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Japanese Chain Ninja Preps for Two Summer Debuts in Dallas

Two distinct restaurants are en route to Mansfield and Plano

Poke bowls, noodles, and more await at Ninja Kitchen
Courtesy Ninja Kitchen

The Texas-based sushi, ramen, and tea group Ninja Legend is about to add two Dallas-area locations to its growing statewide portfolio.

The restaurant brand already has a big presence in the state, with four restaurants across Arlington and Fort Worth (Royal Tea, Ninja Ramen, and Ninja Sushi & Grill). Ninja Kitchen will debut first at 150 East Broad Street, Suite 130 in Mansfield, with a grand opening tentatively scheduled for Friday, June 14. Ninja Kitchen — a new brand for the budding restaurant group — bills itself as a Japanese-Asian fusion eatery but plans to lean more heavily on Japanese selections. Expect a “soft” opening period to kick off at the start of June.

Ninja Ramen, opening at 111 West Spring Creek Parkway Suite 102, will trail Ninja Kitchen’s opening by a few weeks, set to arrive by early July. Expect the same menu as its inaugural Arlington location, with a few more surprises sprinkled in. Think ramen, udon, rice bowls, poke, sushi, and Japanese beer and liquor. Other offerings at the five-year-old outpost in Arlington location, covered in ninja-inspired artwork, reclaimed wood and benches that run the length of the space, include gyoza, grilled squid, and shrimp tempura.

Stay tuned for an official opening date for Ninja Ramen.

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