The core essence of soba is enjoying its aroma. To savor the aroma of each strand of soba, we import all soba flour from Hokkaido, Japan. During Edo period (1603-1868), foodies of that era enjoyed freshly prepared soba, which took a while to prepare, by drinking sake and appetizers that were specifically selected and prepared to heighten the flavor and aroma of the anticipated soba to be later served. That was the beginning of “Soba Mae”meaning Prelude to soba.
Bowl Style or Hot Pot Style (+$2.00)
Sushi was enjoyed in a similar manner as soba mae.
Patrons would start the course with sashimi, accompanied by sake, gradually building up to the main dish, and capped off with delicately prepared sushi.
Sake is the crucial bonding factor in Japanese cuisine. It is used to bring out the flavor and aroma of soba and sushi to its highest potential, for the ultimate dining pleasure.
Appetizer / Sashimi / Grilled / Fried / Chawan-mushi
〈 Main Course 〉
Sushi and Soba