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.