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Soba

412-362-5656  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 5847 Ellsworth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15232
CUISINE: Small Plates, Asian Fusion, Farm to Table
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly
DESCRIPTION

Both homey and hip, Soba serves top-notch Asian fusion cuisine in an ultramodern, three-story restored Victorian structure in the Shadyside neighborhood. The separate dining areas are as tranquil - water trickling down a black tile wall, another wall made of smooth black stones - as the bar area is hopping. Soba offers a diverse, eclectic and ever-changing menu of seafood, steak and more, featuring both small and large plates and bowls such as braised beef short ribs with potatoes and leeks. Small plates can include tuna tartare and calamari. More traditional large plates can include seared tuna, filet mignon and pad thai.

"Especially good are the varying mussel preparations (Blue Bay, with Thai sausage, crispy soba noodles and aïoli); and tandoori-grilled salmon with lentils, green beans, fennel orange salad, coriander yogurt and orange oil. Vegetarians thrive here, with five or more items on every menu."
- Gayot
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Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

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Rating: 4.7
DESCRIPTION

Both homey and hip, Soba serves top-notch Asian fusion cuisine in an ultramodern, three-story restored Victorian structure in the Shadyside neighborhood. The separate dining areas are as tranquil - water trickling down a black tile wall, another wall made of smooth black stones - as the bar area is hopping. Soba offers a diverse, eclectic and ever-changing menu of seafood, steak and more, featuring both small and large plates and bowls such as braised beef short ribs with potatoes and leeks. Small plates can include tuna tartare and calamari. More traditional large plates can include seared tuna, filet mignon and pad thai.

 
"Especially good are the varying mussel preparations (Blue Bay, with Thai sausage, crispy soba noodles and aïoli); and tandoori-grilled salmon with lentils, green beans, fennel orange salad, coriander yogurt and orange oil. Vegetarians thrive here, with five or more items on every menu."
- Gayot
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Full bar. Serving dinner nightly.

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