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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April, 2007.

TENPURA SANUKI UDON

16, SongShou Rd, B1
(02) 8788-3099
Hours:11:30 am-11 pm
Credit cards accepted.
10% service charge.

Although Tenpura Sanuki Udon is located in an alley at XingYi Warner ATT and Neo 19, the reputation of this semi-hidden place has people scouring the alleyways to find it, to taste its Sanuki Udon (Japanese noodles) dishes. It is hard to believe how much work goes into making a bowl of noodles. They insist on making noodles with only with flour and water, adding no preservatives or chemicals. This process, which also includes the use of sea salt and humidity and temperature control, makes the noodles non-sticky. As a customer here, all you have to do is enjoy a bowl of chewy udon! --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. Tenpura's udon is all served in set-meal forms (NT$180-330) and comes with small side dishes and dessert. The most expensive one is the Three-Treasure Udon, which comes in three flavors: Wild Yam, Tempura or Curry. Order this meal along with Teriyaki Chicken Cakes (NT$180), and Roasted Miso Eggplant (NT$120), for a perfect meal for two.

B. Cold Udon with Sesame Salad (NT$260) is so refreshing and tangy that you will definitely want another after you finish the first.

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