Photo taken on 24th February, 2011.
Kodak 400 film. Canon EOS300 film camera.
Renraku sen sanuki udon restaurant（連絡船うどん)
at Takamatsu station（高松駅）
When I was at JR Takamatsu station (JR 高松駅),
I asked the tourist information center to recommend a cheap udon restaurant where the locals go.
They recommended me a few but Renraku sen Udon (連絡船うどん) was the most
accessible one just beside the station building.
Btw. Kagawa prefecture (香川県) where Takamatsu is located in
is famous for Sanuki Udon (讃岐うどん).
So If you’re in Kagawa prefecture you should really try their Udon.
Hmm…I don’t remember what kind of Udon I ordered but I
remember it was around 500Yen which is cheap for a meal in Japan.
The udon noodles was quite chewy but the taste was just so so.
I have tasted better Sanuki Udon…
You can check out their menu & some customers review over here >
Btw. The review by Japanese on this place is not that great, 3/5.
Well. If you have limited time & wanna grab some cheap udon,
this place might give you the fix.
Btw. Renraku sen sanuki udon restaurant（連絡船うどん)
is a Tachigui (立ち食い) style restaurant,
where there’s no seat, you have to stand while eating.
Renraku sen Udon 連絡船うどん
Address : 香川県高松市浜野町1-20 ＪＲ高松駅構内
(JR Takamatsu station)
Open from 7:15～21:00
It’s just beside the JR Takamatsu station.
I don’t remember which exit though.
Location on google map over here>
p/s: Blogging about this makes me miss Japanese ramen so much…
Some random food pictures shot with film.
Take away Bibimbap lunch box.
Bibimbap is a Korean dish which literally means “mixed rice”
Tomato curry with rice and miso soup at Matsuya (松屋）.
Matsuya is a major gyodon (beef bowl) food chain in Japan.
yiks. The last photo is too yellowish.
The weather forecast doesn’t look good at all.
We’ll only have one sunny day this week and the rest will be
rain & cloudy :o
Had lunch with my friends today at a nice Udon restaurant near Sengoku station （千石駅） along the Mita Line （三田線）. btw. Sanuki Udon is Kagawa prefecture’s （香川県） speciality dish.
++ Restaurant Name : 讃岐饂飩 元喜 (Sanuki Udon Genki) ++
My friend had a cold bukake Udon with vegetables tempura. Bukkake means pouring in Japanese and bukkake noodles means you pour the soup over the noodles instead of dipping the noodles in the soup like Zaru udon. There’s all kinds of way to eat Udon. If you’re interested to know more about it, check out Wikipedia’s write-up on Udon over here>>
Another friend of mine had the House speciality set meal which includes udon, rice & a small side dish.
I had a warm bukkake udon with shrimp tempura.
We had some tarts from “a la campagne” after lunch. The white one was some cheese tart with a long name which I could not remember and the one with cookie on top is a pumpkin tart! Both delicious!
That’s all for today…. ah….Why do weekends always fly by so fast…
Japanese words for today :