A rush of casual-dining experiences are headed to Town Square with familiar local names joining new, out-of-state restaurants.
Revealed back in January, Master Kim’s Korean BBQ is now predicting a mid-October debut for its second automated dining restaurant, moving into The Landing retail and dining center located close to Las Vegas Boulevard and already home to Cafe Rio Mexican Grill and The Broken Yolk Café.
From the parent company behind Chinatown’s Sapporo Revolving Sushi, Master Kim’s has been a Spring Valley hit since 2018, featuring all-you-can-eat deals, plus an à la carte menu, with ingredients arriving at diner’s tables via a robotic cart.
Yet to be announced, next door will be the future home of “casual and fresh Indian grub“ served by the Tikka Shack, a Lubbock, Texas-based franchise that encourages diners to choose their own proteins and breads to build a personalized curry dish.
Inside The Landing’s other main building, locals Bok Bok Chicken are promising their sixth Las Vegas outpost is coming soon, two doors down from another newcomer, Chop Stop. Imported from Southern California and also waiting to share its move to the region, the rapidly growing brand’s menu includes customizable salads, and warm “Chopurritos” prepared over rice and beans.
Still to come within the main Town Square hub, the long-delayed debut of Mora Iced Creamery and the first expansion for Chinatown's Pho Kim Long taking over the 4,078-square-foot, former I Love Burgers space.
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