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Food Sharing #151 - Nagasaka Sarasina @ Tokyo, Japan

Food Sharing #151 - Nagasaka Sarasina @ Tokyo, Japan

December 2019 · 3 min read

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Hi Everyone,

The first proper meal I had in Tokyo was soba noodles. I was craving for it so much before so when I saw a restaurant at one of the shopping centres we were in, we quickly went inside. Soba noodles can come in cold or hot so it suited what my mum and I want as we both wanted something different.

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Let’s have a look at the menu first. There are a number of choices of sets with the option of hot or cold. As this is a more old school restaurant, there wasn’t any extensive English menu, just a simple few words on a few dishes. We picked the 2090 yen set that came with the beer and the cold tempura soba and udon combo set.

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Here comes the food! As expected, the sets came out nicely presented. I had the tempura set which consists of a variety of vegetables with a prawn and two types of noodles - soba and udon. The set my mum ordered had an oden, hot soba and the main dish of meat and fish cake (if I read it correctly). She was given a choice of sake or beer and she chose the beer which was perfect for her set.

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The food was delicious and have to say mine was very filling with two types of noodles. The tempura was fresh and came out smelling so yummy. It was nice but not exceptional. My mum’s set was a great deal! The oden was delicious and the soba was just right. Including the beer with the meal, it was just like a perfect match. The restaurant didn’t have any English speaking staff so be prepared to use a bit of google translate or ask for things in simple Japanese if you are a tourist. The table was nicely spaced and it wasn’t too overcrowded with was nice. Having soba as our first meal in Japan was a great choice.

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Address: Kinshicho Arcakit 10F, 2-2-1, Kinshi Cho, Sumida-Ku, Tokyo, (North exit of JR Kinshicho station)


大家好,去東京第一餐就是吃蕎麥麵. 去日本之前已經很想吃了因為澳洲實在沒有那麼好吃的蕎麥麵. 我在家店附近的商場找到一間就立刻進去. 這裡是一間傳統的蕎麥麵,服務員都比較大年紀不懂英文所以要用一點日文跟他們溝通. 餐牌上只有一兩樣很基本英文來介紹給不懂日文的食客. 我們叫了一份天婦羅蕎麥麵加烏冬而媽咪就叫了一份套餐連飲料. 我的餐比較普通但我媽咪的就非常好吃. 連著啤酒一次吃就是一個非常好的配搭.

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Nagasaka Sarasina
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2-chōme-2-1 Kinshi, Sumida City, Tōkyō-to 130-0013, Japan


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