Soba Noodle Time: Sobakoh

A nice plate of homemade soba noodles in the East Village.  

We were in the neighborhood for a Japanese comedy show (Kenji in America) to support a few friends, and we needed dinner before.  We happened upon Sobakoh and gave it a try.  There is a guy making the noodles right in front, so I watched him stretch and cut while we waited for our dinner.  

I had the Tsuke Tororo cold soba with a sticky yam dipping sauce.  I’ll admit I wasn’t exactly sure what to do with the quail egg, so I added it to the broth.  I have no idea if that’s the right way to do it!

Very clean.  Very fresh.  

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