U:DON Fresh Japanese Noodle Station

Udon, Noodles, Japanese
$
4515 University Way NE (btwn 45th St & 47th St)
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 453-3788
Monday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Thursday
11:30am - 9:30pm
Friday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Saturday
11:30am - 10:00pm
Sunday
11:30am - 9:30pm

Menu

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!
  • I think the food is meh. The tempura is cold, warm at best, and no longer crispy. The seating is kinda clean and the floor is sticky. But it just hits that spot so I end up coming back
  • Wonderful warm-up spot on a cold and rainy day! I recommend the Curry Udon.
  • I always get the Niku Udon with extra seaweed and egg! Stock up on the tempura flakes. Their drinks are at the very end of the line as you pay, so make sure you don't forget to grab a green tea!
  • Get the small bowl; it is plenty.
  • Pretty good, but the tempura bar adds up.
  • I had the most incredibly tasty, spicy soup of my life here.
  • Pay-by-the-piece tempura means you get what you want
  • one of my favorite places to eat as a student - yummy noodles best enjoyed when the weather is colder, yums!
  • Best pot stickers!!
  • 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.
  • 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 :/

Nearby places

4511 University Way NE (at 45th)
1303 NE 45th St (at Brooklyn Ave. NE)
4527 University Way NE (at 45th)