Yesterday, my customers, who had a long layover at the Osaka Airport, asked me where they could go for a quick lunch in downtown Osaka. Their email said, "Should we have soba noodle? Where should we go?" I wrote, "No soba this time. Would you mind trying an udon place?" Thus, I recommended having a bowl of udon at Kasuya near Namba station. Generally speaking, It's better to stick with udon, not soba, in the western Japan. A few hours later, they sent me these photos. They really LOVED the place! Kasuya is a hole in the wall place with only 12 seats. The owner started from very humble beginnings 24 years ago (a food cart) and has been serving an authentic Osaka regional udon. My customers reported the owner gave them amazing service, accommodated their special vegetarian requests, and served them absolutely delicious udon noodle!
Address: 1 Chome-5-20 Nanba, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 542-0076, Japan
Open Everyday from 11 AM