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When the weather’s chilly a steaming bowl of broth and noodles can really hit the spot, and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Love Art Udon. This new Boston restaurant specializes in Japanese-style udon noodle bowls, and Yelpers note that while the food quality here is as good as any other noodle shop in the city, the prices tend to be a bit cheaper.
A standard udon bowl starts at $4 to $6 for broth and noodles, and you can dress it up however you like. Start with the original soy dashi broth and add beef, scallions, and fishcake for just a few dollars more. Interested in something spicier? You might enjoy the miso broth with fiery minced chilis, pork, bean sprouts, and sesame seeds (and an extra helping of noodles if you’re really hungry). Whatever you choose, you’ll be able to enjoy your meal in the restaurant’s sleek, modern dining room, which offers table seating for folks who want to linger a while, as well as bar seating for customers who want to pop in and out for a quick bite.