290 Orchard Road
#B1-41 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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11:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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This place never disappoints :’) perfectly cooked soba with the umami soup just hits the spot every time. The prawn tempura was amazing as well, with the prawn retaining its own crunch and when paired with the light crispy batter 🤤 be prepared to wait though but it’s so worth the wait!

We come here only for two things - their soba, and their set meals! The soba is great because Shimbashi gets the texture right, by having the noodles served a little hard. This is another reason we prefer the cold to the hot soba, because for the latter, if you don't have the noodles quickly, they become soggy. :( The restaurant serves the cold soba with dipping sauce, which may be a little salty so don't dip all your noodles in without trying it first, because it may not be to everyone's liking. Add some wasabi for an additional kick to your noodles!

Shimbashi is really generous with their set meals, with the above set costing around $22.80++. For the size of the don and the sides provided (including salad, croquette, watermelon and chawanmushi), it is a really good deal! The set is available on weekday afternoons and evenings, and for the entire day on weekends. So, do get it if you are feeling really hungry!

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Tenchirashi Soba
chilled soba in sauce, topped with assorted tempura and soft boiled egg

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Takane Ruby Seiro
chilled takane ruby buckwheat noodle served with dipping sauce

Felt that the soba wasn’t impressive enough for a specialty soba shop. It was alright but still lacked the very qq texture I had expected (I had one really good one once but I can’t rmb where 😭). The broth is nice tho! It’s even nicer when you add the bonito broth (that they provide in a flask at every table). Tempura was crunchy, liked the pumpkin best, the rest were alright but I found the shrimp one a bit floury. The chicken soba soup had a more savoury-sweet taste, but was too heavy. The leek in it was really nice! The rest of the ingredients were pretty standard. Not sure if I’ll return specially for this, as my go-to Japanese restaurant (sakuraya at west coast plaza) serves yummier soba at a cheaper price point.

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Chilled plain noodle served with beef, mushrooms, carrot, radish, fried beancurd, sweet bean and soft boiled egg in warm dipping broth