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Soba Nippon

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  • Japanese, Noodles, Sushi
  • 19 W 52nd St, New York 10019 40.760356 -73.977604
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (212) 489-2525
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User Ratings (Based on 24 reviews)

avg-come back to15
Food 3_5 Value 3
Service 3_5 Atmosphere 3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 489-2525
Delivery Take-Out Major Credit Cards
Lunch Mon-Fri: 11:30am-3pm Sat: 12pm-3pm Dinner Daily: 5:30pm-10pm
Accepts Credit Cards, Business Dining, Delivery, Lunch, Lunch Special, Online Reservations, Pre/Post Theater, Private Parties, Take Out, Tasting Menu, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by anonymous on 2013-07-26

    fingers in the glass

    I was sittingg at the bar for lunch and noticed the manager put his fingers inside fresh water glasses to grab them off the shelf to fill water. I can inderstand doing that for used water glasses since it's faster. I was going to point that out to him b

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by CK on 2013-03-04

    Overpriced, overseasoned, disappointing

    Three words: don't eat here. The tempura udon was $21 and had ONE small piece of shrimp and two tiny pieces of vegetable in it. In 20 years of NYC living I've never seen anything like it. My wife had the beef sukiyaki, which was not real sukiyaki. My frie

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by William L on 2012-04-30

    I know Soba. Don't go

    I've grown up eating soba - cold/hot/in soup/not in soup. However, I noticed this place tends to attract a lot of first-timer japanese food eaters and/or tourists. Perhaps they can charge $30 for a soba soup or salad which usually should be $10-15 at

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by - on 2011-11-21

    Good soba but ...

    Let's face it: $20-$25 ($30 with coke/tip) for a bowl of soba, even if the buckwheat flour used in the noodles was lovingly and delicately milled in Canada by Canadian maidens --- is just plain nuts. I can get Chinese ramen at any Chinese joint --- fille

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by Anonymous on 2011-07-15

    Not the right place for sushi

    Repeating after many other commentators' opinion, this is not the right place for sushi. This is a place for soba and udon noodles. In fact, it has always been something weird for me that many people around the world tend to EQUAL Japanese food with sushi

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by karen on 2011-03-24

    Delicious soba and miso, cravings take me back

    It is hard to explain how delicious the soba here is, compared to other places, whether in the soup or in a hot or cold dish. they grow their own in a farm in Canada. Also, their miso soup is so delicious and like none other I've had. It's actually prepar

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by Anonymous on 2011-03-07

    Go here for poor service and chaos

    I have never actually written a review before, but after my experience yesterday I wanted to give diners the details of this restuarant. I went in with two colleagues during a conference. We waited at the door while the host refused to tell us how long a

  • Soba Nippon

    Posted by google it if you're still confused on 2011-01-20

    Great soba!

    It apparently comes as a shock to some people that there are types of Japanese cuisine other than sushi. This place is a soba noodle house. (One might infer this from the name, the menu, the website, the reviews, google, oh, any number of places.) Furt

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