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Ramen Show Debuts Japanese Craft Noodles in the Southwest

Bluefin tuna ramen, pork belly, and handmade noodles make the menu

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Go Hoashi, the name behind Izakaya Go, Takopa’s Japanese street food, and the sushi burritos at Pokeman, has for the first time expanded beyond his Chinatown base and launched a new handmade noodle menu in southwest.

Ramen Show replaced the compact, 916-square-foot, former home of Ted’s Sushi Burritos, close to the intersection of Rainbow Boulevard and Robindale Road at the Rainbow Village Shopping Center.

Featuring a minimalist interior design and promising “the finest ingredients mainly from Japan and throughout the world,” diners can order a collection of ramen dishes priced between $11 and $14, including protein choices such as Spanish bluefin tuna, pork belly, pork shoulder, chicken breast, and an all vegan option.

Appetizers of gyoza, Japanese fried chicken, kimchee, and pork belly can also be upgraded with a series of rice dishes, including kimchi, shrimp fried rice, or a “marinated bluefin bowl.”

Ramen Show, 7835 S. Rainbow Blvd., #7, 702-462-6723. Open Monday to Saturday from 11.30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 5:30 to 11 p.m. Closed on Sundays.

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7835 South Rainbow Boulevard, , NV 89139 (702) 462-6723 Visit Website

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