Recommendation by Victoria
Udon · Hidden Gems · Casual · Real Deal · For Two · Small Groups
Open today: 12:00-22:00
Operating hoursHolidays may affect opening times
342 East 6th Street, New York City, New York USA
gourmet4789 posted a recommendation
a year ago
If you are looking for a budget and good quality food, Marugame Udon is the one. If gives you a budget friendly and also it gives you a better quality of food. It also give a lil bit of big serving also. Gyudon is a must try and also the beef udon. Hence, vegetable tempura is also a must try 😉.
cavichan posted a recommendation
4 years ago
A feast of authentic Hokkaido cuisine beckons at Yukitei. Their specialty Gosetsu Udon is said to be the best in the whole country! Instead of using wheat flour, they use 100 percent Kutchan potatoes and spring water from Mount Yotei. Gosetsu means “heavy snowfall” an appropriate name for the white foam that tops the noodles, reminiscent of the snow-covered lands of Hokkaido.
5 years ago
A Japanese noodle joint may strike confusion when you’re looking for a Fry-up, but hear us out! Koya Bar’s English Breakfast Udon seamlessly blends your favorite components to its special bowls of soup, making for a wonderful fusion that’s out-of-this-world yet familiar at the same time. The helping of earthy Dashi (Japanese cooking stock typically used as a base) broth and thick udon noodles topped with slices of bacon, fried egg, and shiitake mushrooms will tickle your tastebuds to keep you wanting more!
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