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Sobre Udon
The story of UDON began more than 15 years ago. Travelling, a lot of curiosity, and a palate open to new flavours led the two founders of UDON to fall in love with Asian culture and cuisine. It was love at first sight and the charm is still there. Their passion for the flavours, aromas and colours of Asian cuisine led them to open their first UDON in 2004, importing the concept of "noodle bar", still unknown in Spain, but with a tradition of more than 400 years in Asia. At UDON we rediscover the healthy, balanced and nutritious character of Asian cuisine, which is one of the healthiest in the world. We follow a simple formula: health and taste. We love to savour century old recipes, made with fresh, organic and locally sourced raw produce. And to make everything perfect, we prepare the dishes as we like to eat them: always cooked to order. Asian Food. These two words, so simple and clear, tell our story. Now it's up to you to try it. Welcome to UDON.

SPECIALIZING IN NOODLES

Noodles are the perfect health-conscious fast food to enjoy a balanced, healthy and nutritious diet. They are a source of carbohydrates that the body easily burns up to provide energy. For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed excellent health, basing their diet on noodles.

At UDON we believe that by adopting some of the Eastern eating habits, we will provide great benefits to our health. Noodles are an essential feature of this diet and are part of our staple diet.

A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY

Noodles originally come from China, where they first appeared around 5000 BC. Their use then spread to other Asian countries. Their popularity has now crossed borders, with noodles today being more and more appreciated all over the world.

In the sixth century and coupled with many cultural changes, China shared the art of making noodles with Japan. From that moment on, noodles became an everyday food in that country. For centuries, the Japanese have enjoyed excellent health, avoiding many of the diseases associated with the Western diet.