A smaller rival to the wildly successful Shanghai Plaza, the 33,000-square-foot Golden Spring Plaza remains under construction on Spring Mountain Road and is updating its future roster of casual-dining restaurants hoping to debut early this year.
China-born Feng Cha has grown to more than 700 worldwide outlets since its creation in 2016 and its seventh U.S. location will import a contemporary tea house menu to Las Vegas, upgraded with “creative desserts” and house-made bread.
Yet to announce a potential opening date, Feng Cha’s menu features boba, milk, fruit, and cheese foam teas, plus milk foam cakes, including taro chocolate, Oreo cheese, and sea salt pearl dishes.
Also on the way to the plaza facing Hobak Korean BBQ and Gabi Coffee & Bakery across the street, the yet-to-be revealed Imperial Seafood Buffet, and Saigon Baguette, recently upgraded with its own sign.
A trio of previously confirmed casual restaurants are still in the works. Shigotonin’s Japanese-style tapas and sake bar is now described as a teppanyaki restaurant, Japan’s T-Swirl Crepe will be serving crispy, thin, sweet, or savory crepes prepared with a 100 percent gluten-free batter, and Pier 88 Boiling Seafood & Bar will offer a Louisiana-style Cajun seafood menu.
Actively searching for tenants to fill its remaining spaces, early paperwork included Sushi Street as a future restaurant, but is now missing from current listings.
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