Wabi House, one of Dallas’s best destinations for a steaming bowl of ramen, is just about ready to open its doors in Fort Worth.
Operator Christopher Huynh tells Eater that the Fort Worth location at 1229 8th Avenue will quietly open the doors for dinner service this week. As Eater reported back in May, the shop was originally expected to debut sometime this summer, but Huynh says that delays with the City of Fort Worth pushed back the original opening timeline. It joins the original Dallas outpost, which made its debut on Lower Greenville in 2015.
To Fort Worth, Wabi House brings its killer tonkotsu, spicy miso, and shoyu broths paired with plenty of toppings and springy noodles, along with a full menu of yakitori skewers, including grilled chicken and vegetables. The tempura veggies, long a favorite at the Dallas outpost, will also hopefully be making the move to Fort Worth.
Wabi House arrives in Fort Worth on Wednesday, November 14, and will be open through Friday at 5 p.m. for dinner service only. Regular business hours begin on Saturday, and the shop will be open from 11 a.m. to midnight daily.