For Authentic Japanese Soba That Will Rock Your World, Head To Sobaya In New York

In the world of Japanese noodles, there may be more restaurants dedicated to the art of udon and ramen. But for those who appreciate soba, the thin hand-pulled noodles made from buckwheat flour, this uniquely Japanese art has made its way over to NYC. At Sobaya, the skilled chefs serve this deliciously nutty noodle in both hot and cold preparations – along with a whole menu of Japanese specialties you won’t find at your corner sushi takeout.

Have you tried soba before? Let us know in the comments section if you’ve been to Sobaya or another soba temple in NYC – what’s your favorite way to eat it? If you’re interested in taking a seat at Sobaya’s small dining room, make sure to visit their website and Facebook page to learn all about their specialties.

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Address: Sobaya, 229 E 9th St, New York, NY 10003, USA