Bloor Street West is about to get a brand new noodle hub.
And to celebrate their arrival in the neighbourhood, the eatery will be giving 200 bowls of udon away for free from noon to 2 pm on May 18!
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Udon Kitanoya’s noodles are made different by their dashi broth.
The broth consists of high-quality ingredients including Japanese kombu and dried tuna, mackerel, sardine, and bonito. The result is a delicate yet full-bodied umami taste, characteristic of authentic udon.
“We want to show Torontonians the intricacy of a great, authentic bowl of udon. It’s a staple in many Japanese eateries across the city, but not many know the secret to elevating the dish” says Benson Lau, the co-owner of Udon Kitanoya, in a press release.
At this eatery, you can look forward to 15 different types of hot and cold udon dishes in a wide range of flavours. Get ready for Niku Udon, Japanese Curry Udon, Butter Garlic Clam, Crab Chili Tomato, and Creamy Mentaiko – a modern take on a traditional dish featuring Japanese spicy cod roe.
Plus, there will be a variety of Japanese snacks.
Get ready to slurp.
Address: 513 Bloor Street West
Grand opening: May 18, 2019, from noon to 2 pm