Enjoyed the salad, salmon teriyaki and miso soup. Hot soba wasn't as good as expected, according to reviews. I had the one with fried tofu - I suggest trying something else.
It was a very nice lunch but a bit expensive. I loved the look of the bamboo. The food was very good and it was a good location.
Excellent food. Easy atmosphere. Quiet, good for long conversations.
Go-to restaurant in the 50's for business lunch--traditional noodle shop but with excellent service. Full sushi menu as well but prefer the noodles/soups.
Great noodles & soups. No sushi here.
Very good tempura, gyoza and hot soba. My girlfriends Japanese and she loved it too
When we arrived we were told that sushi was no longer available at dinner, only for lunch. The main reason that we chose this restaurant was that it was sushi close to RCMH. This was not stated anywhere on their website. When we looked at the menus (all three), we noticed that they were shorter and different the one online.
Two of three items I ordered, were not available: uni and toro tuna. On a Friday. They had no tuna, uni, or squid. At a Japanese restaurant.
We will not be back.
Soba Nippon has been a favorite of ours as we visit each time we come to NYC. The food is genuinely authentic Japanese. They are mainly a soba (buckwheat) noodle venue, but their farms grow the buckwheat that produce the outstanding tasting soba noodles. The salmon carpaccio was an amazing starter. We will revisit Soba Nippon again when ever we're craving authentic soba dishes.
Excellent hot and cold soba and excellent service make this a great restaurant.
Everything we had was amazing. Disappointed at first that they didn't have sushi but so impressed with the menu we stayed. We are glad we did !