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The Best Udon in Toronto

The Best Udon in Toronto

The Best Udon in Toronto

The best udon in Toronto consists of thick wheat noodles, served in a hot broth, pan-fried or coated in a rich sauce. The popular Japanese noodle can be found on the menu at several Toronto restaurants and though it is most popular submerged in a tasty, rich umami broth, it can be served stir-fried or in a curry as well. A piping hot bowl of udon soup might sometimes get overlooked by ramen or pho but there are plenty of fantastic options for udon in Toronto.

Below is a list of the best udon in Toronto.

456 Queen St W

Raku

Raku

This New York chain opened its first Toronto outpost in 2019, and it's been buzzing since. Raku sources their noodles direct from Japan and are perfectly chewy every time. The broth is fish-based and they also have cold udon dishes.

3720 Midland Avenue Unit#113-114

Zen Sanuki Udon

Zen Sanuki Udon

Possibly the priciest entry on this list, but one of the highest quality as well. The chef imports ingredients from the Sanuki province, which is known for its udon. The udon noodles are absolute perfection, while premium toppings like duck breast and melt-in-your-mouth pork belly make this place a must for any udon lover.

5469 Yonge St

MeNami

MeNami

This hip little spot near Yonge and Finch offers some of the best udon dishes in the city. Their Salmon Cream Udon consists of creamy udon topped with a perfectly cooked salmon filet. They also do a baked udon with shrimp, bacon, broccoli and cheese.

7 Byng Ave

Naniwa-Taro

Naniwa-Taro

This small hidden gem offers comfort classics, including their hot bowls of udon soup and stir-fried udon dishes.

The Best Udon in Toronto

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The Best Udon in Toronto

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The best udon in Toronto consists of thick wheat noodles, served in a hot broth, pan-fried or coated in a rich sauce. The popular Japanese noodle can be found on the menu at several Toronto restaurants and though it is most popular submerged in a tasty, rich umami broth, it can be served stir-fried or in a curry as well. A piping hot bowl of udon soup might sometimes get overlooked by ramen or pho but there are plenty of fantastic options for udon in Toronto.

Below is a list of the best udon in Toronto.