Ramen noodles are iconic for their looks and taste. Everyone knows all about them. If you bring it up in a conversation, everyone will know what you’re talking about. However, if you mention udon noodles, there’s a chance you might get some confused looks. Maybe you don’t even know what udon noodles are and feeling a bit confused as well. Have no fear, we at Kamisama Ramen have the break down for you!
Translated into English, Ramen means “pulled noodles.” It’s made out of wheat flour, salt, water and kansui. Unlike packaged ramen, when made fresh it can come in many different varieties in terms of shape and texture. It’s typically served over a hot bowl of soup.
Similar to Ramen noodles, Udon noodles are made out of wheat flour as well. However, unlike ramen noodles, their most noteworthy quality is how thick they are. They are also enjoyed in both hot and cold dishes.
At Kamisama Ramen, we do serve delicious Pan Fried Udon Noodle dishes! So, if you haven't tried it, come on over!