|counter seats and Chef|
I went with my karaage set (minus the rice) and my friend opted for the udon and oyakodon set. Both are priced below ¥1000.
It was rather late at night, close to 830pm when we dined there plus it was drizzling, so there were only one or two tables occupied.
|favourite condiments in Kyoto|
|Mini chicken and egg rice bowl with hot udon @¥860+|
|Hot udon with karaage set @¥980+|
The owner had been making udon since his 20's and he ventured out and became his own boss in his thirties. Handmade udon, we loved! The udon served at Kendonya is of the plump and chewy variant. Slurpiliciously good! Because it was a cold day, we chose the hot broth version. Otherwise, one could also have it as chilled udon.
The karaage was well-fried to a crisp skin and still moist and juicy on its insides. The meat was marinated adequately and each bite was thoroughly enjoyed. Though its size is not comparable to the one from its neighbour, I didn't regret ordering this. Plus, fried chicken and ice cold draft beer...need I say more?
Kendonya 手打うどん けんどん屋Location: Japan, 〒612-0012 Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto, Fushimi Ward, Fukakusa Ichinotsubocho, 41, パールハイツイナリ1F
Contact: +81 75-641-1330
Close on Wednesdays and one extra day off a month.