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COMPASS MAGAZINE > June 2015

Sihkoku Udon and Tempura

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Sihkoku Udon and Tempura

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Sihkoku Udon and Tempura

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Sihkoku Udon and Tempura

429, HeNan Rd, Sec 4, Nantun Dist
(intersection with Dadun 11th St)
(04) 2258 1666
Hours: 11:30 am-10 pm
No service charge.

Udon is a deceivingly-simple noodle dish prepared with great skill. The owner here is an udon-making expert who took the time to visit Japan to learn all about making these noodles with Japanese wheat flour to ensure a tender texture that pairs well with tempura. Udon can be prepared in various ways, including cold or with curry, and is available here as a set meal with tempura made from low-gluten flour from Japan, plus three appetizers (beans, marinated cucumbers and cold veggies) and organic lettuce and fig salad. For something extra to go with every enjoyable bite, you can also order a special sashimi platter with fresh prawns. --By Uvia Chang, translated by S. Ying

A. Beef and Prawn Tempus Udon (NT$880) comes with appetizers, salad, sashimi, scallop tempura, udon noodles and dessert. The udon pairs wonderfully with the beef and comes with a special sauce blended from Japanese soy sauce, radish and onions.

B. Beef Udon Noodle Set Meal (NT$800)

C. A variety of Oden (NT$35-100) includes daikon, tofu, and beef tendons.

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