Unlike regular Udon, ‘Kishimen’ is a flat type of Udon with a slippery and smoother texture.
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Kishimen is a flat type of Udon.
I can confidently say that ‘Kishimen’ is one of the most popular types of “Nagoya-meshi”, but many people would probably tell you it is just another type of flat Udon dish.
That is right and we will not deny this fact, but do ponder slightly more and reason out why this dish is actually more popular?
If it is simply just Udon with thinner or flatter noodles, why has it not disappeared into an ocean of regular Udon noodle dishes? There has to be a remarkable difference about ‘Kishimen’ that makes it more appealing than others.
In actuality, it is a dish that has reached a status that cannot be justified in simple words.
Reasons for the existence and legacy of the ‘Kishimen’!
Nagoya’s ‘Kishimen’ is a relatively inexpensive dish. Anyone can enjoy this dish at 300yen! This probably explains why ‘Kishimen’ remains a popular dish amongst many!
‘Kishimen’ is refreshing and one can enjoy this dish freely without any fuss!
A good start to the day can be made possible with a simple breakfast of ‘Kishimen’!
In fact, you can even enjoy a refreshing bowl of ‘Kishimen’ at many train stations in Nagoya!
‘Kishimen’ can be enjoyed effortlessly as each bite offers a distinctive pleasure that is unmistakably striking! Try it for yourself and let us know if you favour ‘Kishimen’ over a regular bowl of Udon!