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Soba Totto

Restaurants, Japanese Midtown East
Recommended
5 out of 5 stars
(2user reviews)
Soba Totto (Photograph: Jessica Lin)
Photograph: Jessica Lin Soba Totto

Time Out says

This sultry, black-tiled offshoot of the popular Yakitori Totto invites lingering over soba (buckwheat) noodles and premium sake. A light hand prevails in the rich soba soup with tender slices of duck breast and a single halved shiitake. The restaurant offers a menu primer on the many uses of buckwheat; along with noodles, there are both sweet and savory dumplings (the sweet ones arrive floating in a delicious bean soup). They even use the toasted grains as a nutty topping for ice cream.

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Details

Address: 211 E 43rd St
New York
10017
Cross street: between Second and Third Aves
Transport: Subway: 42nd St S, 4, 5, 6, 7 to 42nd St–Grand Central
Price: Average main course: $15. AmEx, MC, V
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Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11:45am–2:30pm, 6–11pm; Sat 6–11pm; Sun 5:30–10:30pm
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Users say (2)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.5 / 5

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A nice soba place in the hearth of midtown 

I highly recommand you to go there and try it 

Soba are really good and you always have the choice between cold and hot

A nice place in general for lunch

tastemaker

Really amazing Japanese food! I don't know why but some of the nicest and fanciest Japanese restaurants are in the midtown east area. The yakitori appetizers were all super delicious and surprisingly filling. Their choice of soba is also quite extensive. I got their cold soba with uni and it was amazing and very refreshing. Their sake and shochu collection is also great to pair with. I definitely recommend it for a nice meal or fancy date!