Soba noodles are noodles made from buckwheat flour, and surprisingly have no actual wheat in them. This makes soba noodles safe for a gluten-free diet or those who are gluten sensitive. Soba noodles are also considered healthy pasta as they are less in calories than traditional white pasta. Because buckwheat contains antioxidants, a large amount of fiber, vitamins, minerals and more, soba noodles are a usual choice for those on a macrobiotic diet or those who are trying to watch their weight. Commonly used in Japanese fare, soba noodles can be served hot or cold, depending upon the dish. Examples include cold soba noodles, mixed with a homemade soba sauce, sautéed soba noodles mixed with a protein like fish or beef, and even soba noodles in ramen instead of udon noodles. Here, 11 best places to try the flavorful and healthy soba noodles.Read More
Dig Into These Great Soba Noodles in Las Vegas
11 great places to find Japanese soba noodles in Las Vegas
Chabuya has a variety of choices for both cold and hot noodle dishes where guests can select soba noodles. For a hot dish, choose the Gyu Niku, thinly sliced beef rib-eye and egg with soba noodles, and for the cold dish, try the Age Nasu, soba noodles with eggplant with grated daikon radish.
This Asian fusion establishment dishes up the crowd-pleasing Zaru Soba, cold soba noodles with fresh soba sauce. Pair it with one of Kushiyaki’s specialties, the bone marrow dish, a tasty display of roasted beef bone with truffle red miso, shaved bonito, fried herbs and milk toast.