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8 Udon Restaurants In Singapore For Tokyo-Viral Flat Noodles, Handmade Udon And More

25th March 2024

Best udon restaurants in Singapore

Japanese restaurants in Singapore are aplenty, but udon restaurants are harder to come by. From TikTok-viral flat udon and traditional hand-pulled noodles, to trendy carbonara udon, we’ve gathered eight restaurants serving the best udon in Singapore. Consider this your go-to guide the next time you’re craving these Japanese noodles!

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1. Tempura Udon by Mizuya

Image credit: @tempuraudon.bymizuya

Tempura Udon by Mizuya is, as its name suggests, a casual Japanese restaurant specialising in tempura and udon. The CBD eatery offers wallet-friendly tempura sets under $20++. There’s the Ebi Tempura ($17++), which comes with three prawns and four vegetables paired with your choice of mushroom rice, udon, or soba. Regulars love the light and crispy tempura batter that pairs well with the QQ udon noodles and savoury broth. The restaurant offers loaded chirashi don bowls and sushi too!

1 Tras Link, #01-14 orchid hotel, Singapore 078867
Opening Hours: Monday 11:30 a.m - 02:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

Tempura Udon by Mizuya is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Umai Artisanal Udon BarĀ 


Umai Artisanal Udon BarĀ is a fairly new udon-focused restaurant that offers a whopping total of 25 udon dishes on the menu, split into four types of noodles. Expect fusion udon mains such as Spicy Prawn Hibachi ($18++), featuring Hippari udon, seared tiger prawns, and minced black pork, in a rich hae mee-like soup. Another highlight is their Himokawa Udon with Niku Shabu & Tempura Deluxe SetĀ ($23++), starring TikTok-viral Himokawa udon with beef shabu on the side, accompanied by assorted tempura and two dipping sauces.

Read our Umai Artisanal Udon Bar review!

Umai Artisanal Udon Bar
128 Beach Road #01-05, Guoco Midtown, Market, Singapore 189771
Opening Hours: Monday 11:30 a.m - 02:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

Umai Artisanal Udon Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Tamoya Udon & TempuraĀ 

tamoya udon paya lebar food
Image credit:Ā @nomboynomgirl

Tamoya Udon & Tempura is a popular udon restaurant by Chef Tamotsu Kurokawa, the ā€œSanuki Udon Championā€ of a Japanese reality cooking show. They currently have 17 outlets across the globe, as well as two in Singapore: SingPost Centre and Plaza Singapura! The specialty restaurant offers fresh udon that’s made with a mix of three Japan-imported flours. The noodles are also hand-pulled daily, so they’re firm yet slightly chewy.

Read our Tamoya Udon & Tempura feature!

Tamoya Udon & Tempura SingPost Centre
10 Eunos Rd 8, #01-149 SingPost Centre, Singapore 408600
Opening Hours: Monday 11:15 a.m - 09:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

Tamoya Udon & Tempura is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Tokyo SobaĀ 


Despite not having “udon” in its name, Tokyo SobaĀ also serves up a mean bowl of udon too. Mains here are relatively affordable for its Tanjong Pagar location; go for the signature Prawn Tempura Udon ($18), which comes with huge tempura prawns and a heaping bowl of udon noodles. During our visit, the noodles retained their springiness despite sitting in the broth for a while. The prawns were crispy and light too! FYI: this eatery originated in Tokyo’s CBD before opening its first overseas branch in Orchard in 2016.

Tokyo Soba (Tanjong Pagar)
12 Gopeng St, #01-12/13/14 Icon Village, Singapore 078877
Opening Hours: Monday 11:30 a.m - 10:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

Tokyo Soba is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Idaten Udon

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When talking about the best udon restaurants in Singapore, you can’t miss out Idaten Udon, a popular, no-frills eatery with affordable DIY udon bowls. They have four locations across Singapore: NEX, Changi City Point, Causeway Point, and Jurong Point. Prices start from $6.90 for a bowl of kake udon, udon in a clear dashi broth, or zaru udon, which is cold udon served with a chilled tsuyu sauce. Otherwise, try their Beef Udon ($10.90), or go for the crowd favourite Mentai Carbonara Udon ($11.90)! Then, pair your udon with freshly fried tempura (from $1.70), with options such as Potato Croquette and Jumbo Kani Tempura.

Read our Idaten Udon feature.

Idaten Udon (Changi City Point)
5 Changi Business Park Central 1 Changi City Point, #B1, #12, Singapore 486038
Opening Hours: Monday 11:00 a.m - 09:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

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Idaten Udon is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. ENchanko Hotpot and Kamameshi

ENchanko Hotpot And Kamameshi - himokawa udon cooked

While not exactly an udon restaurant, ENchanko Hotpot And KamameshiĀ is said to be the first restaurant in Singapore to offer the Tokyo-viral flat udon, AKA Himokawa Udon ($6.80++). Dunk this in their Signature Tori Chankonabe (from $30++), a collagen-rich soup that’s traditionally served to sumo wrestlers, for the perfect silky-smooth sheets of noodles. The broth also comes with other liao such as MochiĀ Kinchaku: tofu pouches that are filled with mochi and tied up.

1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-52 VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: Monday 11:00 a.m - 10:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

ENchanko Hotpot And Kamameshi is not a halal-certified restaurant

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8. Fu-Men Japanese Udon & Donburi

udon-fu-menImage credit: Yeji Ambitious

Here’s a halal-friendly udon restaurant to check out with your Muslim friends: Fu-Men Japanese Udon & Donburi RestaurantĀ in the CBD. The restaurant specialises in Hakata-style udon, which are softer than usual. Try their Japanese Burdock Tempura Udon ($15.50), starring udon noodles in a clear broth, topped with deep-fried burdock. Else, their Maze Dry Udon ($16), featuring spicy minced chicken and half-boiled egg, is equally popular too!

Fu-Men Japanese Udon & Donburi restaurant (Halal Certificated)
16 Raffles Quay, #B1-17/18 Hong Leong Building, Singapore 048581
Opening Hours: Monday 11:00 a.m - 08:00 p.m  Show More Timings 

Fu-Men Japanese Udon & Donburi Restaurant is a halal-certified eatery.

A guide to udon restaurants in Singapore

Now that you know where to go for udon, time to jio your noodle-loving friends to one of these restaurants for a meal!

If you’re heading to Japan soon, read our full guide to the best food in Tokyo. Otherwise, check out our guide to cheap Japanese food in Singapore!

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