Although I’ve declared numerous times that I’m a serious noodle lover, I’ll still would not hold back until my statement is clear again:
I LOVE NOODLES!
and I’ve found another new favourite!
Looks like Chris loves this even more than I do.
It’s Udon this round.
FRESH Udon, to be precise.
FRESH Udon, to be precise.
If it’s not for our makan kaki’s (Kampungboycitygal & AiWei) great discovery, we wouldn’t have dropped by. It’s definitely not a boast if we suggest you to check this hidden gem out. We must say this area is kinda quiet compared to its neighbouring area in Danau Desa. Rule out fancy interior and say hello to springy, fresh Udon.
With plain Udon only at RM 5 and another few selections with different toppings at RM7, you could also opt to add in extra toppings with a ringgit or two extra charges. Delicious and yet an economical way to enjoy a bowl of fresh Japanese noodles. Plus, their soup is clear yet tasty too.
Karaage (Japanese-style fried Chicken) – RM 3
Do drop by for some freshly made Udon and you could also opt to get some home: RM20 for a 1kg portion. Visit Masak-Masak for more info on how she churn out her homemade yummy.
Restaurant Sanuki Udon
9, Jalan Bukit Desa 5,
Taman Bukit Desa,
Jalan Klang Lama
58100 Kuala Lumpur
( Closed on Mondays )
Tel : +6012 241 8131 ( Seiji Fukimoto )
Another sweet ending as always;
Japanese Pudding (Egg Custard) from RT Bakery at Danau Desa 🙂
14 Replies to “Sanuki Udon @ Taman Bukit Desa”
ow, yummy yummy~~
love your blog & gonna try this place!
hehehe, love the QQ texture of their noodles. yum
and the one from RT is nicezzz 🙂 gotta write bout it soon 🙂
Continuously read about this place from Ai Wei,U & kampungboycitygal make my urge to go there more stronger, I must go I must go!!!
Oh…yummy-licious leh~ =)
I find it hard to resist noodles too! love the slurpy nature of it. LOL
hahah..yes yes..we knoiw that,so next time will buy a big packet of noodle for you..:p
They're really cheap huh? Seldom see udon, soba or ramen for anything less than RM15. Really.
Looks so good, and so cheap too!!!
I really must make a trip up to KL for this.
simple place. but yet the price is darn cheap =)
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