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Ramen
Average cost
Lunch: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
Dinner: ¥1,000 - ¥1,999
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Pescetarian
Regardless of the season, a bowl of Chinese-style noodles is always a great answer to the daily question of what to eat.

Restaurant Details

A sleepy neighborhood in Setagaya is home to an acclaimed ramen shop that brings crowds from all over Tokyo. Located near Chitose-Funabashi Station, Chuka Soba Nishikawa has made a fair reputation for themselves, so much so that lines can become crazy-long on public holidays! Even though it's been open for just a couple of years, the word of their marvelous soba has spread like wildfire. The head chef of Chuka Soba Nishikawa's kitchen has a strategic system in place for his noodle preparation that preserves the rich flavors of the dried fish in the broth. On top of single-boiling the sardines overnight, extracts from other vegetables and fruits like onions and apples play huge roles in the lingering flavors of the soup as well. On the off chance that you find yourself in the vicinity of Chuka Soba Nishikawa during summer, snag the chance to try their summer-only dish, the olive iriko cold soba. Beat the heat in the most delicious way possible with these cold and refreshing noodles.
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Nishikawa Phone Number

090-9152-9673

Nishikawa Business Days

Sunday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM
03:00 PM

Nishikawa Address

2-15-10 Kinuta, Setagaya City, Tokyo, 157-0073, Japan

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