This Japanese-style noodle bar is a first for Belfast and a great venue for a night out with your friends. Sleek decor and stylish unisex toilets ... More
This Japanese-style noodle bar is a first for Belfast and a great venue for a night out with your friends. Sleek decor and stylish unisex toilets demand your admiration while long benches urge sociability with fellow diners. The menu is drawn from all over South East Asia: curries from Malaysia, Burma and Thailand complement this restaurant's staple orientation - the Japanese noodle experience. Soba (buckwheat), Udon (rice, thick), and Ramen (wheat, thin), are the three species of noodle served, in a variety of delicious meats, vegetables and sauces, while Udon and egg noodles can also be served as sides. (The rice is sticky deliberately - it's not the chef's fault!) Ba Soba is fully licensed and serves a variety of raw juices, Asian beers and teas.
If you go along to ba sobu with no expectations you will be happy with the average levels of service, food quality, and ambience it has to offer. I had personally expected an authentic (or close to) sobu restaurant. Sobu is a traditional fresh japanese noodle, like no other. I was obviously surprised to look at the menu and discover, chinese and thai food, with no choice of noodle other than the side order (which I ordered optimistically) that was like those at the chinese takeaway.
The decor is mixed between canteen and cool oriental, while to loos have most definately seen better days. Disappointing.
As someone who lives in Belfast we were looking for somewhere diffrent came accross this in a restraunt guide.The food was very tasty the atmoshere was busy but not to noisy.The service was fast and friendly and the meal was eccellent Value.
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