Ramen coming to Sylvan Thirty

Ramen by chef Justin Holt

Ramen by chef Justin Holt

Teiichi Sakurai, owner of Tei An and Tei Tei Robata Bar, has scrapped the idea for a fish market at Sylvan Thirty and instead is producing a ramen shop.

The 750-square-foot restaurant will be named Ten and have only about 13 seats. A bowl of ramen will cost about $10.

Chef Justin Holt of Driftwood was the first to bring the ramen trend to Oak Cliff, with late-night pop-up shops at Ten Bells Tavern, and he sometimes runs it as a special. Sakurai’s Ten will be the first noodle shop in our neighborhood.

By |2013-12-02T13:05:18-05:00December 2nd, 2013|Development, Dining, News, Restaurants|3 Comments

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3 Comments

  1. […] shop. What we do have is chef Justin Holt’s occasional pop-up ramen dinners. Plus, chef Teiichi Sakurai of Tei An is planning a ramen shop at Sylvan […]

  2. […] Sakurai, owner of Tei An and Tei Tei Robata Bar, has scrapped the idea for a fish market at Sylvan Thirty and instead is producing a ramen shop at Sylvan Thirty. God love […]

  3. wendi December 3, 2013 at 2:14 PM

    yippee! finally something different and not snooty.

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