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Telephone
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Introduction
Tamoya was established in the home of udon, Sanuki (now known as Kagawa) prefecture in 1996 by Sanuki udon champion, Tamotsu Kurokawa. Brought all the way from Tamoya Japan, Sanuki udon is hand-crafted from Tamoya's proprietary flour mixture and served with "golden dashi" broth. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 21:30
Other Info
Group Gathering
Restaurant Website
http://tamoya.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Kake Udon Zaru Udon
Review (6)
Level4 2015-09-10
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I followed the good advice of ordering the basic Kake Udon and added the eggplant, jap egg and fish cake tempura. I love how they allow you to customize your bowl of udon and can just add as much of the tempura bits and seaweed as you like! Together with the tasty broth and QQ udon, it is really a very fulfilling meal! Will definitely return! continue reading
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For more reviews, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.comThe ordering method is the same as the udon shops in Tokyo. First you pick the type of Hot or Cold udon you prefer. It comes in various version, Zaru style (cold, dry with dipping sauce), Kama-age (Hot Al dente, dry with dipping sauce), Kake (Special "Golden dashi broth"), Sanuki (thick soya sauce broth). Meat toppings and Curry options are available too. After which, move down the counter to pick up your choice of tempura, pay and there you have it, a cheap and delicious meal. Prices are nett. There's no service charge or GST. The udon starts from $4.80 for a regular portion. There's quite a bit of noodles in this one. A large bowl of noodles (from $6.80) is more than enough for sharing between S and i. I absolutely love the Cold Zaru Udon.Hot Kake Udon ($4.80/6.80) in Golden Broth is also very delicious. It's a simple but a refreshing dashi stock. The hot udon is not as chewy as the cold one though.The tempura selection is rather limited compared to what i've seen in Japan. Vegetable tempura are from $1 and the ebi tempura is most expensive at $2.50 each.The tempura isn't the most fantastic actually. The first time we tried it at the Clarke Quay Liang Court outlet, the tempura items were a little cold and the batter had lost its crunch. The prawn was a little powdery and unlike the typical crystal version that is usually used in Japanese ebi tempura. The fried chicken ($2) was flavorful and well marinated though. The Chinatown Point outlet fared better imo.Tamoya, best value for money and uber delicious udon. This is definitely where i'm heading everytime i have an udon craving. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-23
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If golden mile is little thailand and joo chiat is little vietnam, Liang Court must be little Japan. Located here is a big melting pot of Japanese food and stuff. One of the Japanese eatery that I would highly recommended here is Tamoya. This is a no frill eatery that serves only handmade udon and some tempura. However do note that the queue here is seriously unceasing. I ordered regular Curry udon ($8.50), 1 ebi tempura ($2.50) while my friend ordered regular beef Bukkake Udon ($10.80). Curry udon is just dry Udon with curry. HOwever the udon is very springy(qq) thus making it a very hearty meal. I would recommend the bukkake udon instead as it's udon with Soya sauce based soup. I prefer this better. Personally I think the udon taste better with soup. As for the tempura, I feel it's very worth ordering as the prawn was fresh and the tempura batter is crispy. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-21
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Liang Court Wednesdays' Food Tasting Trails again. I made 2 trips down to Liang Court on the last day of the food trail for both lunch and dinner. For lunch, I visited Tamoya Udon which is a Japanese restaurant that specialises in handmade Udon.With the Liang Court's Wednesdays' Food Trail Coupon, I was able to try the large Curry Udon (U.P $10.80) with Prawn Tempura (U.P $2.50), Fried Chicken (U.P $1.50) and Chikuwa Tempura (U.P $1). The Curry Udon was delicious. The Udon handmade using three types of flour was the highlight. It was chewy yet soft and smooth. The curry with lots of onions added to it complemented the udon well. The Fried Chicken was decent, while the Prawn and Chikuwa Tempura were disappointing. Both the tempura were cold, hard and no longer crisp. They were also coated with too much batter.Detailed review: http://foodiefc.blogspot.sg/2013/08/liang-court-wednesdays-food-tasting.html continue reading
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Level3 2013-05-02
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Mrupupup visited the new Tamoya Udon outlet at Liang Court Shopping Mall- first floor. The place sells handmade udon with yummy broth from the home of udon (Sanuki, Japan) with freshly made and very nice tempura items like prawn, vegetables, mushroom, eggplant, sweet potato and many more. You can also try their Japanese potato croquette. Tamoya was established in the home of udon, Sanuki in Japan. Tamoya Singapore is their first overseas outlet. Mrupupup loved the freshly made udon - dry or soup version (from $4.80 onwards) and yummy tempura pieces (range from $1 to $3). http://mrupupup.blogspot.sg/2013/04/tamoya-udon-at-liang-court.html continue reading
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