Disappointing news for ramen fanatics: Teiichi Sakurai's hotly anticipated Ten at Sylvan Thirty won't open September 27 as previously thought, but instead will be delayed until January 2015. CraveDFW reported the delay yesterday and a PR rep for Sylvan Thirty confirms the bad news, noting that construction on the building — which burnt down back in March — has taken longer than expected.
Sakurai's new ramen venture will expand on the much-loved bowls of tonkotsu served at his One Arts staple, Tei-An. As previously reported by SideDish, Ten will only have 13 seats, with a price point said to hover around $10 a bowl. In the meantime, progress at the Sylvan Thirty development is coming right along; grocery tenant Cox Farms Market opened back in April, and an Italian market/cafe from chef Daniele Puleo called Bottega Italia is scheduled to debut in December. Sylvan Thirty will host a grand opening celebration on September 27.