What is Inaniwa Udon?
With over 300 years of history, the process of making Inaniwa Udon takes about three days as it is done manually. After kneading the dough by hand, it is wrapped around 2 rods, flattened, then stretched and finally air dried. The handmade process results in Inaniwa Udon noodles that are thinner compared to conventional udon noodles and have a smooth texture.
The highlight of the collaboration menu is the thinly sliced beef. Succulent. I was hoping for a few more pieces in this set but I realized a piece is actually more than enough.
However, the hot dipping sauce was rather disappointing. A tad too salty for my liking. Perhaps you will like it? Let me know when you’ve tried.
The Yuzu Tori Tempura rice bowl set comes with a cold dipping sauce and inaniwa udon. The tempura and chicken tori are fried and covered in yuzu – a citrus tangy taste.
Well this assorted set is an all-time favorite for diners.
This 3 assorted set in clockwise direction consists of yam with caviar, cheese croquette with avocado sauce and salmon covered with fish roe. My favorite is the cheese croquette as it was a good balance of salty cheese and sourish avocado.
A playful Italian addition in their Japanese menu. You can’t go wrong with prosciutto ham in a dish. Definitely for ham lovers. Splendida!
They also have a good selection of alcohol – cocktail and plum wine ranges from S$8 – S$14. Sake bottles ranges from S$60 – S$120.
Japan Food Town @ Wisma Atria
435 Orchard Road
Contact: +65 6262 3279