Service: Very friendly and smiling
Equipment & Facilities: very clean overall. Superb washroom! Entirely non-smoking!
Prices: Reasonable to slightly expensive
Strong points: Organic Ju-wari (100%) buckwheat noodles. Duck cuisine. Sake list.
Soba Han Restaurant has many qualities and one of them is its location near the Toroiseki Ruins park and the Serizawa Keisuke Museum!
A great pace for a nice holiday!
A typical Japanese entrance!
The soba are 100% buckwheat flour milled on site!
One can choose to sit either at a table or on the tatami floor!
Have a good look at the wooden architecture!
Chef Taisuke Okitsu explains why the tenderness and taste of his duck is so important!
The buckwheat used in this restaurant was grown organically without any pesticides!
I ordered the “kamo Pon soba”!
The soupstock and seasoning for the soba!
The zaru-style cold buckwheat noodles!
A very appetizing meal!
Superb and so tender duck!
i promised my self to come back for dinner and check all these superb Shizuoka sake!
Dragon’s order: “ebiden mizore”!
Beautiful hot soba with shrimp tenpura and fresh vegetables!
Very thick and succulent soba yuu/soba soup!
See you there again for dinner soon!
422-8033 Shizuoka City, Suruga ku, Toro, 6-2-1
Opening hours: 11:00~14:00, 17:00~21:30 (Last orders)
Closed on Tuesdays
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