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[F&B] Asia’s Top Udon Chain Tamoya Udon Launches National Day Special Mala Tonkotsu Udon and Spicy Tsukemen Udon

[F&B] Asia’s Top Udon Chain Tamoya Udon Launches National Day Special Mala Tonkotsu Udon and Spicy Tsukemen Udon

SINGAPORE, 7 Aug 2019 – Happy National Day! To celebrate the nation’s 54th birthday, Asia’s top udon chain Tamoya Udon is launching two new spicy offerings! From 9-12th August, diners can also enjoy free drinks with any order of the two new spicy seasonal udon!

Spice it up with the rich Mala Tonkotsu Udon ($11.80), and slurp up Tamoya Udon’s signature chewy udon noodles in a full-bodied tonkotsu broth, enlivened with spicy chilli and chilli oil!

Get dipping with the new Spicy Chasu Tsuke Udon ($10.80). Mix the springy udon noodles with a flowy onsen egg, then dip the udon into Tamoya’s special spicy dipping sauce.

Tamoya Udon is known for their silky udon handmade fresh daily with ingredients imported from Japan. Believing in delivering good quality and authentic Sanuki udon, the dishes have no added preservatives. Nestled in the corner of Liang Court, the fast casual dining concept is a hit with diners for its affordable nett prices and great value, offering a wholesome meal satisfaction.

The Mala Tonkotsu Udon and Spicy Chasu Tsuke Udon will be available at Tamoya Udon from now onwards for a limited period of time only.

Founded in 1996 in Kagawa prefecture, Tamoya Udon boasts 31 outlets across Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore. Its noodles dishes are retain high levels of authenticity, with fresh ingredients imported from Japan, from flour to shoyu and bonito.

Tamoya Udon is a brainchild of Tamotsu Kurokawa. The chef went on TV Champion, a reality cooking show in Japan, where he was crowned the champion of sanuki udon. In Japan, Tamoya Udon is one of the most esteemed udon establishments amongst Japanese in the Sanuki Province, Shikoku.

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