U:DON Fresh Japanese Noodle Station

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Details
4515 University Way NE (btwn 45th St & 47th St)
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 453-3788
Noodles, Japanese
$
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:30 AM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Fresh udon is made by owner Takanori Kurachi and his chefs everyday. You can mix and match ingredients to make your customized bowl of noodle.
  • Absolutely amazing!
  • Curry udon all the way! Dont know about others but the tempura flakes fill me up rather quickly
  • Soup was good, tempura gets expensive fat and was only so so
  • If you like Japanese curry and udon, you'll love their Curry Udon!
  • Hella salty.
  • Udon is so fresh and delicious. Tempura bar only really good if they just brought out refills.
  • Loved the kitsune udon, very fresh taste. Tip: add grated radish and sour plum (and ontame (soft poached egg) if you want extra protein). Great slection of tempura, make sure to dunk it in your soup!
  • This place nails the Japanese fast food aesthetic. For an authentic bowl I recommend niku ume oroshi or tan tan goma zaru.
  • Udon, lots of choices
  • Everything is amazing here!
  • First time in Seattle. Wanted to see what the ramen/udon scene was like. Pretty good first impression.
  • Have to confess that I want to come here bc of the takoyaki than udon ;) it doesn't mean udon is not good though, just not the best :/
  • Decent udon but the sides are somewhat dull.
  • Made to order Udon! Extremely customizable meal options! Nomnom.
  • Curry udon is delicious, but be sure to grab lots of napkins unless you can slurp gracefully somehow. Tempura sides are so so unless they are super fresh and the price adds up quick.
  • Love the on-tama and niku udon. The noodles are perfect.
  • Ask for a lemon wedge, especially with cold udon. So refreshing.
  • Get the tan tan!
  • Best udon in Seattle. Never liked the thick noodles of udon until I tasted these. Love the On-tama with extra green onions!