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Bacon Ramen Will Soon Be Available In Plano

There’s also a vegan option if that’s your thing

Classic ramen & updated takes will be on offer.
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Noodles may very well be Plano’s hottest dining trend. This fall, DFW’s first dedicated udon bar will open in the ‘burb, and now a new ramen concept will add even more noodles to Plano’s rapidly growing restaurant scene.

CultureMap reports that Yatai Ramen Izakaya will open this week at 2001 Coit Road. The space was formerly home to a juice bar, but now it will be home to a massive menu of tempura, fried rice, and yakitori skewers in addition to a dizzying array of ramen options.

14 different takes on the dish will be available, including the classic tonkotsu, curry ramen and, perhaps most importantly, a bacon ramen spiked with kimchi. Yatai will also offer one of the city’s few vegan options for ramen. As far as booze is concerned, an “extensive” selection of sake will be on offer.

Yatai Ramen Izakaya will officially swing open the doors on Thursday, September 15, at which time you’ll be able to taste the joy of bacon ramen.