Absolutely delicious and portioned sized. They served a single serving of rice--not a plate of rice--an abundance of succulent vegetables and meat. Will eat here again.
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My SO is Japanese and she found the food so-so - not authentic in her opinion. I was OK with my meal, however. My SO had Udon and I had a bento box. The restaurant is small, clean and the service was fine.
I'm Japanese, I expect more from Japanese restaurants. It was ok, I ate Ramen, and I enjoyed it, but still not the same. Plus I don't like every Japanese restaurants owned by Korean or Chinese. It's just not the same. So it was just ok.
We visit Sobaya every summer when we go to Myrtle Beach. It is a very small restaurant so it is better if you make reservations. This year we had six adults, one child, and one baby. Everyone had a good meal!
I have been wanting to dine at Sobaya for a while. After doing some research on the Internet I had lunch there this afternoon. It is a small family owned cafe in St. James Square in Myrtle Beach, SC. Everything is prepared to order and...More
Always get a great meal here! Service is good, dining in the restaurant is small with great food. I would recommend if your in the area. May have to wait for a seat or eat outside. Usually able to get seated quickly.
I had dinner with my family there last week. The food is delicious and we were all happy. My husband and I took the noodle bowls and we had stir fried noodles for the kids. All dishes were great, freshly made and absolutely a delight....More
I was not expecting to eat Ramen on my visit to Myrtle Beach. In fact, I mistakenly thought this was going to be a sushi place. In fact, based on the quality of Ramen restaurants in the U.S., I was tempted to order something else...More