102 Suffolk Street (between Delancey & Rivington)
New York, NY 10002
SOY is a cute little cozy comfy lovely charming Japanese home cooking
cafe located at 102 Suffolk Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
We are right off Delancey Street near Williamsburg Bridge.
How I became the neighborhood SOY mom
by Chef/Owner Etsuko Kizawa
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions:
"Yes, it's real meat."
Soy is not a vegetarian restaurant. Although we serve many vegetarian
dishes, we also have choices with meat and fish. In Japan, we cook soy
products just like another vegetable. Soy as meat substitute for vegetarian
is an American concept. Soy is wonderful food for everyone. We would like
to bring soy to everyone's table, because it's healthy and delicious.
"No, we do not have sushi."
Soy is a Japanese home cooking restaurant. We serve authentic traditional
dishes such as Niku Jaga and Gomoku-mame, or not so traditional popular
favorites like Curry Rice and Potato Croquettes. Sushi is actually not
a typical Japanese cuisine in Japan, especially in home cooking.
"Some are traditional, some are my mom's
recipes, and many are my own creations."
Soy's owner/chef Etsuko Kizawa is a filmmaker, designer, marathon
runner, among other little endeavors. She brings in authenticity and creativity
to the SOY's innovative menu.
"Everything is absolutely delicious"