Frequently Asked Questions

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FAQs

Can I book a table?

We don’t take bookings at Marugame. The service style is super casual; you’ll choose your food from the counter and take your tray to a table!

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Are there vegan options on the menu?

Yes 30% of our menu is suitable for vegans.

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Where can I find allergy information?

Allergy information is available on the menu page www.marugame.co.uk/menu

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How much does a meal at Marugame cost?

You should expect to spend about £10 to £12 at Marugame for a bowl of udon, a couple of extras and a drink.

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How many Marugame Udons are there around the world?

There are approximately 850 Maurgame’s in Japan and a further 400 globally including Thailand, Cambodia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Russua and the USA.

The Liverpool Street Marugame is the first Marugame in Europe!

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What is udon?

Udon are chewy thick Japanese noodles made from wheat, salt and water.

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How fresh are the udon at Marugame?

We made our udon in the kitchen in front of your eyes throughout the day. Your udon will never be more than 20mins old it’s as fresh as it can be!

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How is udon made?

It’s a two day process that involved mixing the dough (starting with our Japanese flour), ageing it following our two stage ageing process. Pressing, rolling and cutting. The water temprature, air temparature and humidity all affect how the dough needs to be handled. Our Udon Black Belt Kouhei Honkawa has trained all our team in the art of udon making and ensures quality on a daily basis!

 

This all happens in our open kitchen visible for everyone to see! Exactly how it’s done in Japan.

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Is any of the meat halal?

We are currently working on ensuring all our chicken products are halal and by 16th August this will be the case. In the meantime 30% of our menu is vegan so we hope this means there is choice for everyone.

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