This Michelin-rated Japanese restaurant specializing in udon has an incredibly long history dating all the way back to the 17th-century. Originating in the Japanese village of Inaniwa, its udon was once served exclusively to the Japanese royal family, before becoming a restaurant in the late 19th-century.
It has opened restaurants across Japan and has since expanded into Seoul as a branch of its Sato Yosuke chain. The Inaniwa-style udon here is incredibly thin and soft while still maintaining a chewy texture, a result of master craftsmanship that involves a labor intensive noodle-making process that can last up to four days.
One of the highly-recommended dishes is the wagyu udon, a hot bowl of udon noodles topped with delicious wagyu beef. Appetizers of salmon salad and various deep-fried treats are also available.
|Atmosphere||고급진, 소박한, 친절한, 안락한, 고급스러운|
|Special Features||나들이, 데이트, 자극적인, 결혼기념일, 점심특선|
|Popular||이자카야, 일식, 냉우동, 와규, 우동집|
|Company Name||Inaniwa Yosuke (이나니와 요스케)|
|Category||Food, Drink & Nightlife|
|Opening Hours||Lunch: 11:00 - 14:00, Dinner: 17:00 -23:00 (Last Order: 21:50)|
|Closed Days||N/A (Open year round)|
6 Eulji-ro, Euljiro 1(il)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea 6