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Today’s Lunch is Soba!


Lunch & Dinner

at first

I’m sorry

Because we can’t speak english

I am using DeepL translate, so it may be a strange sentence, but I would like you to understand

Thank you

”Minoya”, a nearby buckwheat noodle restaurant that I go to eat many times a month

Tea served as soon as you arrive at the table.

The lady who works at the store, who is always very responsive, will get you out right away.

How nice to have this tea!

The name of the restaurant, 「美濃屋」”Minoya,” is written firmly on the teacup.

This teacup is not only for drinking tea.

but also when you want to drink only “Sobayu”, they serve this teacup.

Sobayu is the boiling water that comes out when soba noodles are boiled.

In fact, this Sobayu is rich in nutrients!

Many of the nutrients in soba noodles are water-soluble, and they run off when the noodles are boiled.

However, by drinking this Sobayu, you can take in the nutrients that escaped in the boiling water.

Rich in vitamins B1, B2, potassium and other minerals

The “mottainai” culture of the Japanese people has made this a very rational and efficient way to consume nutrients.

It is a very rational and efficient way of taking in nutrients. Soba water is served separately in this lacquered-looking container.

The important nutrients

from the boiling water.

Now, the order is reversed.

Today’s order is “Ebi Tempura Soba”

Shrimp tempura is covered with egg and topped with mitsuba leaves and chopped nori seaweed.

Negi (green onion) is served on a separate plate to your liking.

 It is a very aromatic so-called “condiment”.

What is this “condiment” to begin with?

It is meant to enhance the aroma and deep flavor of the food by placing it on top of the food.

It is also meant to increase one’s appetite.

I guess it is similar to herbs and spices used in Western cuisine.

The spice that goes well with soba is chili pepper.^^

I always love to sprinkle it on and eat it tangy and spicy!

It looks cute in a Japanese style container, but if you put too much on it, it will be very spicy.

Sprinkle with care.

In this way

Really good all the time!!!

The atmosphere in the restaurant is that of an old-fashioned buckwheat noodle shop.

It is not particularly stylish, but international customers will be delighted.

Thanks for another great day!!!

I’ll be back!

and leave the restaurant after conversing at the checkout.

If you are ever in the area, please come by!

It’s delicious!

Soba Restaurant Minoya

7-14-36 Fukui, Nishi-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan

Google map,141.2653939,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xa940c5d00dcb4005!8m2!3d43.0508916!4d141.2653942