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Tamoya Udon And Tempura: Famous Udon By Japanese Reality Show Champion Now At SingPost Centre

Tamoya Udon & Tempura has carbonara udon at Singpost Centre

Image credit: @nomboynomgirl

Fans of popular Japanese udon joint Tamoya Udon & Tempura will be thrilled to know that they’ve just opened a second outlet at Paya Lebar’s SingPost Centre! With 17 outlets worldwide, the restaurant was founded by Chef Tamotsu Kurokawa, the “Sanuki Udon Champion” of a Japanese reality cooking show.


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Tamoya Udon & Tempura takes pride in serving fresh udon that’s hand-pulled daily. Their udon is well-loved for its firm and chewy texture—it’s made using a mix of three different flours imported from Japan.

Image credit: @tamoya.sg

Their new Paya Lebar outlet features a number of new menu items, including the tangy Tomato Cream Udon ($13.40+) and Carbonara Udon ($13.40+), made with a creamy, cheesy broth. There’s also Ankake Udon ($14.40+), comprising thick soup made from fish broth, seasoned with soy sauce.

You can top up your meal with an onsen egg ($1.70+), ebiko ($2.50+), and mentaiko sauce ($3), or opt for extra chashu slices for $1.90+.


Image credit: @tamoya.sg

One of the restaurant’s best-sellers is the Sanuki Beef Egg Udon ($12.70+). This crowd-favourite features handmade udon topped with a jiggly onsen egg and tender beef slices, simmered in the restaurant’s signature bonito soup stock.

Otherwise, try the Black Garlic Tonkotsu Udon ($12.30+). This gets you the same al dente Japanese udon in a rich and creamy tonkotsu broth, doused with house-made black garlic oil. It also comes with a generous serving of chashu slices, crunchy bamboo shoots, and an ajitama egg.


Image credit: @tamoya.sg

Besides udon, the restaurant offers bento meals, including Salmon Teriyaki Bento ($13.10+) and Beef Bento ($13.10+). Both dishes are accompanied by Japanese rice on the side, along with two pieces of mushroom tempura and a salad.

For more good food in Paya Lebar, check out our Paya Lebar Square and PLQ food guide. If you’re looking for light bites, read our YM Bakery review for affordable truffle parma ham quiches and more in the basement of PLQ Mall.

Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, #01-149, SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11:15am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:15am to 10pm
Website
Tamoya Udon & Tempura is not a halal-certified eatery.

Feature image adapted from @tamoya.sg and @nomboynomgirl

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