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SYACHI-ICHI (well-established Stewed Curry Udon restaurant)
Hot curry noodles cooked in an earthenware pot or “donabe”
Usually, a bowl of curry udon in Japan is served in a regular bowl.
However, the dish of curry noodles at Syachi-ichi is cooked in an earthenware pot and served directly in a pot.
At Syachi-ihi, this particular bowl of hot curry "nikomi" udon is exceptionally delicious.
Comments from SHACHIme
The curry udon looks as good as it tastes!
It is simply the best bowl of curry noodles you will ever come across simply because it has been prepared and cooked in an earthenware pot!
Stewed Curry Udon - ¥830 (including tax)
The broth of the curry udon noodles is a unique combination of bonito, horse mackerel and chicken bones, accessorised with a dash of curry spice.
The result of this eclectic mix is a rich and flavourful curry roux that arouses you with its exotic spices and robust taste.
What makes Syachi-ichi's curry udon so special?
It is primarily cooked in one earthenware pot and served in a claypot that also retains its heat.
cooked in one earthenware pot
It is not served in a claypot at the time of serving but the dish has been cooked from scratch in an earthenware pot.
In this way, the right amount of curry broth and portion of noodles work out to be just perfect.
The temperature remains consistent and the well balanced dish can be enjoyed at its optimum.
Combining Nagoya's unique soup stock with curry
Curry sauce mix
The curry is a concoction of chicken stock and horse mackerel soup stock commonly used in the Nagoya area, and the addition of its tamari soy sauce created from local specialty soybeans adds to its unique and differentiated taste.
It is definitely not a straightforward curry rice or noodle dish.
Arrangement with a wide variety of toppings
A wide variety of toppings
There is a wide variety of toppings to choose from so that you can personalise your very own curry nikomi udon.
|Address||2-16-21 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi|
|Opening Hours||11:00〜22:00（L.O. 21:30）|
|Regular Holiday||Open everyday|
|Access||The restaurant is easily accessible by foot via a 1-minute walk from exit 1 of the Fushimi Station on the Nagoya city Subway Higashiyama Line.|
|Credit card||Available（VISA, MASTER, JCB, AMERICAN EXPRESS, Diners Club, DISCOVER）|
|E-money||Available（QUICPay, QUICPay+, iD, Rakuten-Edy, WAON, Prepaid transportation cards）|
|QR code payment||Not available|
|Foreign language support||English and Chinese menu is available|
|Cutlery||Forks and spoons are both available|
|Smoking and Non-Smoking Rooms||Smoking is strictly prohibited inside the restaurant|
|Number of Seats||33|
|Wi-Fi||Free Wifi is available|
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