On a return trip to Myrtle Beach, my husband and I went back to SoBaya for lunch and were so pleased that it was all that we expected. We both had the yakisoba with seafood, and were very pleased. The vegetables were perfectly cooked, and there was an abundance of seafood of various types, also cooked to perfection. Steamy hot on a winter's day and delicious. The intimacy of the bistro is enhanced by the friendliness and attentiveness of the waitress/hostess. We watched her patiently describe various dishes to new diners, who also seemed to be pleased with their meal. it's a great buy and interesting change from the usual beach seafood. Worth finding it off a little street of buildings that look like townhouses.
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