Cocoron is a small Japanese restaurant on the Lower East Side that serves up authentic soup, vegetables and traditional Japanese curry with soba noodles. Amongst all of their popular dishes, the cold-dipped soba noodles are a particular standout, especially in a New York City Summer. In this video from Eater, watch as host Lucas Peterson heads over to Cocoron to check it out.
This latest episode of Dining on a Dime brings Lucas Peterson to Cocoron in the Lower East Side of Manhattan to indulge in one of his favorite pastimes: Eating noodles. Fans of the show know that Peterson is a dedicated carbohydrate fanatic, and he finds Shangri-La at this Japanese restaurant that specializes in Japanese soba, or buckwheat noodles than can be served with various soups and sauces, either hot or cold.
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