Tamoya Udon at Liang Court is known to serve one of the best udon available in Singapore.
Always keeping it fresh with exciting new flavours, the udon eatery has launched 2 new seasonal dishes – Tonkotsu Udon and Tonjiru Udon.
Founded in 1996 in Kagawa prefecture, Tamoya’s udon propelled to fame after it won the “Best Udon Maker of Kagawa Prefecture” in a television champion show in Japan.
Its udon dishes are handmade on site with ingredients imported from Japan, from flour to shoyu to bonito.
The noodles blend 3 types of different flour, and will change their combination ration by the seasons depending on the temperature and humidity.
Therefore, you would find it having more bite and chewiness unlike some others who can be soggy or just plain rubbery.
Tonkotsu Udon ($10.80)
While you always hear Tonkotsu going with ramen, this features Tamoya’s signature springy udon noodles with rich and creamy tonkotsu soup boiled for long period of time.
On the surface of the soup is house-made black garlic oil (aka ma-yu), which lends the broth a distinct fragrance and more complex blend of flavours. This accentuate the depth of tonkotsu soup, adding an earthy savouriness.
Added with pork char siu, bamboo shoots and ajitama egg.
Tonjiru Udon ($10.20)
Tonjiru literally meaning “pork (ton) soup (jiru)”, is a classic miso dish which is popular during winter/spring seasons. The bowl comes with slowly-stewed slices of Tamoya’s signature pork mixed with vegetables and onsen tamago.
The soup base is made of red miso soup broth, which has a deeper umami flavour and intricately balanced flavors for a more authentic Japanese taste.
The other plus point is that most of the udon items are $10.80 or below, inclusive of GST, and the eatery waives off the additional service charge.
Tamoya Udon Singapore たも屋うどん-シンガポール
177 River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre, #01-32, Singapore 179030
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)
* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Tamoya Udon Singapore.