Koya Bar

Udon, Japanese
$ $
50 Frith St
Soho, Greater London W1D 4SQ
+44 20 7434 4463
Monday
8:30am - 10:30pm
Tuesday
8:30am - 10:30pm
Wednesday
8:30am - 10:30pm
Thursday
8:30am - 11:00pm
Friday
8:30am - 11:00pm
Saturday
9:30am - 11:00pm
Sunday
9:30am - 10:00pm

Tips

  • Get the braised pork belly with cider (Kakuni) as a side. Amazing stuff.
  • Breakfast here is fantastic and quiet too. The kedgeree has awesome deep flavours.
  • Koya Bar is now the only place you can get Koya's amazing curry udon, so it would be rude to order anything else. Wash it down with tea and or/hot sake.
  • Amazing japanese breakfast with porridge/ congee just done right with pickled beetroot, seaweed and mushrooms. Healthy wholesome vegetarian breakfast.
  • In love with the casual atmosphere and regularly craving the (zaru udon).
  • Whatever you have, pair it with a hot ginger drink. It will warm up your heart. And soul.
  • This is Koya's excellent off shoot. It serves the same udon noodles but it doesn't have the specials board. As ever the noodles and broth are excellent. It's easier to get into too
  • Really tasty udon! The tempura is also nice. Friendly staff, too. The wait can get long (even in the middle of the afternoon!), so this place is best for parties of 1-2.
  • Udon was great! Had a hot udon/hot soup -the chicken veggie one and a cold udon/hot soup - miso pork. Both were good, the chicken one was more mild and the pork one was more salty. Both delicious!
  • Honest authentic Japanese food. You come for the udon and you stay for the specials. These guys take their craft very seriously
  • Breakfasts here are awesome!!
  • Try the breakfast option!
  • Excellent curry don. Prawn was super hot! Came with nice miso, but service was a little slow.
  • A typical Japanese breakfast consist of rice, pickled vegetables, miso soup and grilled fish. Simply authentic and coming come close to this in London. Great work Koya!
  • Brilliant and authentic udon place
  • Possibly the best Japanese breakfast in London and some of the tastiest original ramens and tonkatsus. Well worth a try!
  • Liked here! Udon is good but the udon noodles should have been more cooked. Its slightly undercooked. Other than that, it tastes good. Gyu-katsu is a bit disappointing. Beef are gamey.
  • buta miso sweep soup and excellent texture of the udon!
  • Japanese breakfast is delicious!
  • Great Udon.

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