Udon is a time-honored brand. It’s been a long time since it’s been seen. The udon noodles are all handmade by the owner. The sashimi rice bowl inside is also good, mainly in residential areas, and the price is much cheaper than in the city center.
One of Takamatsu’s specialty is udon. Their udon is very simple. It has a clear broth and watery, but you can eat the original udon with a smooth texture. A bowl is not expensive.
The tempura at this place is not bad, although it is not as good as the high-end tempura I have eaten in Tokyo, but it is also the best I have eaten in this small place! Its sweet shrimps are very big, and they are not old at all when they are fried.
I am not particularly interested in udon noodles, but the quality is really good. I think the tempura of this restaurant is quite delicious, the price is not expensive, and every serving is very fresh and crispy.
Really worthy of a time-honored restaurant! Their udon noodles are the most famous, and others like tempura are also good. The standard combination is one serving of udon and one serving of tempura, which is pretty good.