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290 Orchard Road
#B1-41 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

10:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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One of their warm soba selections, this features ingredients like bonito flakes, mushrooms, seaweed, grated radish, vegetables. The picked plum was quite interesting. A very good meal, not too salty (in fact, they offer plain broth to those who find their noodles too salty). There's a huge variety of dishes, will be back for more.

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Shimbashi Soba serves handmade warm and chilled handmade buckwheat soba alongside lunch sets, salmon and sashimi and desserts. http://hungryghost.sg/shimbashi-soba/

Always spoilt for choice whenever I'm here, with their wide array of dishes here - hot to cold, soup to dry, you name it, they have it. They may not have the best price point but I think their soba is pretty much worth a trip down given the quality and quantity of it.⁣

Made of Tasmanian buckwheat flour to boost it a rich fragrance, it claims it uses a “Yute-ade” cooking method to retain the soba’s bounce/texture — the lightly-battered prawn, mushrooms & peas w soft-boiled egg makes this a greater delight to tuck into!😊 This is the only restaurant I’d visit for a legit jap soba fix (it being so simple, it’s one of those dish way more worth to cook at home😅) 💕💯

Tempura Seiro
chilled soba served with dipping sauce, prawn and vegetable tempura

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Actually wanted the matcha soba set but they’d run out for the day, so I chose the Beef mazesoba which comes with cold soba noodles, slices of beef shabu, shimeji mushrooms, and a chilli oil dipping sauce with a soft boiled egg. The server instructed me to pour the sauce into the noodles, but I wouldn’t recommend this as it dilutes the sauce too much and the soba doesnt absorb the flavours. I found it better to dip the soba into the sauce. This resulted in a better coating of the noodles. Surprisingly, the sauce was actually spicier than I would’ve thought as there didn’t look to be much chilli oil in it. The soba noodles were a tad undercooked as they were hard, but it didn’t bother me that much after I dipped them in the sauce. The beef shabu was tender and yummy, but the amount given was very little. Overall, I think the ingredient to noodle ratio needs to be improved. I probably wouldn’t order this again as there are other tastier dishes on the menu, and better mazesobas in other local eateries.