Sarashina Horii

Chef-owner Horii Yoshinori of the famed Sarashina Horii soba shop, established in 1789 is opening a New York outpost.

The original soba Sarashina Horii shop opened its doors in 1798 in Tokyo, and now the eight generation of the Horii family carries on the tradition of making hand-cut noodles, including at there first international outpost. Favoured by the ruling Shoguns and by the Imperial household, and famous for their eponymous Sarashina soba - thin noddles made with buckwheat flour and usually served sitting in a light bonito-based broth.

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Soba aficionados


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