Row 1

28 Hertford Rd
London, N1 5QT
+44 20 7249 8394
Udon, Japanese, Soba
$ $
Mon, Thu–Sun: 9:00 AM–5:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • It's worth tracking down this new peaceful Japanese caf along the Haggerston canal basin. Great coffee. Try the avacado toast with wasabi soy sauce and nori.
  • The ambiance, hot udon noodles, and black sesame latte were delightful
  • A beautiful little cafe with amazing udon and other Japanese treats. The cold udon with sesame dip was a highlights. Order toast and spreads for fun schmere-able treats you weren't expecting.
  • Came in for a coffee, left after trying most of the menu. Lovely coffee, great toast, certainly worth a visit.
  • Try the black sesame muffins!
  • Plenty of delicious soba and udon noodle dishes, including vegetarian and vegan friendly options. Free wifi also available.
  • Excellent small and cozy couple owned restaurant. Exquisite food. Look for the meal of the day.
  • Definitely a lovely place but make sure to dedicate 1.5 hours if you are planning to have lunch here. They may also run out of some options in the menu before 1pm..
  • Great little caf on the canal basin. Great food and coffee and they also have a small selection of Japanese food essentials. Very convenient.
  • Lovely super relaxed & idyllic location, nicest staff ever, exciting menu & super reasonable prices. Try it!
  • Excellent udon, nice place to work or chill out
  • Delicious udon, beautiful settling!
  • Chill spot. Plain simple lunches. Kitchen closes at 430. You've been warned
  • Hidden gem of this area. Quiet, tasty food
  • Great set meals, udon and cheesecake.
  • Hidden gem!
  • Great noodles & authentically Japanese.
  • The sour plum rice ball is fantastic! Also the matcha latte when ordered without sugar is great (otherwise I find it quite sweet).
  • Lovely chilled out spot just inside from the canal with authentic udon and soba noodles on cold or hot broth. Little play area for kids and outside patio when the sun is shining.
  • Great place. Especially liked the cold soba with tofu, egg and sesame dip. Yum.

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