Low Calorie Noodles "Abura Soba" at TOKYO ABURAGUMI SOUHONTEN in Akasaka

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posted on January 6, 2016

Their abura soba is not only healthier than ramen but also delicious.

Abura soba is noodles with no soup. TOKYO ABURAGUMI puts special sauce, then noodles and toppings. They provide instructions after you get the noodles to add vinegar, chili oil, chili sauce, and crushed onions all together. The calorie of abura soba is 2/3 and amount of salt is half of ramen. Abura soba is healthy, and it tastes as good as ramen!!
Abura Soba

Abura Soba (720 yen) with Topping A - an egg and green onion - (180 yen). You can choose size of noodles; regular (160g), large (240g) and extra-large (320g) for 720 yen.

Free Sauces and Minced Onions

You can create your own flavor with sauces and spice.

Opening Hours:
Mon-Sat: 11am-5am
Sun: 11am-10pm

Lunch Dinner Address
¥720~ ¥720~ 3-10-20 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Map
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