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Ramen Replaces Sushi Burritos in the Southwest

Restaurateur Go Hoashi plans to debut a new concept

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As one dining craze declines, another rises in the southwest with a new ramen concept replacing sushi burritos at the Rainbow Village Shopping Center.

Go Hoashi will debut Ramen Show inside the 916-square-foot, former home of Ted’s Sushi Burritos, close the the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Robindale Road.

The compact space will only include enough room for 25 diners, who can choose between table seating or take one of the eight individual stools at the counter.

Beyond ramen noodles and beer and wine from the bar, the restaurant has yet to announce a full menu, or expected opening date.

This will mark the first expansion away from Chinatown’s Spring Mountain Road for the restaurateur, who already operates Izakaya Go, recent arrival Takopa, specialists in Japanese street food and Pokeman, still serving its own spin on the sushi burrito since 2016.

Tadashi Igarashi also launched Ted’s Sushi Burrito in 2016, a short distance from his own Zen Curry Express outpost. The retail center is already home to Jenni Pho, Oyshi Sushi, and recent arrival Lucki Thai.

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Ted's Sushi Burrito

7835 S. Rainbow Blvd #7, Las Vegas, NV 89139 (702) 685-6016 Visit Website

Takopa

4215 West Spring Mountain Road, , NV 89102 (562) 544-5570 Visit Website

Jenni Pho

7855 S Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89139 (702) 269-0348

Izakaya Go

3775 Spring Mountain Road, , NV 89102 (702) 247-1183 Visit Website

Pokeman

3735 Spring Mountain Road, , NV 89102 (702) 550-6466 Visit Website

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