This post was first posted on the old website by me. Since its no longer available on that site, I’ve decided to repost the article here.

Simba-shi Soba is known for its handmade soba made from fresh buckwheat seeds. These seeds are milled into flour and skillfully shaped by hand into fine strands of noodles by their Japanese Soba Masters at the restaurant daily. If you’re there at the right time, you’ll witness the making of soba through the display glass at the outlet.

Shimbashi Soba
Shimbashi Soba

Yuzu Kosho Kamo Seiro
Yuzu Kosho Kamo Seiro, S$20.80

Chilled noodle with sliced seasoned duck meat, wild vegetables, mushrooms and egg in duck broth, served with citrus-flavored chili.

Chikara Soba
Chikara Soba, S$15.80

Warm soup noodle with rice cakes, chicken, mushrooms and spring onions.

Some people likes it and enjoyed the fresh soba, while some find it a little too salty and felt it wasn’t worth the price. What about you?

Simba-Shi Soba
#B1-02 NEX
23 Serangoon Central
Tel: 6634 4786