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Soba-Ya

Category: Japanese

229 E. Ninth St., New York, NY 10011
212.533.6966


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Soba-Ya - Reviews from across the web

north america : usa : new york state : new york city : restaurant : soba-ya review
shhh--dont tell anybody else about sob...
frommers.com

the new york times > travel > new york city guide > restaurant details
noodles are the focus at this bright, handsome little japanese restaurant, one of several nearby owned by the same group. the soba noodles - buckwheat, pale tan and smooth - are served hot in soups or cold, a better bet for appreci...
travel2.nytimes.com

new york | dining | asian/pacific | japanese | soba-ya | wcities
this restaurant is popular with young japanese people living in new york city, as well as visiting japanese businesspeople. it is also a frequent choice of many local residents for its high quality soba and udon noodle dishes. there i...
wcities.com

compare prices and read reviews on soba-ya at epinions.com
in japan soba restaurants are generally casual and inexpensive so its always been a mystery as to why the best known noodle place in manhattan, sohos honmura-an, is exorbitantly...
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compare prices and read reviews on soba-ya at epinions.com
one of my favorite japanese restaur...
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igougo: soba-ya - new york restaurants, new york
from the name of the restaurant, you could tell noodles are the main attraction here (soba is a kind of japanese noodles.) located in the east village a stones throw from cooper union and astor place, it sits on a kind ...
igougo.com

very very nice environemtn, small...
very very nice environemtn, small and warm and it makes you feel like that you are actually in Japan! excellent service provided by the waiters and waitresses. we told her t...
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gayot restaurant reviews
if you think japanese food begins and ends with sushi, you might want to check out sobaya to see what youive been missing. soba and udon are served at this sleekly appointed, tranquil little noodle haven on east 9th street, w...
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