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Toranomon: Udon
₯6257-3850
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Novel, fusion-style
udon is the special-
ty here, but what
first attracted our
attention was the
inviting little sake
bar standing at the
front of the shop. A
couple dozen well-
chosen craft sakes
from around the
country are served
in taster-size 60ml
or full 120ml por-
tions, in your
choice of standard
sake cups or proper
wine glasses (we
recommend the lat-
ter).

The udon menu fea-
tures intriguing
choices such as udon
carbonara and beef-
tendon curry udon,
with most dishes in
the Y1000-1200
range. We enjoyed a
very refined,
Chinese-inspired
tantanmen udon with
a satisfyingly spicy
sesame sauce, and a
compelling Italian-
style four-cheese
udon that had us
scooping up the very
last of the sauce
from our bowl.

A serving of udon
here is filling
enough to make a
complete meal, but
if you're in the
mood for starters
(or noodle alterna-
tives), you'll find
a good selection of
charcoal-grilled
meats, fish and
vegetables that
should go nicely
with your sake.
There are also orig-
inal dishes like
"caprese tempura" -
mozzarella, cherry
tomatoes and basil,
tempura-fried with a
light, delicate
coating. Budget
around Y1500-3000 at
dinnertime.
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Minato-ku, Torano-
mon 1-26, Toranomon
Hills 4F.  Open
11am-2:30, 5-10:30pm
(LO) daily.
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