Little, back alley restaurant solely focused on making soba noodles by hand -- not tempura or anything else. Noodles are paired with dishes featuring locally grown vegetables and local sake.
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Gokuraku (Paradise) Set1,080 yen
Hand-made soba noodles with a small plate of 'Greasy Hell' fried noodles and soba-infused inari (sushi rice stuffed in bean curd pockets). 'Greasy Hell' refers to fresh-made soba noodles that have been deep-fried and topped with chicken, shrimp and bamboo shoots in a thick, sweet sauce.
Hand-made soba noodles with three or four vegetable dishes making for a well-balanced healthy meal! Ingredients vary by the season, but this set menu will typically include a side salad, roasted and boiled root vegetables, frozen tofu, and boiled hijiki seaweed.
Seiro soba (noodles served on a bamboo tray) is the most orthodox style. Made fresh by hand twice a day (before lunch and again before dinner) using stone ground buckwheat flour. The dipping sauce is made without sugar and has a strong flavor of broth, mirin and soy.
domestic buckwheat flour
mirin, soy sauce, dashi fish soup base
Oni-Oroshi Daikon Radish Soba870 yen
Cold soba noodles in a soup bowl garnished with roughly grated daikon radish and freshly shredded dried bonito.
domestic buckwheat, radish, dried bonito
mirin, soy sauce
Bistro House 1F, 2320 Gondo-cho, Tsuruga, Nagano City