I stumbled onto this udon noodle house by chance after a maze chase at Pandan Indah. The eating experience here was a surprise, good food and very affordable, it had a brilliant texture and freshly homemade, knead by hand and knife cut to perfection. I myself just love the caring touch and time being invested onto each of this udon bowl. Here, a RM6 can get you a wholesome udon bowl to enjoy without any frills, topped with chopped spring onion, seaweed, tempura flakes and drenched with a tasty bonito flake soup. I just love their Kake Udon, done to perfection and packed with simplicity.
The Ajitama egg was very suiting and had a perfect texture, the slightly running egg yolk was superbly done and I had two of them and cost me very little too.
I just love the al dente biting texture of the udon here that jived perfectly with the carbonara sauce. The topping was nice and complimented well, packed with good flavour. I wished I can have another bowl, maybe I will my next trip, just carbonara.
Oh . . . looked local just like our pan mien, their Tsukimi Soup Udon, it came with a poached egg and gave a kick to the whole bowl of udon. I felt so blessed at the moment.
The gold bars of Udonya San was very affordable. Three pieces for only RM4 is definitely a steal. It was packed with tenderness and juicy that cause me to have two plates. It was too syiok indulgence that don’t cost a lot.
The Tonkatsu was likeable. The crisp skin caught my attention and the biting texture of the chicken gave a good kick over some chilli sauce but my neighbour seated next to me found it slightly hard for him. It did jive very well with me.
I love Curry Udon, I was told that I was freaking mad but I just adore the fruitiness infused into a Japanese curry. Here it was slightly a different story, it was good but their curry had a slight local twist, not so fruity sweet and slightly powdery, not so smooth. All said but it still got me hooked, very likeable.
The Black Peppered Udon was their latest addition due to the customer request and it was brilliant. It had a kick of peppery and had a very seductress taste. It was a good bowl of udon and a must order.
The Kakiage came with a fabulous crispy in texture and I loved it. At RM3 it was sure affordable.
We also had their Tempura Vegetable and it was done brilliantly. The Udon here is good and handmade to perfection, good texture and very affordable. I will be back with more makan mates !
Udonya San Restaurant
65 Jalan Pandan Indah 4/3A
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel No: 011-1310 4182