Random date nights (on weeknights) are the best. It’s a nice break from work and preparing dinner at home. R and I hardly have those lately so it was refreshing when he suggested that we eat out last week. And it was perfect as I just checked a list of restaurants I wanted to visit along high street. One of the restaurants I was eying was…
The cute soba and udon restaurant was half full when we arrived. Since R was hungry, we hurriedly ordered O-Ebi Ten Mori Soba (PHP260) and Niku Fuji Soba (PHP260). We also got Sobacha Pudding (PHP80) which the server initially described to be made of soba but it was tea pudding.
Service was very quick as our food was served within the 5 minute mark. I was impressed.
R’s cold noodles was served with two pieces of tempura and a cup of some sort of watered down soup which the server suggested to be mixed with the remaining dipping sauce and drink it like tea. It was said to help blood circulation. Not sure if it’s true but… okay!
But if you’re hungry, it’s better to order Niku Fuji as it was more filling. I think it had more soba and the thin slices of meat made the dish heavier too.
I loved the broth and it wasn’t the oily and ultra savory type. I could finish the bowl by myself without getting tired of it (umay).
The Sobacha Pudding was… quite bland for dessert. It had a nice texture though and a refreshing take on tea after meal.
Overall, it was a great dinner. Let’s have more of this, R! <3
Nadai Fujisoba is located at Ground Floor, Building 7, Bonifacio High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.