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Kagawa-Ya Udon, SF Mid Market review w/ PICS

hhc | Oct 22, 201712:21 PM     3

I finally go to try Kagawa-Ya Udon in Mid-Market past The Market building. You line up and tell one person what dish you want, they make it, you pick it up and then grab maybe some more food, and pay. Super easy and Fast!

I got #5 Creamy Kabocha w/ Chicken Udon $12. Sign says broth contains chicken & fish, Pumpkin squash broth, chicken, cream, green onions, nori & bonito flakes. It's pretty tasty, chicken can be dry, but with the soup it made it fine, tasty udon noodles - bouncy and chewy, not sure I tasted the kabocha I guess it's mushed up really well in there.

I also got a beef Onigiri $3 - I didn't follow the directions on the plastic sleeve on how to open it so it was difficult and not how it was suppose to be, it fell apart and I just dumped it into my soup. Tasty enough.

They sell out quick on the Spam Musubi $3 - so get there early if you can.

They take credit cards, think I saw a bathroom need code - didn't use it.

Help yourself to free ice water on the other side, and Rooster sauce, Katsu sauce, Tempura sauce on the side table too. Bus your table after you are done.

Next time I want to try: Cream of Clam & Leeks $12

Kagawa-Ya Udon
1455 Market St Ste 3A, SF 94103
415-703-0995
Hrs: M-F 11-2:30pm, 5:30-8:30pm

The Market
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