What is Udon?
Udon is a type of thin, wheat-flour noodle primarily used in Japanese cuisine.
Udon is usually served hot as part of a noodle soup. In its simplest form, as kake udon, it can be served in a mildly-flavored broth made of dashi and soy sauce. This broth is also called kakejiru. When udon is served as a cold noodle, it can be eaten using a dipping sauce.
We serve a variety of udon, such as our spicy noodle at Shin-Sen-Gumi 2GO.
We hope you stop by soon to enjoy our udon.