Newly updated on 6 April 2013
It was a heavy downpour last Friday. I love downpours but not the massive traffic jam after the downpour. We planned for early dinner but in the end, a late one as kampungboycitygal and Chris&Christine were stuck in jam for wheeee hours.
Sanuki Udon, located at this quiet neightbourhood is owned by Seiji Fukimoto-san and he makes his sanuki udon daily.
Kakiage Udon with Wakame & Egg (RM 9)
Kakiage Udon with egg & Ebi Tempura (RM 10)
The soupy broth was made of dashi; it was light but very flavoursome.
Curry Udon with egg & ebi Tempura (RM 10)
Curry Udon with Egg (RM 8)
The noodles come in different length and width. It is super springy with the QQ texture ♥
The curry udon was very fragrant. I just can’t wait to have the udon once it was served on our table. the curry was well done with cooked potatos, carrot and chicken cubes.
Dry ‘cha cheong’ style udon with egg (RM 7)
Kampungboy said it was very ‘Taiwanese’.
Our side dish: Karaage (RM 3) – the flavourful, crispy fried chicken.
Sanuki Udon serves yakitori too after 5.30pm. The above is Shiitake yakitori (RM 2 per stick)
Momo (leg meat) yakitori (RM 3 per stick) and kawa (skin) yakitori (Rm 2 per stick). We love these smokey skewes! how great if there was a glass of cold beer 😛
Green tea (RM 1) each.
Newly updated on 6 April 2013 after my most recent visit
Hiyashi Goma Tsuke Men (Rm 7) is the new addition in the menu. A plate of cold udon served with some greens, shredded gingers and a bowl of sesame dipping sauce. I love my udon with this sesame dipping sauce, very refreshing with fragrant bits of sesame adsorbed on each strands of udon. The udon is still as great as old days, super springy and bouncy.
Restaurant Sanuki Udon
9, Jalan Bukit Desa 5,
Taman Bukit Desa,
Jalan Klang Lama,
58100 Kuala Lumpur.
(close on Mondays)
Tel: 012-2418131 (Seiji Fukimoto)