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A New Destination For Ramen and Crispy Fried Tonkatsu Will Open in Carrollton

Kurobuta is set to open “very soon” on Old Denton Road

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Kurobuta, a new destination for steaming bowls of ramen and crispy, deep-fried cutlets of pork, will soon open its doors in Carrollton.

Filings with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts indicates that Kurobuta will open at 2625 Old Denton Road, Suite 612, inside the same sprawling development as H-Mart and eateries like Kimchi Casual Kitchen and Ddong Ggo. Posts to the new spot’s Instagram account indicate that it will focus on classic Japanese dishes, focusing specifically on ramen and tonkatsu, or deep-fried pork cutlets. It also appears that additional crispy katsu options will be on offer, including a cheesy tonkatsu.

The arrival of Kurobuta continues the incredibly rapid growth of Carrollton’s Asian dining scene, which is home to a slew of excellent Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Japanese eateries. That growth is only expected to continue in the coming months, thanks to the impending arrival of restaurants like California tofu spot BCD Tofu House, and Plano’s own Fat Ni BBQ, known for its Xinjiang-style skewers.

Details on Kurobuta’s debut are scarce at present, but it’s expected to open “very soon.” Eater has reached out for more details on its arrival — stay tuned for an update.