Updated: November 07, 2018
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Udon In Fukuoka, Where To Try The Famous Dish

Fukuoka City

Fukuoka is famous for many dishes, such as the different types of hot pots, its ramen, and also its udon! What sets Fukuoka's udon dishes apart are that the noodles are softer and the dashi is an integral part of the dish. Here are the best places to try udon in Fukuoka.

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Udon Taira うどん平

Some people go as far as to say that it is the best udon in Fukuoka. In fact, even people who do not like udon can appreciate it here! The noodles themselves are the perfect consistency and texture and the broth is very savoury. The beef udon is particularly good! What's more is that you can get a dish for less than 1,000 yen!

Sanuki Udon Shinari 讃岐うどん 志成

Sanuki Udon is famous for its tempura vegetable udon, as the texture of both the noodles and tempura are perfect, and what's more, it's cheap. Because of this, it can also be crowded at times. You can choose between hot or cold udon dishes, and it's only between 450-980 yen! You can ask for extra toppings at a price.

Makino Udon Kukoten 牧のうどん空港店

The famous dishes here are the tempura "gobo" (burdock root) and the meat version, as well as the curry udon. The gobo udon is only 410 yen and the curry udon is only 530 yen. For a place where they make the noodles in front of you, it's quite a deal! The gobo udon dish is particularly delicious and you can put as much green onion toppings as you want!

Udon Wasuke うどん和助

At Udon Wasuke, you might have to wait in line before being seated, but some people only swear by this restaurant when they go, it's just that good! The tempura burdock root dish is not only impressive, it's also delicious. The dish pictured above shows the tempura gobo covering the udon bowl. The portion is generous and its cheap, what more can you want.

Inaba Udon 因幡うどん

Inaba Udon has been around for a long time in Fukuoka and draws from its knowledge. The noodles are soft, as is the tradition in the region, and the dashi is the major player for this broth. They have branches in major areas where you can sit down and be served very quickly. It's perfect for an expeditious and tasty meal since it's kind of a fast food joint for udon.

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    Lili Wanderlust
    I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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