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A Soba Restaurant with Fresh Style

Soba Dining

Ever since the Edo period, the Japanese have been known to enjoy their soba with sake and other alcoholic beverages in a tradition called “soba-ya nomi.” In this culture, adults indulge in various dishes and drinks before bringing things to a close with some fresh soba.

Transcending the Limitations of Soba

Nishikoori's KAMO SOBA (Duck Soba)

The essence of Nishikoori’s duck flavor comes not from the usual suspects of kombu and bonito, but, rather, duck bouillon.
This is quite different from the usual manner of creating duck soba. We believe the simplicity of our process creates and maintains resonance between the duck and soba without unnecessary interference from other ingredients. By all means, it would be our pleasure for you to try our famous duck soba for yourself.

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Nishikoori’s Ambiance

Our interior uses wood, stone, clay, and other earthy, natural materials in addition to soft lighting and seasonal flowers.
We place our focus on creating a modern yet relaxing ambiance within our establishment. We also incorporate cherry blossoms in the spring, lush greenery in the summer, multicolor leaves in the fall, and bare yet dignified branches in the winter. No matter the season, you can always observe the splendor of the Meguro River from Nishikoori.

From the Dinner Menu

Our Menu

Delicious food, exquisite memories.
Basing our dishes off of seasonal ingredients, we have created a lineup of numerous classic dishes. It is with the utmost pride that we invite you to taste our handmade soba.

Vinegar-Marinated Fried Pike Conger and Celery
¥ 1,200
Grilled Wheat Gluten with Sea Urchin
¥ 1,600
Dinner Set for Adults
1,800
Potato Galette (Shrimp, Octopus, and Squid)
¥ 900
Cutlet with Ground Ibérico Pork and Wagyu Beef
¥ 800
Mackerel Rillettes
¥ 700
Roasted Shiokoji-Marinated Pork with Japanese Herbs and Fresh Japanese Red Peppers
¥ 1,250
Baked and Steamed Baby Corn with Soy Sauce
¥ 650
Deep-Fried Echizen Shrimp
¥ 800
Beef Sukiyaki in Small Casserole
¥ 1,800
Seiro (Soba and Dipping Sauce)
¥ 900
Soba in Hot Dashi Soup with Assorted Tempura
¥ 1,800
Soba with Grated Daikon Radish and Ume Plum Paste
¥ 1,200
Soba in Hot Dashi Soup with Red Cherry Shrimp Tempura
¥ 1,500

Nishikoori’s Cuisine

Using traditional Japanese culinary methods, Nishikoori prefers to eschew rigid beliefs about soba and strives toward simplicity. We also pay respect to the producers of our ingredients by always looking to improve and innovate our cooking methods. In fact, it is the ingredients we turn to first in our culinary process, remaining flexible as we take into account seasonal factors like temperature and humidity during our soba making.

Potato Galette (Shrimp, Octopus, and Squid)

The three best varieties of potato galettes served as a starter. Phenomenal texture is preserved in our crispy, deep-fried shrimp, octopus, and squid, which are added to coarsely grated potatoes.

Mackerel Rillettes

A dish comprised of slow-roasted mackerel in mustard and flavored with sour cream. Comes with buckwheat flour galette.

Smoked Seasonal Fish with Deep-Fried Vegetables in Japanese Hollandaise Sauce

Seasonal fish with a delightful, smoky fragrance and deep-fried seasonal vegetables. Comes with Hollandaise sauce based on our house-made vinegared miso.

Roasted Shiokoji-Marinated Pork with Japanese Herbs and Fresh Japanese Red Peppers

Slow-roasted shiokoji-marinated pork left with a touch of pinkness. Comes with our house-made sauce based on vegetables, Japanese herbs, and fresh Japanese red peppers.

Beef Sukiyaki in Small Casserole

For those wishing for a small yet mouthwatering dish. In this mini sukiyaki, we use the A5 rank Japanese Black breed of cattle.

Dinner Set for Adults

An evening set for adults who desire drinks accompanied by small dishes, including a piping hot casserole and a soba or donburi set.

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