Nadai Fujisoba

G/F North Parking, SM Mall of Asia, JW Diokno Blvd., Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila

Nadai Fujisoba
4.0
4.0 Stars

13 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 7
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 13 Reviews
  • 5 Recommend
  • 13 Reviewers
Category:
Japanese
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Kevin R.
4.0 Stars
3

I greatly enjoyed the Karaage Soba (P280) grom Nadai Fujisoba, with its crispy fried chicken balls floating in a bowl of hot broth, soba noodles, leeks, and wakame seaweed. The hot broth is mild and the noodles are firm, with the chicken, leeks, and seaweed blending together for a satisfying and filling meal.

What surprised me is also how good the Hiyashi Tanuki Soba (P230) tasted. It is made of soba noodles, wakame seaweed, leeks, and crispy tempura bits covered in tsuyu sauce and with a clump of wasabi on the side. The meal is tasty and the wasabi offers a spicy kick to the mild saltiness of the tsuyu sauce.

I can now understand why cold noodles are normally eaten during the blazing Japanese summers, so this should be something Filipinos should also enjoy during the hot days.

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Archieval M.
3.0 Stars

Nothing special.

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Jennifer Mikka M.
4.0 Stars
3

Backlog :( di ko na maalala mga inorder namin hahahaha basta mas nagustuhan ko yung thick noodles (udon?) kesa sa manipis (soba?). It was a new experience for us na sanay sa malasang ramen. It was light but it was still flavorful. meat on our rice toppings was tasty and soft. Not chewy or "malitid" haha price was surprisingly affordable for a Japanese resto. Yung small rice topping is nasa 100 lang. The regular size was about 180. The noodles was around 230. Service was a-ok naman :)

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Brie K.
4.0 Stars
3

An interesting new place for a Japanese food lover like me. And I think I should start using 127775 to reference my rating.

AMBIANCE: The place is a bit small with a long chair, probably for waiting clients. The dining area can seat less than 30 people but I think there's also an extension after the welcome mark. The design of the place includes some funny drawings of a sumo wrestler and can read some writings in it as well.
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SERVICE: The first thing I always ask to the crew if it is a Japanese restaurant is where did it originated. The crew member said that it is from Japan but not sure from what city. So she opened the menu for me and showed that it was from Tokyo. Despite that initial conversation, I felt that the crew was quite attentive and knows how to carefully listen on what you order. I also like the fact that they do simple Japanese phrases such as "irrashaimase", "shitsurei shimasu" and "arigatou gozaimasu."

They also give you the names of what you order when they are serving so you will not get lost on which one it was. Well, probably did not got confused since I was only the one ordering.

I also commend Kelvin for being my server and being a sport to lend his hands for my photo. 127775127775127775127775

FOOD: This is the best part! I ordered a Curry Set (small) which comes with a Kake Udon and an ala carte of Potato Croquette.

The taste of curry is great, not so spicy but the flavor is there. Though there are no meat included, it is still perfect with a serving of rice. I really wanted to try the Kitsune Udon but it was not available. The taste of Kake Udon is really refreshing. The texture is just perfect, and that made me miss my udon adventures in Japan. For the croquette, the first impression is over-cooked. The outside is actually dark, not golden brown and seems like am eating oil. The inside is surprising, the potato seems to melt and its so different from the croquette I cook. But it was pleasant, it was flavorful. I would have give 5 but due to the oiliness, I say 3. 127775127775127775

The average is 3.6 so my verdict for Nadai Fujisoba is 127775127775127775127775

If you have time, come visit this place! And ow, try the touchscreen menu right in front of the shop! Let me know your thoughts in the comments section or PUSUAN niyo ako sa IG: iambkf.

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John S.
5.0 Stars

Busog. The tonkatsu was done right, the cuts were really thick. I can forgive them for the egg being dry, but overall it's well worth the price of 190.

The Ebi Tempura was good too, they're quite huge and will fill you up quickly.

Their udon ramen was alright, just the right level of saltiness, tama ba? Haha.

Will definitely return. 128076

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Allen M.
5.0 Stars
2

I stumbled upon this place while I was looking for a meal after my fieldwork. Nadai Fujisoba specializes in (of course) all things soba. They have different versions from hot, cold, and you also have an option to choose whether you want buckwheat soba or udon noodles. They also have rice meals. The menu is not very extenaive but they offer enough variety.

Soba is relatively less popular than ramen but it has its own character. I opted to get the potato croquette soba on my first visit. For me the major difference is in the soup. Ramen has this very rich texture while soba is more on the light side. However, the soup is still well-seasoned. It just has a more refreshing feel to it. Finished a whole bowl in a flash. 128513

Since I loved my first visit so much, I went back again a week after. This time I ordered a combo meal which had hot soba noodles (no toppings this time although you can opt to have one) and mini curry rice. Again, I was satisfied with the warm soup and "al dente" soba noodles. Another pleasant surprise is the curry rice. It made me a convert! Japanese curry is now part of my list of comfort food. They also served it with a pinkish purple pickles (I'm not sure what it is called) and it went so well with the curry. It cleanses your palate so you won't have that "umay" feeling when eating savory dishes.

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Elise C.
3.0 Stars
6

Had the gyudon donburi bowl (190php) and I'm quite disappointed. Maybe the tempura dishes are better?

The rice was good though. Too much onion, and beef lacked taste. I like watami's gyudon bowl better. It's much tastier. For 190, I think I'm gonna spend 20 pesos more nalang in french baker for the beef lasagna, I would be more satisfied.

As for the service, pwede na, although sad to say when I asked for a bowl to put my ginger in, they gave me a bowl that hasnt been wiped yet after washing. Theres still water.

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Emily S.
4.0 Stars

Reasonable prices, good food, and nice ambiance. Service charge is a little pricey though at 10%.

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Kristin A.
3.0 Stars
2

My colleague and I popped into this resto instead of THW for a change of pace, plus we wanted Japanese. I was kinda surprised that it was cheaper than I thought, most of the bowls are in the 200-300 range.

M ordered the tendon bowl, which she seemed to enjoy. I ordered the oyakodon, which I thought was a safe bet. But the chicken tasted different from what I expected and I was kinda disappointed. Probably better to go with kaysudon or gyudon, because the egg topping was cooked nicely.

We were seated at the back section, which I thought might be cooler compared to the front room though it didn't have a great view.

I might give this one another try and actually have a cold soba. But probably not the chicken one.

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Lani B.
4.0 Stars

Another Japanese eatery worth visiting again! Specializing in rice toppings and noodles, the food was good and reasonably priced. Uh, forgot to take pictures again... :)

Place is kinda small. Still, would recommend this place for fast and great Japanese food. :)

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Angel U.
5.0 Stars

Nadai Fujisoba

It's totally the place that i had been longed for for the long time..

i had been craving for Udon, the simple fragrant Udon with a perfect texture., i had been searching the place to let me reminisance the flavor that I had been tasted a year ago at Japan. And finally, i FOUND it here.

This udon texture, the broth, the beef, the eggs, everything just so perfectly cooked.

It's simple dish but it's not all place serve that as authentic as Japan Udon taste.

I ordered ebi tempura too, well actually i'm not really fan of it, down side about it, it's just too much battered & can tell that the prawn just actually small & can't taste the texture of the prawn, but overall, i still like it.. I guess because the pair of the tempura (the sauce with white radish and ginger of course) it's just perfectly done. So i'm still alright.

So overall, i'm really satisfied and for sure will come back to taste others food especially the Cold Soba...

See you on next review..

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars

I didn't think I'd like cold noodles this much. I ordered Nadai Fujisoba's Ebi Ten Mori Soba and it was good. I liked the texture of the noodles as well as the sauce which was not too salty. The tempura was nicely done. The batter was not too thick, it does not fall off from the shrimp, and it has that nice crisp as you take a bite.

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Jenn L.
4.0 Stars

Affordable Japanese meals, very tasty. Will go back to try other food on the menu.

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