Udon’t know what to eat?
Updated: May 18, 2021
Udon Soups and Curries are the go-to noodles when the weather cools down.
At Fugetsu, we serve udon as a noodle soup in a tasty curry or a hot broth that we brew ourselves. We make our Chanko Nabe Udon broth with love, as we combine a mix of miso, kimchi, seafood, pork, and vegetables in the brew (featured image below). Here’s our selection of udon soup we serve.
Wagyu Beef Udon
Chanko Nabe Udon
Karaage Chicken Udon
Katsu Pork Udon
Japanese curry has a thicker and sweeter taste than regular curry, which will tantalize your taste buds so you can eat it every day. We serve our curries with Udon noodles because the noodles allow the curry to stick and coat them, so you can slurp them up.
Tamago curry udon
Eggplant curry udon
Going French Japanese-style pot-au-feu!
This winter, we have created an alternative to a winter stew by combining our favourite udon with french style beef stew. Pot-au-feu is "the quintessence of French family cuisine" it is the most celebrated dish in France and ís considered a national dish. We're excited to bring to our customers this delicious deeply flavorful and tender beef stew with a red wine base. Ooh, la la!
If you don’t feel like eating a big bowl of soup, curry or stew, we have mini bowls! They are the perfect starter to warm you up. Since they are smaller bowls, you can order more from your favourite plates of the sushi train or from our menu.
Mini Spicy Miso Udon
Mini TonkotsuMini spicy softsheel crab udon
Mini spicy chicken miso udon
Mini French Beef Stew udon
How did curry get to Japan from India?
The British brought curry to Japan, and the Japanese Navy adopted curry to prevent beriberi, a disease caused by a vitamin B-1 deficiency. Curry is now a regular staple on the Japanese Defense Force menu.
What’s so different about Udon noodles? Udon is chewy Japanese noodles made from wheat flour, water, and salt, typically served in a simple broth. The noodles are thicker than buckwheat soba noodles that are two to four millimetres and can be either flat or rounded. We serve the round udon noodles and love long noodles so we can do the #liftingnoodles.
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