The weather is getting to be hot, so some of our readers might have already lost their appetite. But worry not; for we have something that is sure to bring back your appetite when traveling under the scorching sun of Kyoto. The five restaurants in this article all offer incredibly delicious cold noodles, which are something you just have to have in Kyoto in summer. There is everything from udon noodles to Chinese noodles, so I’m sure you’ll find a noodle restaurant you’ll like. The delicious noodles of Kyoto await you, so come on! Let’s take a closer look at them!
Look at how the noodles sparkle! These cold udon noodles make you feel refreshed from just looking at them, but the taste and texture of them are also incredible! Dip them into the dipping sauce, and I’m sure you won’t believe how delicious the taste is! You can also order some tempura to go with your noodles, so you definitely won’t be left feeling hungry!
Their most popular dish is this plateful of cold udon noodles. You get vegetables and sesame seeds with it, and after dipping the noodles into the dipping sauce, I recommend adding some of those sesame seeds to enhance the flavor. The noodles have just the right amount of chewiness to them!
Their most famous dish must be this one, Horai Soba. You get five layers of soba noodles, each with its own condiments, like fried shrimp, wasabi, and others, so you can enjoy the change in the taste as you eat the noodles. This dish is sure to bring back your appetite!
The soba noodles may look simple, but once you dip them into the dip and eat them with some seaweed flakes, you’re bound to be surprised by the complexity of the taste. The fragrance of buckwheat is great, and this is a great-while-refreshing dinner to have in Kyoto. You even get ice cream as a dessert!
This restaurant offers cold noodles in Chinese style, and they’re famous for it, for a good reason: the noodles are delicious. The noodles are served with a bit of roast pork, cucumber, and some dried seaweed, so it’s really simple, but the acidic taste of the sauce helps bring all the tastes together in a beautiful harmony. This is something you have to have in Kyoto in summer!
|Vanessa[ Sharing Kyoto Staff ]|