Since 2013, Monta Chaya on Eastern Avenue in southeast Las Vegas endured a shutter, a revival, and a move to the Silverado Center, but after surviving the pandemic, the restaurant has announced “it’s sad to say that we are temporary closed until further notice.”
Unable to predict a return date, but affirming “we will come back to serve you again,” Monta Chaya was open daily from noon to 8 p.m and served a Kurume-style tonkotsu ramen menu, plus Japanese tapas dishes including steamed chashu pork buns and karaage chicken.
Monta Chaya is part of the highly successful Mon Restaurant Group that also operates Kabuto Edomae Sushi and Monta Ramen on Spring Mountain Road.
The company recently filed paperwork under the name Ramen Kobo for another new restaurant, this time headed to Blue Diamond Road. Located at the corner with Decatur Boulevard, the project makeover will be overseen by WG Constructors, whose most recent work includes Saffron, The Vegetarian Eatery and Silverado Ranch’s Shang Artisan Noodle.
Mon does not has an estimated debut date or hint of the new menu.
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