We’re also about 5 minute walk to Liang Court, so we’re on a quest to try every single one of the stalls in Meidi-Ya Supermarket. First up: Tsuru Tsuru Tei Udon.
A went for a Karaage Udon, and I had the Chili Pork Udon. A’s was a clear soup with the chicken karaage served separately. It looked quite nondescript but the soup was excellent – really cheng, clean-tasting yet flavourful.
Mine was the polar opposite of his. This was almost like a kimchi soup base with sliced pork. This is good if you want lots of flavour, but if you’re after a traditional clear soup udon, go for the regular ones. I’m going for the beef udon next - the same clear soup topped with slices of beef.
It was only after we got home that we realised that it’s opened by the same group as Tampopo. No wonder the quality was good.
Not the best udon I’ve ever had, but it’s certainly served up quick. Passable for a fast food version of udon I guess.
177 River Valley Road
#B1-50 Liang Court
Open daily: 10 am to 9.30 pm