Soba / Udon Spots in Ishikawa Area

  • Soba Soan
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    4.5
    20 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Tsurugi Hiyoshimachi Ro 32
    "This soba shop is in a remodeled kominka (old house). They offer carefully made soba in an atmospheric interior. They grind their own soba flour and mix it with their own well water for handmade soba in 90%, 100%, and course ground 100% soba. It's a favorite with soba fans, and was selected one of the 100 Best in Japan in 2017. Their menu offers ""Soba-mae"" meal sets made with local ingredients, as well as a selection of local sakes."

    自家製粉石臼挽き手打ちそばが食べられる、 『草庵』に行ってきました♬ 築100年以上の建物は 歴史が感じられる一方、 天井が高く立派な梁が印象的で 現代風にリノベーションされていて 素敵な空間╰(*´︶`*)╯ 休日の14:00頃到着♬ お蕎麦完売まで残り数名で ギリギリ入店ヽ( ̄д ̄;)ノ=3=3=3 お蕎麦を注文後 お茶と一緒に 〝そばの実が入った かりんとう” が出て来て、これが...

  • Sobazen
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Wajima-shi Monzenmachi Toge Wa 1
    "A soba noodle restaurant situated along National Route 249 traveling from the vicinity of the Sea of Japan towards the Sojiji Temple. The restaurant serves the kind of ""monzen"" soba noodles which were once presented to those worshipping at the Sojiji Temple when it was the head temple of Soto Buddhism. These noodles are made according to a unique method which uses Japanese yams harvested deep in the mountains instead of water to bind the buckwheat flour; the restaurant's buckwheat flour is also grown locally in Noto. When you chew the noodles, they exude the flavor of Japanese yam, and thus unlike regular soba noodles which you are supposed to slurp, chewing the noodles and savoring their flavor is considered the proper way to eat them. Also of note is the fact that the restaurant only makes use of exquisite Japanese yams stocked from a Japanese yam expert located in Wajima City. Customers are sure to enjoy a bowl of soba noodles unlike anything offered anywhere else."

    輪島市門前町にあります、総持寺の近くにあるそば屋さんですここの蕎麦はつなぎに自然薯を使いまたそばつゆは関西風味ですが良くだしがきいています、またそば打ち体験もできます。

  • Ikki Soba Chosuke
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    4.0
    6 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Kamashimizumachi Chi 2-1
    This restaurant started as a tofu shop in 1948 and later operated as a general store and a restaurant before resurrecting ikki soba, a local soba noodle dish native to the Torigoe area, in 1981. Operating out of a traditional old Japanese home with a working water wheel, the restaurant serves the Chosuke Gozen meal, which is particularly recommended. The hearty and healthy meal comes with seasonal vegetable and edible wild plant tempura, kata-dofu hard tofu sashimi, a nimono stewed dish, a seasonal side, rice, Japanese pickles, and a small serving of soba noodles.

    一向一揆の鳥越城址を訪れた後の昼食で伺いました。店構えから美味しそうで期待を裏切りませんでした。一揆そば御膳を頼みましたがよもぎ餅の天ぷらがのっていて美味しかったです。自家製プリンとコーヒーもついていてお得でした。また、近くに寄ったときは訪れたいです。

  • Yume Ichirinkan
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    4.5
    4 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Housugunnotochou Toume 28-1
    "A dedicated soba noodle restaurant situated amidst the mountains of Noto. Operating out of an old fashioned Japanese home from Suzu relocated to this location, the restaurant has a distinctive atmosphere. The restaurant's noodles are made with rare Shinshu Togakushi buckwheat, while the broth is made with flying fish grilled at the restaurant over a charcoal fire. Here you can enjoy flavorful soba noodles made with love and care from beginning to end. The restaurant also actively incorporates local ingredients. The toppings of the restaurant's unique and renowned Noto-don rice bowl are served in a separate, heated bowl, allowing the customer to choose how long to cook them. One little-known yet popular menu item is the ""field cheese"" -smoked kata-dofu hard tofu."

    こちらのそば屋は、道の駅「桜峠」から車で1分程度の場所にある蕎麦屋さんです。 通り沿いに看板を目印に脇道を入ったところにあるのですが、こんなところにそば屋があるのかなと思います。蕎麦を食べるために訪問したのですが、こちらのお店は、能登牛丼もお薦めみたいです。

  • Soba-dokoro Kuki
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    4.5
    3 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Nanao-shi Nakajimamachi Omaki Ra Department 69 Ko
    A restaurant where you can enjoy delicious soba noodles surrounded by the abundant natural beauty of the Noto Peninsula. Since it opened in 2003, the restaurant has won itself many fans. The restaurant serves noodles made by hand using flour carefully ground from high quality, Horokanai-grown buckwheat in order to preserve its flavor. In addition to soba noodles, the restaurant also offers combo meals, seasonal dishes, a la carte dishes, and course meals (advance reservation required).

    5年前に来店して以来通い続けているお店です。こちらでいつもいただくのはかけそばですが、冬の時期限定の牡蠣そばは特におすすめします。大振りのプリプリな牡蠣の身に、牡蠣のエキスが溶け込んだ上品で味わい深いかけダシ、そばの喉ごし、添えられたゆずの皮の香りが渾然一体となった一品です。クリーミーなそば豆腐もおまけで付きます

  • Torigoe Soba Aitaki
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    5.0
    2 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Aitakimachi Ha 32
    This kominka (old house) soba-shop lets you enjoy excellent torigoe soba beside an open fire. They use coarse-ground Torigoe-grown soba flour in handmade soba noodles filled with toothsome texture and aroma. They also have popular desserts like soba flower pudding, soy sauce pudding, and sake pudding. They also offer reservation-only soba making activities.

    こちら「とりごえ蕎麦 相滝」は、白山市にある人気のお蕎麦屋さんです。鳥越の民家の中にあります。その中でも一層、昔懐かしいたたずまいが心もホッコリします。こちらへ伺うと「とりごえ蕎麦御膳」をいただいています。

  • Niwaka Kobo
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    4.0
    1 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Mitsuyanomachi To 3-7
    An agricultural activity center where you can try making soba noodles by hand. The community-oriented center has a market selling seasonal, locally harvested agricultural products, and also makes and sells foods using local ingredients, and visitors can purchase old-fashioned mochi rice cake, tsukemono Japanese pickles, soba noodles, vegetables, and more. The center’s fun soba noodle making class takes around one hour. Advance reservation required.

    ドライブのついでに立ち寄りました。打ち立てのお蕎麦が食べられます。セットを頼みましたが素朴なおかずもとても美味しく、蕎麦湯も美味しくいただきました。 蕎麦打ち体験もできるそうです。 また建物内で近所の農家の皆さんが育てている採れたて野菜も販売していました。

  • Soba-dokoro Myoga-an
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    Ishikawa Hakui-shi Mikoharamachi To 32
    This soba shop is located about 15 minutes' drive from Hakui city center on Hakui Bypass, and stands out for its kominka (old house) appearance. The raised tatami-mat seating area has a fire pit for an old fashioned atmosphere, perfect for enjoying the shop's pride: their handmade soba noodles. They use only Fukui-grown soba flower for aromatic noodles, which are cut fine, and have the pleasing texture of inner husks left in the dough. Their oroshi soba, with grated daikon, in which the spiciness of the radish builds after eating, is considered to be highly addictive. Be warned! The noodles are matched perfectly with their special house-made skipjack dashi stock, which is smooth and drinkable, and fills the palate with rich aroma.
  • Membo Marumiza
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Kaga-shi Yamashironsen Dori 7
    This restaurant is almost in the center of Yamashiro Onsen town, which has a history going back 1,300 years. The shop is marked by its red noren curtain marked with three circles, and serves a various menu centered on noodle dishes. Their famous udon noodle stands out for its smooth texture and has a classy taste. Their flagship dish is filling Stamina Udon, topped with shrimp tempura, fried mochi, and eggs. Their refreshing dashi stock recipe goes back 70 years, and is a legendary flavor that has been passed down to the current, third generation owner. We recommend stopping by in the evening for fresh seafood with Kaga's local sake in their tatami room.
  • Soba Chikurinsha Tohenboku
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Hakusan-shi Torigoe Wakabaramachi Ko 100-1
    This soba shop offers aromatic country-style soba. They use three stone mills to grind their own flour and hand-make three different style of soba noodles. Their menu includes Tokujo Soba (thin noodles), Kobiki Soba (extra coarse flour/medium noodles), and Umakata Soba (extra coarse flour/extra thick noodles only). They also offer soba-making instruction.
  • So-Bar Oto-yu
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Higashiyama 1-15-5
    This store operates as a soba restaurant during the day, and as a bar at night. It is located in a side street of the Higashi Chaya District, in Higashiyama, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture. The restaurant is inside a renovated spacious building with a high ceiling that was previously a public bathhouse. It has a mature atmosphere, with muted Jazz music flowing through the peacefully quiet building. The restaurant’s specialty is an aromatic cold soba which goes well with sake. The Shirayuki Torotoro dessert, topped with- fluffy meringue is also popular.
  • Yabu Shinbashi Branch
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Wajimashi Kawaimachi 24-11-48
    A restaurant located in Kawai Town, Wajima City, Ishikawa Prefecture which primarily serves soba noodles, udon noodles, rice bowls, and other Japanese dishes. The stately white walled building roofed with black tiles is quite large and the restaurant can seat up to 120 customers. In addition to casual dishes like zaru-soba noodles with tempura and rice bowls topped with scrambled eggs and tempura, the restaurant also serves popular seafood rice bowls piled high with fresh Noto seafood. The restaurant has a large tatami mat seating area as well as quiet private dining rooms, making it perfect for any dining outing.
  • Kisoba Enju
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    Ishikawa Pref. Nanaoshi Notojimakoudamachi 118-25
    "Enju is a noodle shop located on an island off the Noto Peninsula. It is housed in a remodeled old-style farmhouse of Taisho period (1912-1926), and the walls blackened with soot tell of its long history. The soba served at this restaurant is pure soba, made only of buckwheat flour and water. Four varieties of buckwheat are ground to make three kinds of soba: Sarashina (thin, pale noodles), Hikigurumi(with ground walnuts), and Inaka (with coarsely ground buckwheatflour). Diners can order whichever variety they like, and even ""soba flights,"" which include all three varieties to taste and compare. There are seasonal varieties of soba, too, which have seasonal ingredients mixed into the buckwheat flour."
  • Hakusan Soba Kanazawa Hyakubangai
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    3.5
    69 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Kanazawa-shi Ki No Shinbomachi 1-1

    Tasty fast food inside the kanazawa station. Plenty to choose from before you head out to see the city!

  • Teuchi Soba Sarashina Fujii
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    4.0
    14 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Kanazawa-shi Kakinokibatake 3-3

    Our hotel (Trusty Hotel in Korinobu) recommended this place and we were thrilled with their suggestion. Sarashina Fujii is small and a bit hard to find but definitely worth the visit. The specialty...

  • 100mangoku Omichohonten
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    4.0
    11 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    23, Shimoomicho, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa, 920-0904

    金沢の近江町市場のメインから左に逸れたところにある老舗うどん屋さん。 京風の上品な出汁が効いており優しい味のうどんです。 一鍋ずつを丁寧に作りながらいなりうどんは500円と良心的なお店です。

  • Mendonya
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    4.0
    15 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Aokusamachi 88

    We wanted a meal tonight above the market just because it is a characterful place, even if not very sophisticated. We were a bit over the usual restaurants and their identical sashimi/sushi menus...

  • sushitomen umaimon hyakubangai
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    3.5
    12 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Pref. Kanazawashi Kinoshimbomachi 1-1 Kanazawa hundred Avenue

    金沢駅にあり、非常にアクセスの良い和食屋さんでした。満腹セットをいただきましたが、ボリューミーでおいしかったです。人も少なくのどかでした。

  • Ichifuku
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    4.0
    9 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    1-6, Otemachi, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa, 920-0912

    Awesome udon and soba for our lunch. One must try the pork cutlet curry udon. Fantastic curry. Really leaves up to its many, long years in business.

  • Soba Mura Taya
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    4.0
    18 Reviews
    Gourmet / Alcohol
    Ishikawa Kanazawa-shi Moroemachi Kamicho 307-15

    久しぶりに来店しました、ここは手打ちそば味はいいのにサイドメニューが相対的にそばに劣るせっかくそばいいのに残念です。

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Long, thin Ishikawa prefecture runs along the Sea of Japan up into Noto Peninsula. Highlights of the seaside towns lining the west coast include Kanazawa, often described as a "Little Kyoto" thanks to its old wooden tea houses and geisha culture as well as its picturesque Japanese garden, Kenroku-en.

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