Either supremely confident, or savvy enough to sense the value of provocative advertising, a self-described “World’s Best Ramen House” opened on Stephanie Street in Henderson.
Joining the growing influx of pan-Asian restaurants in the region, Enza Ramen has settled into its fixed hours and menu, replacing 100 Degree Hot Pot, Ramen & Boba in a corner space at the Wigwam Center, close to the intersection of Stephanie Street and Wigwam Parkway, and next door to Poke Poku Hawaiian Poke Bar.
The casual full-service restaurant features a value priced menu with appetizers such as chicken karaage, calamari tempura, takoyaki, and wasabi cream shrimp, all priced at less than $5.
Donburi, a Japanese rice bowl, options include bulgogi, chashu, and chicken katsu and the restaurant specialties are headlined by its namesake ramen dish, created with tonkotsu broth, sesame miso, pork back rib, and a soft boiled egg, also available as a seafood variation.
Other ramen dishes can be prepared with four rising levels of heat, plus cold noodles, vegetables, or shoyu, miso, and tonkotsu ingredients.
Enza Ramen, 116 N. Stephanie St., #110, Henderson, 702-331-0099. Open daily from 11 a.m to 11 p.m.
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