>Sanuki Udon

Do you likey homemade Udon?
Or do you likey homemade Udon made by macho & good looking Japanese man?
If either one of your answer is “YES” , Sanuki Udon definitely a place for you πŸ™‚

The simply fitted place located at a very quite area behind residential houses at Taman Bukit Desa. Thanks to the power of blogs, I got the know this hidden gem~~

The owner, Mr. Seiji Fujimoto (the macho man that I mentioned earlier :P) make his udon daily so freshness guaranteed !!!

Featured with simple menu of udon priced from RM 5.00 – RM 7.00 with different topping. We could also opt to add on extra topping with a ringgit or two of charges.

Original Soup Udon (RM 5.00) + Topping of Egg (RM 1.00) & Prawn Tempura (RM 2.00)
The udon was springy and slightly al dente while the soup which made from dashi was light & clear.


Dry Cha Cheong Style Udon (RM 6.00)
+ Topping of Egg (RM 1.00) + Kitsune (RM 1.00) + Vegetables Kakiage (RM 2.00)
The Cha Cheong didn’t taste authentically Japanese but it taste alright~~


Big slices of crispy deep fried onion & carrot shreds~


Ice Green Tea (RM 1.00) & Soft Drinks (RM 2.00)


Karaage – 3pcs (RM 3.00)
Pipping hot fried boneless chicken meat~~

Oh, they serve yakitori too after 5.30pm. Prices for the skewers start fromΒ Β  RM 2.00 onwards.


Sanuki Udon

No.9, Jalan Bukit Desa 5
Taman Bukit Desa
Jalan Klang Lama
58100 Kuala Lumpur
( Closed on Mondays )

Tel: 03-7980 3704
012-2418131 (Seiji Fujimoto San)


  • Life for Beginners

    >It's where we have dinner 2-3 nights out of a week if we are too lazy to cook or travel too far for dinner. πŸ™‚

  • uLi.δ½‘θŽ‰

    >Cheap and affordable wor πŸ™‚ Nice!

  • >wow!! i like udon

  • >My answer is YES! πŸ˜€
    But i seldom go to taman desa…
    Will keep that in my notebook, definitely paying him a visit ^^

  • >I still can't get over the fact that I haven't been here! I am just itching to go but feel compelled to save the best for last, absolute LAST somehow?

  • >Ohh CHEAP udon really! And the fact that it tastes good is wonderful to know. I'll definitely keep this place in mind for my next visit! πŸ™‚

  • >i never knew that ja jeung sauce is Japanese. hehe. now i'm thinking if udon will ever be good if used for Hokkien mee. ok, it's midnight now. I shouldn't be fantasizing about that or else I'll get hungry again. hahaha.

  • >oh.. looks very nice~ like the Udon! πŸ˜€

  • QuiRkY-Malaysia

    >Mmmm… looks good… very tempted to try.

  • >A very affordable place! πŸ˜‰

  • food.bigboysoven.com

    >Defitely i will drop by here!:)

  • >where is the Japanese guy photo?

  • >eh ..cheap wor the place some more old klang road..

    good..add into hunting list d~

  • >Time to pay this place a visit! I've been procrastinating too long… >.<

  • >love the noodles .. everything here is delicious!

  • >awww no pic of the hot and macho jap man making udon? πŸ™

  • >wow…i love udon noodles…very cheap price…must go and try this weekend liow

  • >Looks good enough. Do you know what is the opening hours like?

  • >Kenny: U r lucky, Sanuki is quite far for me πŸ™

    uLi: Indeed πŸ™‚

    sock peng: Me too πŸ™‚ Like the texture~~

    mel^^mel: Hope u like it too πŸ™‚

    minchow: That's great!!!

    Nic: Hokkien Udon? Sound good ler but I long time didnt have Hokkien mee liao *dieting*

    WyYv: Yeah, I like it too~~

    QuiRkY-Malaysia: Don't wait!!!

    iamthewitch: Really affordable & good food lor…

  • >BBO: Indeed!!

    food.bigboysoven.com: Hope u like it πŸ™‚

    saucer: I dare not to take his photo, actually he was sitting behind me only πŸ˜›

    taufulou: Near ur place?

    Bangsar_bAbE: Waiting list is too long huh~~

    C & C: I want to try that yakitori if got chance πŸ™‚

    xin: Dare not take lah =.="

    vialentino: Wait for ur reviews ya~~

    JD: Sorry, don't have exact business hour but u can call to inquiry πŸ™‚

  • >That udon seems cheng cheng tei, looks appetizing from the pic, not bad.

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