Three dining options are headed to the Lotus apartment complex on Spring Mountain Road and the first to arrive is “almost ready” to debut its omakase and sushi menu.
Construction is close to completion on the 3,295-square-foot, ground-floor Kame restaurant from chef Eric Kim. While yet to be confirmed, it is now expected Kim will close his highly acclaimed, but much smaller Kame Omakase in Summerlin as part of the move.
Tagging recent progress pictures, Kame hints the future menu will continue its inventive, multi-course, chef’s choice omakase meals, plus the addition of shabu-shabu hot pots, simmered sukiyaki, and a kaiseki set menu option, alongside the famed sushi selections.
Next door, hit California taqueria The Taco Stand will fill 1,778 square feet, with a counter-service lunch and dinner menu of Tijuana–style street food, including tacos, burritos, handmade corn tortillas, and made from scratch guacamole and salsas.
In the early days of construction, The Taco Stand has recently updated its progress from “coming soon,” to announcing a launch this “spring.”
Remaining tenant Food & Fare has yet to reveal its projected opening status.
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