Koya is an udon noodle restaurant in Soho.

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49 Frith Street, London, W1D 4SG

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+44 (0)20 7434 4463

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49 Frith Street
+44 (0)20 7434 4463
Public transport:
Tottenham Court Road, Underground


4 out of 5 based on 140 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Koya

2.0 out of 5 17 August 2014
by Ela T.

I am incredibly confused by the hype associated by this place, not least the constant queues out the door. I was expecting something as awesome as the ramen+egg+soft shell crab in Bonedaddies. Boy was I wrong.

Someone will have to tell me what the difference is between eating hot udon and hot broth, cold udon and hot broth, and cold udon and cold broth. Does the menu have to confuse a person...more

4.0 out of 5 11 August 2014
by Natalie H.

Humble udon place in an accessible location with a wonderful range of udon - hot, cold, soup, dry.

I've had the prawn tempura udon, mixed veggie tempura, and a friend had the saba udon which was a dry cold udon which was DELISH!!!

Tempura udon had one piece of prawn tempura so I topped it up with more veggie tempura, so be prepared if you order that. I would order the saba udon; they do cold...more

3.0 out of 5 11 July 2014
by Shveta D.

I'm visiting from NYC and a friend took me here and overall it was awesome. We went to the bar sitting restaurant and it was a unique experience. The service was slow but it's definitely a place you should try if you are bored of sushi.

Get the plum wine! It was delicious.more

3.0 out of 5 11 May 2014
by Jing Shyang Y.

I feel a little like Grant and his experience with Japanese Ramen. Ramen I get. Udon, I don't get.

When you get Ramen right like at Shoryu, you forget about anything else and lose yourself if your warm yummy bowl of tonkotsu broth. It's possible to do at home. But it's time consuming one to make the noodles and two, to make the broth which needs to boil for pretty much 12 hours of the...more

4.0 out of 5 27 April 2014
by Dawn T.

I literally googled top ten places to eat at in London and found this.

It was the most delicious thing I ever at in London! Came here with friends at 10PM, wasn't as packed. We were seated right away, it was quite interesting. The food was yummy, but the service wasn't so much. They insisted us to order within five minutes, that was kind of annoying. Their Braised pork was so good, I would...more