Time Out says
This unassuming noodle shop is tucked away on a side street in Ningyocho and offers a standing-only counter for hungry slurpers. Tickets for both soba and udon can be purchased at the vending machine, with options starting from a mere ¥310. But what makes Fuku Soba special is its tempura, deep-fried toppings in the form of crispy discs, featuring ingredients such as beni shoga (pickled ginger), small sakura shrimp, burdock or a carrot-and-onion mix (also called kakiage). A tempura soba will only set you back ¥440, with additional fritters priced at ¥130 a piece.
1-16-3 Nihonbashi Ningyocho, Chuo
|Transport:||Ningyocho Station (Asakusa, Hibiya lines)|
|Opening hours:||6.15am-8pm, Sat & hols 6.15am-5pm, closed Sun|