• Non Muslim

    Katsuo + Fried Udon

    Udon are designed to take in the flavour of the mildly flavoured broth they are traditionally found in. The texture, though, is quite distinctive. Typically, udon noodles are soft and chewy with a smooth texture.

    955g
    AED 47.25
  • AED 17.85

    UDON NOODLE

    AED 17.85
  • New

    Seaweed Noodles

    천사채

    500g,500g
    AED 15.75

    Seaweed Noodles

    AED 15.75
  • AED 26.25

    FRESH UDONG

    AED 26.25
  • FRESH NOODLE

    생칼국수

    450g
    AED 15.75

    FRESH NOODLE

    AED 15.75
  • Steamed Bun (Rice)

    안흥쌀찐빵 쌀찐빵

    500g,500g
    AED 22.05

    Steamed Bun (Rice)

    AED 22.05
  • AED 26.25

    3 Color Sujebi

    AED 26.25
  • BIBIGO MUSHROOM JAPCHE

    비비고 버섯잡채

    522g
    AED 42.00
  • AED 21.00

    FROZEN NOODLE

    AED 21.00
  • Non Muslim
    AED 63.00
  • Non Muslim
    AED 63.00
  • AED 31.50

    CJ Jjolmyeon

    AED 31.50
  • Chuka Soba Egg Noodles (3x180g)

    Chuka soba are the Japanese version of Chinese egg noodles. They’re curly, made with wheat flour, and often used to make the soupy dish known as ramen. Chuka soba (“Chuka” is the Japanese word for Chinese) shouldn’t be confused with Japanese soba, the straight, tan-colored noodles made from buckwheat flour.

    Sometimes saffron or yellow dye is added for color. They’re often used in cold noodle salads and stir-fries.

    At Asian markets and in the Asian foods section of some supermarkets, look for a brick of dried, curly noodles wrapped in cellophane. Unlike other Asian noodles, chuka soba noodles don’t need pre-soaking or frying. Simply boil the noodles until tender (about three minutes), drain them, and proceed with the recipe.

    540g
    AED 23.10

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