What an adorable family restaurant Kendonya is. You can feel everything is made with love and the result is an amazing plate of fresh food in front of you.
In case you are visiting the Fushimi Inari Taisha temple, Kendonya is the perfect place to stop for lunch. I could spot many locals there and the place doesn’t seem to get packed, although being very small. And in case you don’t have any wheat intolerance, give their homemade udon noodles a try. Hubby loved them!
Hubby was crazy to try their homemade udon noodles, so you pretty know what he’s ordered. I got my beloved chicken and egg rice bowl. More details below:
- Mine: Chicken and egg rice bowl with miso soup side and some veggies that I don’t remember what they were. 😀
- Hubby: Pork cutlet set B (tonkotsu sauce) – udon with pork broth, breaded pork cutlet, and rice.
Hmm, my belly warms up only by the thought of eating that rice bowl again. The chicken broth used was spot on! Deep in flavour and with a wonderful smell. Man, I could have a mug of that broth right now.
Hubby was very happy with his choice as well. Said the pork cutlet was crispy and moist. Also, the udon didn’t disappoint him.
If my mother was Japanese I would say I was eating at her home! Such a good place with amazing food, definitely feels like homemade comfort food. I wish I could teleport back there to try something else this weekend. 😐
About the English: English menu available and staff can communicate well in English.
Bill: $1750 Yen ($22 AUD) – no drinks.
Exact location: https://goo.gl/maps/Xvi9oE1ZhG12
Extra information: www.kendonya.jimdo.com