Chef Jet Tila returns to Las Vegas with a trio of fast-casual restaurants built around a menu that encourages the customer to customize each pan-Asian noodle dish.
Dragon Tiger Noodle Co. was previously confirmed for the Southern Highlands Marketplace at the intersection with Somerset Hills Avenue and a Henderson store at the intersection of St. Rose Parkway and Amigo Street, where it will be joined by Dragon Tiger backer Eric Persson’s own Potbelly Sandwich Shop franchise.
Also on the way, another under construction space, moving into Spring Valley’s Rainbow Commons retail center and a new neighbor to San Diego’s Greek Chicken and the first Nevada expansion for the California Fish Grill.
Still to formally announce the three locations, Dragon Tiger Noodle Co. started sharing part of its build-your-own-menu.
Diners have four different broth options including beef pho, vegan umami, and Chinese chicken, followed by ramen, udon, rice noodles, and gluten-free noodles choices. Protein choices include braised pork belly, grilled chicken, beef brisket, tofu, and a soft cooked egg. Diners can add bok choy, bean sprouts, and nori seaweed along with toppings, sauces, and extra hoisin, chicharron, or braised pork.
An estimated debut date for any of the three sites has not been revealed.
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