Sobakoh

★★★★★
  • 309 E 5th St

    New York, NY 10003

    Map & Directions
  • 212-254-2244

About Sobakoh

Hours
Mon. CLOSED;Tue. - Fri. 5:30pm - 11pm;Sat. - Sun. 12am - 3pm

Food

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Oh Soba Koh, why must you tease me with your promise of noodly goodness...
Amazing tender taste of organic noodles and delicious broth. The only drawback is not having more vegetarian options since the broth is mostly beef based and not vegetable based. That would make this place absolutely perfect!
Still, the lovely attentive service and the food make up for anything that may be lacking. I have been coming here for years and hopefully will continue to do so.

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★★★★★

Oh Soba Koh, why must you tease me with your promise of noodly goodness...
Amazing tender taste of organic noodles and delicious broth. The only drawback is not having more vegetarian options since the broth is mostly beef based and not vegetable based. That would make this place absolutely perfect!
Still, the lovely attentive service and the food make up for anything that may be lacking. I have been coming here for years and hopefully will continue to do so.

Pros: soba, food, service, ambiance

Cons: none

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Had the pleasure to eat here with friends.

I was blown away - without a doubt the Best soba I have had in NYC.

The restaurant is small but relaxed and never seems to get too noisy.

Highly Recommend

5
★★★★★

Had the pleasure to eat here with friends.

I was blown away - without a doubt the Best soba I have had in NYC.

The restaurant is small but relaxed and never seems to get too noisy.

Highly Recommend

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We've been to this place many times and have not been dissappointed yet. The freshly made soba has great taste and texture and the broth is flavorful. I always go for the Ten Zaru Soba and the shrimp tempura is light and tasty. The variety of other cooked dishes is good and they are above average but you should really be going there for the soba. The staff is attentive and the service is good. Portions are a little tiny and may not be enough for big eaters but you can always order an additional serving of soba with your dinner.

2
★★★★★

We've been to this place many times and have not been dissappointed yet. The freshly made soba has great taste and texture and the broth is flavorful. I always go for the Ten Zaru Soba and the shrimp tempura is light and tasty. The variety of other cooked dishes is good and they are above average but you should really be going there for the soba. The staff is attentive and the service is good. Portions are a little tiny and may not be enough for big eaters but you can always order an additional serving of soba with your dinner.

Pros: fresh soba, tasty

Cons: small servings

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Excellent tasting food, great service, very attentive and pleasant.
Didn't make it there to watch the making of he soba noodles, but it didn't take away from our experience.
The place is small, so seating may be tough at times.

2
★★★★☆

Excellent tasting food, great service, very attentive and pleasant.
Didn't make it there to watch the making of he soba noodles, but it didn't take away from our experience.
The place is small, so seating may be tough at times.

Pros: Authentic feel and taste.

Cons: None

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I can't decide if I like the authentic Soba or the authentic understated service better. This is what the real Japan is like - food and guests are treated equally well. After going just a couple of times the staff subtly acknowledged their appreciation. It is low-key even when most of the tables are full. I haven't been back to Sobaya since a friend recommended this place.

2
★★★★☆

I can't decide if I like the authentic Soba or the authentic understated service better. This is what the real Japan is like - food and guests are treated equally well. After going just a couple of times the staff subtly acknowledged their appreciation. It is low-key even when most of the tables are full. I haven't been back to Sobaya since a friend recommended this place.

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the prices don't necessarily scream casual, but this is a great place to get fantastic gourmet soba in a relaxed dining environment. the broths are amazing, the prawns just right, the sake selection excellent.

2
★★★★★

the prices don't necessarily scream casual, but this is a great place to get fantastic gourmet soba in a relaxed dining environment. the broths are amazing, the prawns just right, the sake selection excellent.

Pros: quick service, authentic soba cuisin

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IT WAS THE BEST SOBA I HAVE EVER EATEN IN NYC!!

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★★★★★

IT WAS THE BEST SOBA I HAVE EVER EATEN IN NYC!!

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Soba noodles may not get the same kind of groupies that follow sushi or sashimi, but these buckwheat noodles do have fans who seek them out all over the city. Sobakoh is a counterintuitive choice for noodleheads. The typical soba stand is…

 

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