Row 1

37 Kenmare St (btwn Elizabeth & Mott St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 966-0800
Noodles, Japanese
$ $
Mon–Sun: Noon–3:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Pork curry soba with a poached egg and tempura flakes
  • Vegetarian soups conjure up bad memories of watery blandness, but NOT the Broth with Buckwheat Noodles. Depth comes from seaweed and dried mushrooms
  • Pork kimchee soba is ridiculously good. Get it. If you opt for dessert, steer clear of the green tea affogato. Misleadingly labeled as more than half the dessert was cornflakes..
  • Excellent buckwheat noodles, delicate and nuanced broths, and fresh custard-like tofu. Vegetarian and meaty broths are on hand; both are excellent.
  • Cash only.
  • Pork. Curry. Soba.
  • Amazing! Delicious veggie soba, authentic and flavorful for being vegan. One of the best noodle soups I've had in the city!
  • Not as crowded as the one near Bowery.
  • Food that leaves you feeling physically restored because it is so good. Love the soba here. Feels like Japan. Cash only
  • Yo! Real talk, USA... Get the mera mera (cold). Also get the large (extra noodles) and thank me later. Top 15 dish in NYC!
  • The curry pork soba is amazing, but they must cook it on the surface of the sun, it's that hot!
  • So Curry Soba. Much delicious. Wow.
  • Tofu is the ultimate goody!
  • For the low price, wonderful service and cooks, AMAZING udon, and cute menus... I would be a regular and fat if I lived anywhere near this place. I try not to do repeats but I'm ABSOLUTELY coming back
  • Try the pork kimchi soba warm dip.
  • Everyone says it and it's true. Curry Soba 100% worth it.
  • Very busy place for soba noodles. Gets crowded during lunch. Less so after 2pm...
  • Curry pork soup. Get it.
  • Pork kimchee dip soba, kyona salad, and homemade silky tofu!
  • Love the pork kimchee dip soba. Desserts are great too!