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Tamoya Udon (Liang Court)

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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

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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

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From the Burpple community

Had the black garlic tonkatsu ramen. Great value for the set that comes with your own choice of tempura and drink. Good ambience to sit and talk too! Will be back to try their signatures

A great meal after a long day! Udon is such a comforting food to end the day. Soup is light and refreshing, while udon is thick and well cooked.

The deal is quite worth it as well, with drinks included. If you are super hungry, go for the sides as well!

Very similar style to the udon stalls in Japan 😋 ordered the one with the onsen egg and it was good as usual! The tempura was quite small tho. But since it came in a set with a drink for 7.50 each pax (after the beyond deal), it’s quite worth! 🤗

Udon is chewy, was a p decent meal! Would hv loved if the food was hotter tho haha and tempura had been sitting outside for abit i Guess? But all in all it was olrite

I am a fan of mazesoba (dry ramen) and I have been dying to try Gyu Mixing Udon ($11.80), the udon version of mazesoba from Tamoya Udon. The al-dente handmade udon is tossed in a flavourful and surprisingly spicy sauce with thinly sliced beef, minced meat, corn, spring onion and a runny egg - as good as I imagined it to be!

Noodles were fresh and chewy and the soup had a well balanced flavour. I tried the triple egg udon (which is something you can’t usually find at other restaurants). If you like all kinds of egg then you’ll like this. However, it was a little creamy and started to get a bit jelak towards the end. Nevertheless it was really good.