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Hallelujah, Ramen is Coming to Lowest Greenville

Wabi House hopes to open in May.

Wabi House

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Very promising news for ramen lovers: A spot specializing in the Japanese noodle soup will soon join the restaurant brigade on Lowest Greenville Avenue.

Wabi House will feature "four to five ramen options" and late-night hoursreports CultureMap's Teresa Gubbins, plus other izakaya-style small plates. The new concept is a joint project "from Dien 'Chef D' Nguyen, head chef at Texas-wide sushi chain Piranha Killer Sushi, and Piranha owner and chef Kenzo Tran, who also owns Pho District in Fort Worth." Wabi House will occupy the space next to Dallas Beer Kitchen right at the corner of Greenville and Lewis; Gubbins says they hope to open in May.

In other noodle news, the wait continues for Tei-An owner Teiichi Sakurai's upcoming ramen shop at Sylvan Thirty, Ten. In the meantime, impatient ramen fans can find a very worthy version at Trinity Groves newcomer Sushi Bayashi, where well-executed bowls of both tonkotsu and miso-style can be had for just $10 each.

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