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Nijo Shinmachi Soba No Bo

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Japanese: Soba


Nijo Shinmachi Soba No Bo Description

Nijo Shinmachi Soba no Bo is a hidden gem nestled in the vibrant streets of Atami. This cozy restaurant specializes in traditional Japanese soba noodles, offering a delightful culinary experience for both locals and visitors alike. The decor exudes a charming blend of modern simplicity and traditional Japanese elements, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere for diners to enjoy their meal.

What sets Nijo Shinmachi Soba no Bo apart is their dedication to serving authentic soba noodles made from high-quality buckwheat flour, handcrafted with precision to achieve the perfect texture and flavor. From classic zaru soba to indulgent tempura soba, each dish is a masterpiece that showcases the artistry and skill of the chefs. The menu also features a variety of side dishes and appetizers, allowing guests to create their own unique dining experience. Whether you're a soba enthusiast or looking to explore traditional Japanese cuisine, Nijo Shinmachi Soba no Bo promises a memorable gastronomic journey in the heart of Atami.

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Nijo Shinmachi Soba No Bo Overview

Address

26-2 Momoyamachō, Atami, Shizuoka 413-8511

Phone

+81 (0) 557-84-2777

Access

39 minute walk from Atami Station

Operating Hours

Sun: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Mon: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Tue: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Wed: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Thur: Closed
Fri: 11:00AM-3:00PM
Sat: 11:00AM-3:00PM

Payment methods

Cash

Restaurant Features

Family-friendly

Nijo Shinmachi Soba No Bo Reviews

Nijo Shinmachi Soba No Bo Google Average Rating

3.8

5

Google
Good soba, a few vegan and vegetarian options, reasonable price.
Fast service, not a place to sit and relax for a long time though.

4

Google
A soba restaurant inside the MOA Museum of Art
The famous sakura shrimp kakiage
Even though I went early for lunch on a public holiday, I waited in line for over 30 minutes, but it was worth it.
Kakiage, burdock tempura, and soba noodles were served with three kinds of sauces (soba samadhi: walnut, grated yam, and hot spring egg) and seasonal alcohol.
You sit at a long table facing the host, and during the meal you switch places on either side of you.

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