The Art of Eating Soba at Nadai Fujisoba


Have you tried Japanese Soba? Visir Nadai Fujisoba and find out!





Nadai Fujisoba Menus

Selections are available in hot and cold soba noodles, and also some rice bowls!





Aka Fuji Soba Udon (spicy, but not too much)



Soba means Japanese buckwheat noodle and Nadai Fujisoba became well-known by producing the best quality of soba noodle their country has to offer

Based on a few rules formed way back in the Edo period, there is certain etiquette to follow when chowing down the noodle. It goes something like this:   

•You must drink Sake first

•The noodles must be eaten cold

•Conversation should be avoided whilst eating

•Spring onion and wasabi should be added to the Dashi (dipping sauce) first

•The Soba noodles should then be picked up and dunked into the dipping sauce

•You should slurp loudly as you chow down on the noodles

•Once the noodles have been finished, the dipping sauce is diluted with the water used to cook the noodles and drunk as a soup

  



When eating soba, don't mind having a louder slurp :) It is customary to have a louder sounds when eating soba, or any other noodles related in a Japanese restaurants. It is a sign of respect to the chef, that means you are enjoying their food!






Nadai Fujisoba first opened in Shibuya in 1966 and slowly expanded to some of the bustling areas in Tokyo. Last year, they proudly opened its first international store in Taiwan. Now, Fujisoba has opened its first branch in the country.


Nadai Fujisoba

Address: G/F Building 7, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.

Tel: 02-830-333

Business Hours: 10:00 am to 11:00 pm

Facebook: FujisobaPH


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