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Soba at Cocoron | 39 Delicious New York City Foods That Deserve More Hype

39 Delicious New York City Foods That Deserve More Hype

Soba at Cocoron | 39 Delicious New York City Foods That Deserve More Hype

NYC's Best Cheap Eats ($10 Or Less!) #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/cheap-eats-nyc#slide9  Cocoron Soba Impeccably fresh, deeply nutty soba is the name of the game at these diminutive Japanese noodle shops. The stamina soba ($10) is true to its name — a sustaining warm, bonito-based broth rich with sliced pork and chicken meatballs. Don't sleep on the silky tofu ($5), either — it's made in-house daily.Cocoron Soba, 61 Delancey Street (at Allen Street), #1; 212 925-5220.

When It Comes To Cheap Eats, NYC Is King

NYC's Best Cheap Eats ($10 Or Less!) #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/cheap-eats-nyc#slide9 Cocoron Soba Impeccably fresh, deeply nutty soba is the name of the game at these diminutive Japanese noodle shops. The stamina soba ($10) is true to its name — a sustaining warm, bonito-based broth rich with sliced pork and chicken meatballs. Don't sleep on the silky tofu ($5), either — it's made in-house daily.Cocoron Soba, 61 Delancey Street (at Allen Street), #1; 212 925-5220.

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