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Soba

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Soba Review

This chic restaurant has three dining levels. The main bar is on the first floor, there's a small dining area on the mezzanine, and glass sculptures adorn the two dining rooms on level three. The top floor also has a small bar and an enclosed deck. The pan-Asian menu includes sushi, tuna tartare, and seaweed salad appetizers. Entrees include seared rare tuna with ginger fried rice and kimchi, and filet mignon with chili-garlic mashed potatoes.

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  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No lunch.

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    I have been here twice, and have enjoyed it every time. The menu changes daily and has a variety from tapas to soups, salads to entees and bowls. I like to get two different tapas, which quite filling and cheaper than ordering an entree. The desserts are a must, the selections are not the typical items that you find on every other restaurants' dessert menus, such as chocolate cake, cheesecake, and creme brulee. Soba puts a different spin on these typical items, instead they have cabernet molten chocolate cake, pumpkin creme brulee, ginger cake, and their own version of the banana split with spicy chocolate, ginger, and orange ice cream. Every time I am there it was about $30 for my entire meal, which is well worth it. Try to go when it just opens at 5 pm because it can get very crowded later on.

    by BastetTheIdol, 10/22/07

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