The fish and noodles here have just enough broth to swim in, but not so much that you'd call this a soup. The recipe is inspired by Japanese soba-noodle dishes, so if buckwheat soba noodles are available in your area, use them instead.Plus: More Soup Recipes and Tips
The sherry, soy sauce, and ginger in the broth would also complement meaty tuna steaks. Try them instead of the salmon.
A full-bodied but acidic white wine will be well-suited to the deep, earthy flavors of the whole-wheat noodles, salmon, and mushrooms. Tokay Pinot Gris from the Alsace in France or Sémillon from Washington State are both good examples.