



Reviews at Tamoya Udon (Liang Court)

Reviews of good food at Tamoya Udon (Liang Court)
Tamoya Udon - Beef Udon ($10.80)

A comforting bowl of handmade Udon in their special broth soup made from dried sardines and bonito. Topped with slices of beef, seeet onions, an onsen egg ($1.40), and an assortment of condiments at the DIY counter to customise your very own bowl of noodle. 🍜
The Udon was smooth, chewy and with just the right thickness to slurp till you shiok. Accompanied by their special savoury broth, the slight tinge of sweetness and umami doesn't taste overpowering, but allows you to appreciate the craft of the noodles.
The beef was tender and juicy, but somehow I felt bad for neglecting it. Regardless your choice of beef or pork, its all about that Udon! πŸ‘πŸ»

XL Beef Udon β€’ $10.80 (Promo Price)

HOMG. In celebration of Tamoya's 4th year anniversary of opening its Liang Court outlet, it is offering FREE size upgrades for udon! That means I had this XL portion of Beef Udon for only $10.80 (regular size goes for $10.80)! The difference is that XL is 3 times larger than the regular size. 😱 This promo is only available at its Liang Court outlet and between 17-28th Feb.

This was definitely a treat for me, an udon lover!


New item - Unagi rice bowl, launch price at $10! Something special because the marinated eel is grilled first, before deep frying to give a thin crisp skin while the flesh remains soft and fluffy. The unagi is not "tempura-ed", which was good, as I felt would preserve the charcoal taste of the grilled eel. I found the marinate sauce a little too salty on its own, but perfect if taken with their japanese import rice (Hence the rice bowl πŸ˜…) The marinate sauce is not overly sweet for people who doesn't like their eel excessively sweet. Very reasonably priced for the quality and portion (grilled eel is not cheap! ><) and enjoy this with free toppings of tempura crunchies and seaweed! Yums!!

From Udon to Tendon

Tendon 8: 8 pieces of tempura over a bowl of Hokkaido rice. Super worth it with 2 huges pieces of prawns, japanese vegetables such as Lady's finger and eggplant and a huge chunk of fried mildly sweet pumpkin. They also included a fried gyoza tempura which was something quite unique served in a rice bowl. Tamoya's tendon may not match up to Ginza Itsuki's mainly because the tempuras are not fried upon order and were selected off their pre-fried tempura rack. If you are lucky, you may get freshly fried tempuras straight off the fryer! Then again, to avoid the super long waiting time at Ginza Itsuki, I will definitely return here for my tendon fix!

Just happened to pass by this #udon place.

Only S$5.80 for the bowl of udon, and S$1 per piece of #kitsune. Free flow of the kake stock and toppings! Thought it's good quality at fast food price.

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Beef Udon with Assorted Tempura

One of our favourite places for udon is Tamoya. The ordering process is similar as to ordering yong tau foo. You order a base dish (in our case, a large beef udon) and then you add the extra sides (ebi, sweet potato and fish cake tempura). There are many extras for you to choose from. We love the texture of the udon and the taste of the broth which is hard for other places to replicate!

Kama-Tama (Regular), Tempura Ebi, Chicken Katsu

It looks like a small bowl, but I always find udon so satiating that I can never finish a serving on my own. This one was no exception, though I did take great pleasure in slurping down all that warm, delicious shoyu broth, thickened with a raw egg cracked straight over the chewy noodles.

The tempura ebi deserves credit as well for the tightly-woven cluster of perfectly light, crispy tempura crumbs clinging to a crunchy prawn. Super yum.

Affordable udon and tempura

Prices start from $5.15 for a simple bowl of udon, to which you can add your choice of tempura ($1 - a little over $2 for ebi tempura).

Damn Good Udon!

This is some damn good udon in SG! Will be coming back very often!

Beef Udon

6.5/10, $15+, overrated; the udon noodles are pretty decent but everything else is crap.

When served, u will think it's just a plain bowl of soup udon.

When served, u will think it's just a plain bowl of soup udon. But don't be deceived! At the side, there's a condiment station where u can top up ur udon with loads of fresh seaweed, spring onions , bonito flakes, chili powder, daikon & fried tempura flour (age tenpura-ko). Too awesome I tell u!!! 🍜🍜🍜

It's gonna rain again...

It's gonna rain again... Big wind... Another hail storm in Singapore, maybe? It would be great to have another awesome bowl of udon I had last night!

Tried out a new udon place with the guys...

Tried out a new udon place with the guys... Very nice and light!

Kama-tama Udon

Hot and chewy "Kama-age" udon with raw egg. Enjoy with Soy-sauce taste broth. Highly recommended!

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