{  Sarashin  }


Jiyugaoka is known for their cute shops and cafes but if you want something more traditional I suggest you try Sarashin, a soba/udon restaurant that has been around for ages. The “nabeyaki udon” (1700yen) that came in a hot pot was perfect on a cold day. I’ve also tried the “Kaiware Ume Soba” (1100yen) that is served cold and it was pretty good but perhaps not enough food if you’re hungry. The restaurant has traditional tatami seating or table seating so it’s up to your preference.

Address // 1-29-4, Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, Japan (map)
Phone Number // 03-3717-1097
Website // n/a


2 comments on “Sarashin

  1. gawwwwd- i love nabeyaki udon! one of my absolute favorites!

    Jules on
    • You would really like this one!

      maki on

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