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Soba / Udon Spots in Osaka Area

  • Usamitei Matsubaya
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    4.0
    24 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Minamisemba 3-8-1
    A venerable udon noodle shop located in Osaka City’s Chuo Ward said to be the originator of kitsune udon noodles. When the restaurant was first founded in 1893, it served the inari fried tofu separate from the udon noodles, but after it became common for customers to add the inari to their noodles, the restaurant began serving the noodles with the inari already on top. The dashi stock, noodles, and spongy, juicy fried tofu made according to the same recipe as when the shop first opened are the taste of old Osaka.

    Udon soup the same for any toppings. One of the bowls I got a tiny piece of fish cake. No surprises. Size of the bowls are pretty small, not filling at all.

  • Udonbo Osaka Main Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Umeda 1-1-3 B200 Osaka Station front 3rd building B2F37-2
    Udonbo Osaka Main Store, located in the second below ground floor of Osaka Station 3 Building in Kita Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, is a well-known sanuki udon noodle restaurant. The main restaurant is located in Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture. The chewy thin noodles using wheat developed especially for Sanuki udon noodles and carefully made stock with several ingredients such as bonito and sardines are the keys to the good taste. Chanpon (mixed) udon noodles full of ingredients is a specialty dish. Bukkake, hot noodles without topping which go down smoothly, is also popular. It is crowded with neighboring business people on weekdays and many couples and families visit on weekends.
  • Chitose Annex
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Nambasennichimae 11-6 Nambukugandohanetsu 1F
    Chitose Annex located on the first floor of Namba Grand Kagetsu which is known as the Comedy Hall of Fame is a restaurant, which is an annex of the famous restaurant for the well-known dish Niku-sui. The dish is meat udon noodles with the noodles removed and a semi-boiled egg added. It became popular since Kyo Hanaki, an actor who used to perform at Yoshimoto Shinkigeki, ordered the dish at the main restaurant when he suffered from a hangover. The soup with plenty of beef on top has a delicate taste with the punch of bonito flavor. Making a set meal with rice covered with an egg is popular. The closest station is Namba Station.
  • Gokuraku Udon TKU
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Higashinari-ku Higashiobase 1-1-4
    This is a quiet Sanuki udon noodle store, located about a minute on foot from Tamatsukuri Station on the JR Osaka Loop Line. The characteristic of the noodles is that they are very chewy hard noodles which few Osaka people were familiar with. Japanese wheat is matured for two days, so one can sense the smell of the wheat when biting into the noodles. For the soup stock, they are using natural Kombu and bonito which goes well with noodles to make a white soup and to curb the sweetness of the soup stock. Popular dishes at the restaurant include “Toriten (tempura style fried chicken) curry Udon” which is topped with three large tempura style fried chicken pieces and “MK noodles accompanied by dipping sauce” which is made using Hungarian Mangalica pork.

    17時までは小ライスがサービスなのでギリギリの16:50ぐらいに入って間に合いました。お腹いっぱいになります。 鶏天一個カレーうどん税込950円。カレーうどんもですが鶏天が非常に美味しかった。今度はぶっかけが食べたい。

  • Sanuki Udon Shikokuya
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Umeda 1-2-2 Osaka station front 2nd building B2F
    On the second basement floor of the “Osaka Station 2 Building” in Kita Ward, Osaka City is a restaurant specializing in Sanuki Udon (wheat noodles from Sanuki). The shop is famous and has long been loved since its establishment in 1979. The signature dish “Curry Udon” is a curry of spice and two types of soup stock coating thick smooth fully matured noodles and is a delicious dish. In summer “Hiya Bukkake” (a dish of cold noodles served with a cold dipping sauce) is also popular. The only seating in the shop is at a counter and the shop is crowded at lunch with office workers from nearby.

    For muslim travellers, you can start or end your Japanese meal flavours at the one in Kansai airport. Love the udon and oden, beef and rice and you cant go wrong with it. Reasonable affordable, taste...

  • Hoso Udon Kuromon Sakae
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    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Doujima 1-4-8 Wide Building 1F
    This is a long-established udon (wheat noodle) restaurant that originally opened in the “Kuromon Market”, known as the kitchen of Osaka, currently operating in Kitashinchi, the downtown area of ​​Kita. The noodles used are as thin as toothpicks yet firm, and go perfectly with the strongly flavored and aromatic bonito soup stock. The most popular dish on the menu is “Kakiage Tempura Udon” (mixed vegetable tempura on noodle) which is only offered for dinner. The clear taste of the “Ume konbu udon” (plum and kelp noodle) is popular among female customers. The elegant Japanese style interior has an atmosphere that makes it easy for even women to enter alone. The nearest station is Kitashinchi Station.
  • Tsurutontan Kitashinchi Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Sonezakishinchi 1-1-19
    This udon restaurant is located in Sonezaki Shinchi of Kita Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture. It is based on the concept of “high-quality udon” and has earned popularity for its secret Kansai soup stock recipe and firm noodles prepared individually for each order. In addition to standards such as “kitsune no oudon” (udon with deep-fried tofu), there are also popular original creations such as the pasta-like “mentaiko no oudon” (udon with spicy cod roe). For large gatherings, they offer well-received udon banquet dishes and udon hot pot courses.
  • Kasuya Via Abeno Walk Store
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Abeno-ku Abenosuji 1-6-1 Via Avenue walk
    This offal skewer and udon noodle shop is known for their signature menu item made with plenty of abura-kasu (deep-fried beef intestines), kasu udon. Abura-kasu is beef intestines that have been thoroughly fried in oil, and it has characteristic crispy outsides with jiggly insides and a unique richness. In addition to abura-kasu, you can also enjoy various toppings such as large pieces of thin deep-fried tofu. At this branch, the offal is served on skewers, so you can easily eat them without a teppanyaki grill.
  • Soba Hikawa
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    3.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Ikedashi Iguchidou 1-1-17-H
    This is a soba buckwheat noodle shop in Iguchido, Ikeda City. The concept is a store that people want to go back to and a store you want to tell your friends about. It is like a little hideaway with its unique and original interior and dishes made by the owner. The soba noodles are all made with 100 percent buckwheat. Customers can enjoy five types of smoothness of the noodle as well as different textures and flavors. A galette made from buckwheat flour which you can eat with a knife and fork in a refined manner is also served.

    In the middle of a residential district near Highway 176 in the city of Ikeda, not too far away from Hankyu Railways Ishibashi Station, Soba Restaurant Hikawa hides itself from most crowds. If you...

  • Sobakiri Tsutaya
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    4.5
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Toyono-gun Nosecho Tarumi 246
    A soba noodle restaurant located in Tarumi, Nose Town, Toyono County, Osaka Prefecture. Surrounded by the lush natural beauty found in the lowland areas between the mountains of Nose, the restaurant serves noodles made by hand using only homemade noodle flour. In addition to a la carte soba noodles, the restaurant also offers noodle sets which include local dishes made with seasonal vegetables, and course meals which come with two to three varieties of soba noodles.

    美味しい蕎麦屋と聞けば足を運んでいますが、遠くて行きにくいこの店はなかなか行けなかったお店でした。時間が取れたので予約を入れてお邪魔しました。メニューは限られますが、三種類の蕎麦のセットを注文しました。ざる、キュウリとゴマのそば、肉せいろ蕎麦の3種類の蕎麦が順番に出されましたが、どれも抜群でした。食後に頼んだブルーベリーシャーベットも秀逸でした。また、時間を見つけてお邪魔します。

  • Mimiu Shin-Osaka Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Yodogawa-ku Nishinakajima 5-16-1 Shin-Osaka Station Building 1F/2F
    Mimiu is a Japanese cuisine restaurant that has inherited the traditions of restaurants in Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture with a history going back 200 years. Mimiu's signature dish is udon suki (seafood and vegetable hotpot served with udon noodles) made using a special Kansai-style broth. To ensure that diners can enjoy the scent of freshly-sliced Sodabushi (dried Bullet Mackerel), every day just the amount of Sodabushi needed for that day is sliced up and delivered to each branch of the restaurant. Besides luxurious banquet-style dishes, Mimiu also offers a reasonably-priced lunch menu, including a Hina Suki set meal that combines Udon Suki with snacks. Mimiu (Shin-Osaka Branch) has a Draft Beer Set Meal not available at any other branch, which combines food options with draft beer.
  • Mimiu (Abeno Harukas Dining Store)
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    4.0
    13 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Abeno-ku Abenosuji 1-1-43 Abe no Harukasu Kintetsu Main Store Tower Hall 13F
    This is the Abeno HARUKAS store of the restaurant that has been in business for 200 years in Sakai in Osaka. The interior has a refreshing modern feel with a Japanese style. They also have private rooms where you can enjoy meals in a calm atmosphere. Their specialty udonsuki (udon noodles with hot pot) uses udon noodles made with homemade flour and a broth made over two hours at each store every day. The menu is centered on udonsuki, and you can taste flavorful shabu shabu and dishes that have been beautifully prepared.

    It is my first time i breakfast in osaka, in this restaurant, i am feel so enjoy, that food is so delicious, i am so like the food named UDON, that is so delicious, in the morning eating udon in...

  • Mimiu Honmachi Branch
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    4.0
    54 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Honmachi 4-6-4 Northern Honshu
    Three minutes' walk from Honmachi Station on the Midosuji or Yotsubashi subway lines. This venerable shop carries on a 200 year legacy of the Sakai area. The key to their flavor is their dashi stock, made with select dried bonito flakes, high grade fermented bonito, and Rishiri kombu kelp. Their specialty dish is Udonsuki, with thick udon noodles steeped in that dashi and matched with fresh seafood and mountain produce. They have many private rooms with sunken kotatsu seating, but they can also accommodate receptions, banquets, celebrations and memorial services.

    Came here with whole family of 4 for dinner. We spent Y 11,000. Yet, we are not really pleased with the food. Not recommended.

  • Tsurutontan Daikokucho Branch
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Naniwa-ku Shikitsunishi 2-1-11
    This udon shop is right outside Daikokucho Station on the Osaka municipal subway. The shop offers a traditional Japanese atmosphere where you can enjoy a slow meal in peace. They offer over 40 varieties of dish, including the Zaru no O Udon, perfect to enjoy the unmasked taste and texture of the noodles, and Curry Udon, made with their original secret curry roux recipe that's remained unchanged since the shop's founding. They also serve a wide range of side dishes, including onigiri rice balls, Mini Filet Katsudon pork cutlet rice bowls, Mini Oyakodon chicken and egg rice bowls, and more. All the noodles served here are thin, with outstanding firmness and flavor, demonstrating the shop's pride in their house-made udon.

    I came to this restaurant for a late lunch, so the place is quite empty. Decor of the restaurant is quite nice and the staff is very friendly. Theres an English menu which is also nice. I ordered a...

  • KAZOKUTEI HEPPUNABIOTEN
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    4.0
    10 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Kita-ku Kakudachou 7-10HEP Navio Navio 6F dining

    大阪梅田にある「ナビオ阪急」6階のレストランフローにある同店は、他のチェーン店を利用したことがあったので入ってみました。夜の8時を少し過ぎていました。入店すると他に客は1人だけで、フローの他のレストランに比べても閑散としていました。 私は、写真にある熟成牛の丼セットわ注文しましたが、油がきつ過ぎてご飯がベトついていて残念でした。また、家内が注文した天ぷらも衣が茶色く、胸に応えたので残してしまい...

  • Sojibo
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Met. Osakashi Kita-ku Doujima 1-6-20 Dojima Avanza B1F
  • Yanagi Iori
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    3.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osaka-shi Chuo-ku Shimanouchi 2-13-15

    仕事先で同僚とお昼をいただきました。そば、うどんとの看板でしたが、大阪だったので迷わずうどんにしました。八宝うどん(1,000円)。まあ普通ですね。一人客が多く、やたらスポーツ新聞を見ている人が目立ちました。

  • sobasho hitoyama
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    3.5
    5 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Osakashi Chuou-ku Kouraibashi 3-1-1

    そば専門店で、お向かいにある鰻の柴藤さんと共に有名です。そばは確かに美味しいと思いますが、「大大」(だいだい)を注文しても量が少なく、男には物足りない。あと店内が狭く、外からは見えないので、相席になる覚悟が必要で、入り難い。よく繁盛しているそば店です。

  • Teuchisobashinshinan
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Met. Minoshi Sakura 5-1-8

    小さいお店ですが、北摂で30年以上支持されているお店は間違いがありません。 喉越しが最高のお蕎麦は、二八、十割、粗挽の3種から選べ、追いざるもできます。天ぷらには天然塩三種が用意されており、季節の一品など蕎麦前も充実した本物のお蕎麦屋さんです。 駐車場は店を右手に見て過ぎた最初の角を右折してすぐです。この道が細いのでご注意を。4台(38〜41番...

  • Tambasasayamaudonisshin
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Osaka Kadomashi Kakiuchichou 8-3

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