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对住家式的日本餐厅总有一种莫名的喜欢,不需特意打扮即可出门吃饭的感觉特别棒。 喜欢乌冬面的我,上网搜寻了一番,发现Pandan Indah 的 Udon-ya San餐厅还蛮大家广泛推荐的。餐厅的灯光装潢简洁, 整个氛围很好,适合情侣或家人。复古风味的木桌和椅子也很对味。虽然餐厅的入口一直都是开放着,可是里头的温度刚刚好。餐厅人员的服务很好,对于第一次到访的我们细细地介绍了菜单也推荐了热销餐点。菜单的样式选择不算多,可是口味的选择还蛮特别。上菜的时间也快,所以如果有点赶时间的话, Udon-ya San是不错的选择。Lemongrass Lemon Juice (RM 5)味道不错,不过感觉有点格格不入。Green Tea (RM 1.50)和其他的日本餐厅不一样,这里的绿茶并不是Free refill。不过价钱算合理。Tempura Don (RM 14)一开始的几口觉得口味太过于清淡,不过越吃越觉得Teampura入味。炸鸡块特别好吃。如果饭的味道再甜一点就更棒了。Curry Udon (RM8)味道算是蛮一般,味道也不属于浓郁。可惜了一点。Ajitama (RM 3)超级喜欢Ud
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对住家式的日本餐厅总有一种莫名的喜欢,不需特意打扮即可出门吃饭的感觉特别棒。

喜欢乌冬面的我,上网搜寻了一番,发现Pandan Indah 的 Udon-ya San餐厅还蛮大家广泛推荐的。

餐厅的灯光装潢简洁, 整个氛围很好,适合情侣或家人。复古风味的木桌和椅子也很对味。

虽然餐厅的入口一直都是开放着,可是里头的温度刚刚好。
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餐厅人员的服务很好,对于第一次到访的我们细细地介绍了菜单也推荐了热销餐点。

菜单的样式选择不算多,可是口味的选择还蛮特别。上菜的时间也快,所以如果有点赶时间的话, Udon-ya San是不错的选择。
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Lemongrass Lemon Juice (RM 5)

味道不错,不过感觉有点格格不入。

Green Tea (RM 1.50)

和其他的日本餐厅不一样,这里的绿茶并不是Free refill。不过价钱算合理。
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Tempura Don (RM 14)

一开始的几口觉得口味太过于清淡,不过越吃越觉得Teampura入味。炸鸡块特别好吃。如果饭的味道再甜一点就更棒了。
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Curry Udon (RM8)

味道算是蛮一般,味道也不属于浓郁。可惜了一点。
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Ajitama (RM 3)

超级喜欢Udon-ya San的冷Ajitama,吃了有好幸福的感觉。
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Kakiage (RM 3)

脆、香、咸、甜,很适合几个人分享,一两个人吃有点过于油腻。

总结来说,算是价钱、服务都很不错的日式快餐。

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此店的食物十分正统也很有,连曾经到日本出外公干两年的父亲也对此店的食物赞不绝口。犹如回到日本般,再次品尝到如此道地的食物。这里原本是以面食为主,经过客人的提议后再新增了许多种类的食物。使客人来到这里可选择的食物又增加了。这里也提供由日本出产的米酒,要是曾经去过日本后想再次品尝日本美味的酒却怎么找也找不到的客人,我建议你可以选择来到这里。而且,这里的服务生的服务十分周到。让来到这里的客人可以舒适地用餐。若你有幸能遇到老板,虚心受教的老板一定会听取你建议的。我来这里用餐数次,曾给老板意见。今天终于看到我的建议被采用了,客人提供的资料是实实在在地被认真对待的。From:Sydney choo
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此店的食物十分正统也很有,连曾经到日本出外公干两年的父亲也对此店的食物赞不绝口。犹如回到日本般,再次品尝到如此道地的食物。
这里原本是以面食为主,经过客人的提议后再新增了许多种类的食物。使客人来到这里可选择的食物又增加了。这里也提供由日本出产的米酒,要是曾经去过日本后想再次品尝日本美味的酒却怎么找也找不到的客人,我建议你可以选择来到这里。
而且,这里的服务生的服务十分周到。让来到这里的客人可以舒适地用餐。若你有幸能遇到老板,虚心受教的老板一定会听取你建议的。我来这里用餐数次,曾给老板意见。今天终于看到我的建议被采用了,客人提供的资料是实实在在地被认真对待的。

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Checked out Udon-Ya San again some weeks ago. Here's my review. Better late than never!I tried the Tsukimi Udon and the Chicken Karaage, this time with a cucumber drink. The prices are still reasonable ranging from RM6 to RM12 per dish depending on what you order. The signature homemade Udon was chewy, just how I preferred it.  The udon was mixed in a sesame infused tangy sauce.  I quite liked it as it was not too heavy and it went pretty well with the fresh vegetables in the udon.  The karaage
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Checked out Udon-Ya San again some weeks ago. Here's my review. Better late than never!

I tried the Tsukimi Udon and the Chicken Karaage, this time with a cucumber drink. The prices are still reasonable ranging from RM6 to RM12 per dish depending on what you order.

The signature homemade Udon was chewy, just how I preferred it.  The udon was mixed in a sesame infused tangy sauce.  I quite liked it as it was not too heavy and it went pretty well with the fresh vegetables in the udon.  The karaage was as expected. It was deepfried without tasting too oily. A good complement as a side dish. The cucumber drink was pretty refreshing too!

I had also ordered the salad and this time I asked the chef to put the dressing on the side which he willingly obliged. So I added the amount of dressing I liked and the salad turned out to be crispy and yet not overwhelmed by the dressing.  Yummy!

I understand from the proprietors that they are constantly creating new dishes.  So, the next time I walk pass their Noren (Japanese door hanging), I hope I will be preasantly surprised! Cook on!
Tsukimi Udon
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2014-12-17
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2015-01-21 132 views
I personally like to eat udon. Now that both my sons also love to eat udon, we decided that Udon-ya San is the best place for us. The food is wonderful and their price are very reasonable. It's not easy to find a restaurant that make their own udon. A must try.
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I personally like to eat udon. Now that both my sons also love to eat udon, we decided that Udon-ya San is the best place for us. The food is wonderful and their price are very reasonable. It's not easy to find a restaurant that make their own udon. A must try.
Black pepper udon
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ajitama with my favourite udon
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Udon-Ya San Homemade Noodle House is located at Pandan Indahand opposite Old Town White Coffee. I heard that their homemade udon offered isat very reasonable price too.The noodle is made by the chef, Chef Anson Leong.The menu offered was simple and easy to choose since pictures provided on it.Tsukimi Udon RM7Homemade udon by Chef Anson Leong, topped with seaweed (my favorite!), tempura flakes, chopped spring onion, poached egg and served with hot soup. The udon itself was very spongy, and best t
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Udon-Ya San Homemade Noodle House is located at Pandan Indah
and opposite Old Town White Coffee. I heard that their homemade udon offered is
at very reasonable price too.

The noodle is made by the chef, Chef Anson Leong.
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The menu offered was simple and easy to choose since pictures provided on it.
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Tsukimi Udon RM7
Homemade udon by Chef Anson Leong, topped with seaweed (my favorite!), tempura flakes, chopped spring onion, poached egg and served with hot soup. The udon itself was very spongy, and best to serve with hot bonito soup. It was served with some chili paste to add spiciness in it. *recommended*
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Mentaiko Udon RM14
Homemade udon served with generous amount of mentaiko, seaweed and sliced cucumber.
Each strand of udon was coated with mentaiko, seaweed and
creamy sauce. The sound ‘pop’ can be heard once eat it.
 The manager told us that they used high quality of mentaiko in it. *recommended*
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Carbonara Udon RM9

The carbonara sauce itself was very flavorful, not too
cheesy, and work perfectly with the homemade udon mixed with juicy
and flavorful pork slices (pancetta).
A little combination of western and Japanese cuisine.
I love to eat carbonara spaghetti, and I definitely love this too!! *recommended*
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Salad Udon RM8
What’s so unique about it? The udon + salad. It was my first time to try it. The udon was immersed into cold water before served.

It topped with slices of cucumber, white radish, tomato, seaweed, lettuce and served with Japanese roasted sesame dressing (one of my favorites sauces!). Then, mixed everything together and start to nom nom it.
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Kakiage RM3
Deep fried onion with assorted vegetables. It tasted sweet (because of ONION) and best to eat when it was hot to maintain the crispiness in it. Surprisingly, it was just RM3, I thought it would cost more than that. And the most important thing is, it was not too oily!! *recommended*
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Assorted Vegetables Tempura RM4
Deep fried assorted vegetables tempura served with dipping sauce and white radish. It will never taste better if didn’t dip it into the sauce.
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Ajitama RM2
It was boiled to perfection with certain degrees (physics theory applied!). The running egg yolk can be seen once it was cut into half.
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Tonkatsu RM6
Juicy meat coated with breadcrumb and served with BBQ sauce (upgraded version). Another snack not to be missed.
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Passion Fruit + Plum RM5
It tasted sweet and sour, best to serve when it was cold.
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Lemon Grass + Lemon RM5
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Address: 65 Jalan Pandan Indah 4/3A, Pandan Indah, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Business Hours: 11AM-3PM & 6PM-10PM (closed on Friday)

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2014-12-20 34 views
Having been in operation for just 3 months now, Udon-Ya San has been getting affirmative feedbacks from foodies around who have tasted it and is bound to persuade your palate over with its freshly handmade udon. This place also reminds me of another warm neighbourfood udon house; Sanuki Udon (=The menu at Udon-Ya San is pretty simple and straight forward, nothing complicated to confuse your taste buds, but would certainly amuse you with its decent line-up of their homemade udon noodles and side
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Having been in operation for just 3 months now, Udon-Ya San has been getting affirmative feedbacks from foodies around who have tasted it and is bound to persuade your palate over with its freshly handmade udon. This place also reminds me of another warm neighbourfood udon house; Sanuki Udon (=
The menu at Udon-Ya San is pretty simple and straight forward, nothing complicated to confuse your taste buds, but would certainly amuse you with its decent line-up of their homemade udon noodles and side dishes. Those comfort food are set at a truly affordable price, hence definitely appears welcoming to any udon lover.
We first quench our thirst with these refreshing citrusy drinks. I personally enjoy the passion fruit juice more for that teeny sour-sweetness kick it brings.
Soon, the night kicks off with the awaited goodish fares to fill your starving tummy (=
Tsukimi Udon Soup
These silky udon noodles are liberally served in a bowl of hearty kakejiru, topped off gleefully with a handful agedama sprinkles. The bonito soup base is already a joy by itself for it has been thoroughly simmered to get that flavourful broth. Simple but yet deeply satisfying. Also famously known as the "Moon Viewing Udon" back in Land of the Rising Sun.
Tsukimi Udon Dry (MYR 7)
Opposing to the kake udon that comes in dashi broth, this bowl of slurpy strips are mildly flavoured with shoyu and mirin; one of the Japanese staple condiment, before greeting the diners with some helping of wakame (my fav!), chopped scallions, toothsome onsen egg and dashes of light tenkasu. The mirin actually helps to heighten up the flavor by striking a balance between salty-sweetness with a hint of fruity acidity. It’s actually quite appetizing in fact.
Some house-blend chilli paste for some extra spicy thrill!
Curry Udon (MYR 8)
Here comes the kare raisu that is so synonymous with our Japanese folks. Widely consumed with softly-cooked soft carrots, sweet onions and generous portion of fragrant scallions too in the savoury curry of lighter tone, thus less spicy compared to its other Asian types. This particular gravy has been tastefully enhanced with spiced sweetness by its passionate Chef Anson Leong.
Mentaiko Udon (MYR 14)
One of the best highlight in this review session. A bowl of Japanese wheat noodle, with each strand coated gracefully with inhouse cream recipe, splendidly elaborated with bounteous mentaiko. This marinated cod fish roe allows you to bask in the lusciousness of each roe gently dancing and popping in your mouth, and before you realize, your gustatory sense has been well pampered with oceanic wonders. Ah, hard to put into words here but you just got to try it out yourselves.
Carbonara Udon (MYR 9)
Another noteworthy dish that involves tedious effort behind. This Western meets Japanese culinary infusion is dished out with its inhouse cured pork slices or otherwise more familiarly known as pancetta, served atop the homemade udon and spiced up with some oregano herbs. Both aroma and taste wise are very convincing, accompanied by the chewy and tender pan fried meat that contributes tad brininess.
Salad Udon (MYR 8)
It kind of blows my mind when I first learn that the udon is part of this salad bowl. Unlike the conventional green salad, this udon proves to be equally palatably promising for the freshness that comes with this chilled recipe. Love the crispiness and freshness of the salad combination that render more zest to it. According to Michael Wong (Manager of Udon-Ya San), this seemingly unpretentious bowl is also currently making wave at any convenience stores in Japan.
Tonkatsu (MYR 6)
For this tender meat, premium panko is used for that memorable bites! This Japanese breadcrumb coating literally melts when you pop it into your mouth even you have yet to sink your teeth in it. Only later got enlightened by the amiable chef who says that these panko came fresh and frozenly imported to retain that light and pillowy fluffy melt-in-your mouth texture. Skeptical? Try it out! (=
In a nutshell, this classic Japanese dish remains popular in many places of the world and current diversified taste bud fad has even given these noodles a great fresher lives with various inventive fusion recipes created for it to cater the gourmands. Glad to know that now you don’t have to travel all the way to the Japan to appreciate these authentic homemade udon that effortlessly warms the soul, but just head over here one of these days to try it out yourselves ( =
Udon-Ya San is located at Pandan Indah, opposite Old Town White Coffee that is also in the vicinity of Cempaka LRT. Therefore, you can look forward to filling your bellies with affordable and unpretentious bowls of homemade udon noodles!
More info & pic roll here:
http://lwinlee.blogspot.com/2014/11/lwin-lee-udon-ya-san-restaurant-pandan.html
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The ajitama is one of the best in town. Perfectly done & very tasty. A must try item. Tonkatsu & mentaiko udon were good too. For those who love creamy stuff, must try the carbonara udon, it's yummy. Overall, great food at very affordable price. Highly recommended.
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The ajitama is one of the best in town. Perfectly done & very tasty. A must try item. Tonkatsu & mentaiko udon were good too. For those who love creamy stuff, must try the carbonara udon, it's yummy. Overall, great food at very affordable price. Highly recommended.
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2014-11-19
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I was feeling adventurous and decided to drive to Pandan Indah after work and check out a Japanese restaurant which one my friends have been bugging me to visit. It was pretty easy to find as it was conveniently located opposite Old Town White Coffee. Parking was easier near the used car dealer lots plus it was the evening.Udon ya San has an unassuming shop front but pleasing to the eye. As I parted the noren (Japanese door hanging), I was greeted by an almost Zen like interior. It has minimalis
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I was feeling adventurous and decided to drive to Pandan Indah after work and check out a Japanese restaurant which one my friends have been bugging me to visit. 
It was pretty easy to find as it was conveniently located opposite Old Town White Coffee. Parking was easier near the used car dealer lots plus it was the evening.

Udon ya San has an unassuming shop front but pleasing to the eye. As I parted the noren (Japanese door hanging), I was greeted by an almost Zen like interior. It has minimalistic decor using mainly wooden furniture. Functional yet cosy.
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I was welcomed by the ubiquitous 'Irrashaimase!' as the smiling host walked towards me. I chose a table with benched seats along the wall and proceeded to review the menu.

Udon ya San's specialty is their daily made fresh udon I was informed. Sounds good! I ordered the Mentaiko Udon (RM14), Sesame dressing salad (RM5) and hot Ocha (RM1.50).

Mentaiko Udon was a creamy dish with fish roe and finely julienne cucumber. Eagerly I mixed the dish and tried the udon ... Hmmm creamy chewy udon flavoured nicely by the slight saltiness of the roe. The cucumber added a little crunch. Nice contrasts. Love it!
Mentaiko udon
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The sesame dressing salad provided the fibre in my meal. It was a mixture of finely chopped cabbage and carrots in a tasty sesame dressing. Appetising! However, I thought there was a tad too much dressing which made the cabbage and carrots kind of soggy. I wonder if they could serve the dressing on the side the next time I order it.

Overall, for the price of the dishes, it was good value (I ordered the most expensive dish on the menu!) Their Kakeudon is only RM6! Served with the chef's own chilli concoction to boot! Too full to try it this time. Will definitely be back for more udon and enjoy the gracious and attentive service from the host and the staff.
I give a score of 4.5 out of 5 for presentation and taste, service and value for money!
Other Info. : Daily handmade udon. Chef's own chilli.
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  • Mentaiko udon.