December 14, 2015


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  • If you think you’ve seen enough Japanese restaurants around, Oudon gives you more reasons to choose and love its presence in the city. Oudon, a Japanese restaurant located in The Forum BGC, takes pride in its noodle dishes. Specializing in udon and soba, locals and expats looking for a straightforward Japanese dining experience come here and find exactly that. Its clean, minimalist interiors give it a very Japanese vibe enabling you to savor your meal just as you should.

    photo 1 oudon menu

    Oudon offers a wide range of flavors from noodles to rice meals

    Oudon serves a wide array of dishes from noodles to rice meals, even serving extra noodles for free when you order from the oudon menu. The noodles are thick and chewy and you can also have you dish served hot or cold depending on your preference.

    If you are a sashimi lover, you should try Oudon’s Otsukuri Mariawase (P380). It has five kinds in one plate giving you various choices in one serving. Its tempting Tenzaru Udon (P480) is another star in its menu favored for its rich flavors.

    Tenzaru Oudon
    Tenzaru Udon (P480)

    Head on to Oudon and enjoy the variety of dishes they offer.

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