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Ten-Ichi Udon

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Ten-Ichi Udon serves authentic Japanese cuisine.

Daily: 11:00 - 21:30

+65 66344786
$15 based on 6 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (3 votes)
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Ten-Ichi Udon @ NEX serangoon

It's located along the Japanese Food Street area of NEX and is often crowded on weekends and peak hours, obviously, considering the appeal of Japanese cuisine in local Singapore.   The prices were fairly affordable and there's the flexibility to add on their famous tempura and other side-dishes There's the option to choose the type of udon and the toppings too, whichmakes their udon personalised in a way. Also, they offer rice alternatives too, with their curry rice (basic) costing only$4.50! Not forgetting the condiments that are self-served. do try out their seaweed and fried tempura bits under the condiment section, which add much texture to your meal! And ala Japanese style, Ten-Ichi has the consumer culture of clearing their own trays, which is both pragmatic and delightful! 
  Do visit Ten-Ichi located at B1 of NEX to experience the dining experience ultimately! Read more on my blog


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  • matcha udon4 votes
  • beef udon1 vote
  • seaweed (condiments)1 vote
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• 08 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Bad tempura, okay udon

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This is the second time I've been here and the tempura is flat out bad and soggy. I took two pieces that they just put out thinking they were freshly fried but they were cold. Soba is okay, go to Tamoya any time.
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• 05 Jan 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Ten-Ichi Udon @ NEX serangoon

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It's located along the Japanese Food Street area of NEX and is often crowded on weekends and peak hours, obviously, considering the appeal of Japanese cuisine in local Singapore.   The prices were fairly affordable and there's the flexibility to add on their famous tempura and other side-dishes There's the option to choose the type of udon and the toppings too, whichmakes their udon personalised in a way. Also, they offer rice alternatives too, with their curry rice (basic) costing only$4.50! Not forgetting the condiments that are self-served. do try out their seaweed and fried tempura bits under the condiment section, which add much texture to your meal! And ala Japanese style, Ten-Ichi has the consumer culture of clearing their own trays, which is both pragmatic and delightful! 
  Do visit Ten-Ichi located at B1 of NEX to experience the dining experience ultimately! Read more on my blog


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• 05 Jan 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Ten-Ichi Udon @ NEX serangoon

Overall
Food
Coffee
Drinks
Services
Ambience
Value
Quality
Location
It's located along the Japanese Food Street area of NEX and is often crowded on weekends and peak hours, obviously, considering the appeal of Japanese cuisine in local Singapore.   The prices were fairly affordable and there's the flexibility to add on their famous tempura and other side-dishes There's the option to choose the type of udon and the toppings too, whichmakes their udon personalised in a way. Also, they offer rice alternatives too, with their curry rice (basic) costing only$4.50! Not forgetting the condiments that are self-served. do try out their seaweed and fried tempura bits under the condiment section, which add much texture to your meal! And ala Japanese style, Ten-Ichi has the consumer culture of clearing their own trays, which is both pragmatic and delightful! 
  Do visit Ten-Ichi located at B1 of NEX to experience the dining experience ultimately! Read more on my blog


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