Undoubtedly the best udon in london and do not miss the stuff on the black board too. They are closing at the end of May so folks head down to koya tonight!!!
It's not just ramen. IT'S UDON!
Anything is safe to try, they have an authentic, balance flavour for the broth. A simple plain udon is enough to enjoy. Their rice dishes are nice but I not too dif from others. Focus on the noodle.
I'll be back in a heartbeat for the udon curry 😘
noodles, stout & honey pork belly, smoked mackerel
No Ramen, just Undon. Very tasty.
Yummy yummy!! Real Japanese style!! The kuro kakuni is the best, so soft and delicious!!
Actually a very good Japanese restaurant, lots of unique dishes to choose from but they do have some old favourites too. Beware though, this place ain't cheap so you may spend more than a pretty penny
Hot and hot udon noodles with mackerel. Utterly slurpingly delicious
strong noodle game.. Check out their daily specials menu!
Get here early to get a place. Delicious range of udon broths. A definite must try!
Got to Koya shortly after 9pm and no duck or pork udon so got Shabu Shabu beef with onsen tomago. Had a upset stomach within an hour should had skipped the onsen egg.
This noodle shop ain't your average ramen bar - beatifully simple Japanese plates, with plenty of interesting daily specials. Bracken Fern tempura, anyone?
Just order the special noodles. They know what they are doing.
Highest level of craft on udon noodles you'll get in London. Get everything, eat it all.
Quite possibly the greatest bowl of udon you will ever consume.
The cold udon with hot broth
Avoid the queue and go for lunch mid week
Loved the Butajiru! Noodles were yum
Cold noodles with dip sauce are amazing!
Was excited to find an udon spot in London, but disappointed with the service and flavour of the broth. Go for the tempura
The cold dipping noodles with broth on the side is tasty and refreshing for summer.
Go to Koya Bar for some old Koya favourites
Mixed seaweed and curry udon dishes are DELICIOUS. Get here early for dinner so you don't have to queue too long. On the expensive side, but great if you like fresh, homemade noodles and clean broths.
The walnut miso udon is out of this world.
The seaweed Atsu Atsu rules, not just for herbivores
Daily specials are a must
If the venison is up on the "specials" board, get it, you won't regret it. The walnut miso udon with wild mushrooms (with tempura batter:extra) will blow your mind
The udon is great. But the specials speak for themselves.
Good noodles but go to the koya bar next door for more variety!
Can have a long queue.. But worth it
The udon noodles are the best I've had, and the rest dish was simple and tasty. I thought that the service was particularly good.
A traditional udon place in London. The udon are all homemade.
Bad bad bad, their glass shattered and cut my hand, no apology from staff for shoddy product and nothing offered for my cut hand with shards of glass in it!! Disgusting service. Will never return!!
Japan (Around the World in London)
Pretty great but a bit overpriced.
Lunch - Bowl of noodles for £10 cant go wrong. If you add in a few more dishes can get a bit pricey for what it is. Keep it simple ;)
Real udon, but a tad pricy for what it is.
Clear broth udon.
Service was a bit weird the last time I came but I still love this place. An authentic piece of Japan in the middle of London. Try some Nattō and Onsen eggs if you haven't yet.
Nothing special really.
Excellent. The best udon I ever has outside Japan.
Really good ramen
Good but pricey and there's a wait, portions are also small.
Any of the udon dishes will do, just make sure you start off with numerous small plates to share. (Especially if they have the wild sea bass sashimi).
Great sake and the specials live up to their name
Ten-tojidon is a winner