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Uni Sandwich at Sparrow + Wolf in Las Veas Nevada

Where to Eat Off the Strip – A Las Vegas Food Guide

In Food Travel Guides, Restaurants, West by Daryl & Mindi Hirsch23 Comments

Sound the alarms! The Las Vegas food and drink scene is thriving Off the Strip. Check out our favorite Las Vegas restaurants away from the casinos and crowds.

Uni Melt at Sparrow + Wolf in Las Veas Nevada

The uni melt at Sparrow + Wolf is an umami bomb with ingredients like burrata, blood orange and bacon jam.

Las Vegas has evolved into a culinary destination with a variety of great places to eat and drink that don’t involve buffets, valet parking or slot machines. In fact, you can find top Las Vegas restaurants and bars in various neighborhoods off the strip including Downtown Las Vegas, Spring Mountain (Vegas’ formidable Chinatown), Henderson and Summerlin.

Many of the better off-strip restaurants don’t have large rooms or fancy decor. Pedigreed chefs are creating their own footprints in the city in stripped-down spaces and without fanfare. Look closely in Las Vegas and you’ll find excellent food in intimate settings, many with well under 100 seats.

Squash Blossom at Partage in Las Vegas Nevada

Not your average squash blossom, this green beauty at Partage is stuffed with ratatouille.

Since we have family in the area, we visit the city often but rarely go to the Las Vegas strip except for an occasional meal. What can we say – we’re not big gamblers. Instead, we spend our time in different neighborhoods, eating at some of the best Vegas restaurants off the strip where the locals eat.

The Hot Flock Sando at Flock & Fowl in Las Vegas Nevada

Oh my! Flock & Fowl’s Hot Flock Sando is quite a mouthful with fried chicken breast, Sichuan chili oil, Flock sauce and house slaw.

Not surprisingly, many of these locals work in the hospitality business and many come from Asia. This eclectic workforce results in a wide variety of food options at every price point. The key isn’t finding places to eat off the strip; rather, it’s knowing where to find the best food.

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Las Vegas Food Guide – Off the Strip

Fried Chicken Sammy at CRAFTKitchen in Las Vegas Nevada

CRAFTkitchen’s fried chicken sammy packs a punch with its layers of free range chicken breast, applewood smoked bacon, pepperdew peppers, pepper jack cheese and chipotle aioli. The shoestring fries are good too.

Read on to discover several Las Vegas restaurants off the strip that are worth a rental car or Uber ride during your next visit to Sin City. We also include spots for dessert and drinks.

Restaurants

Fried Beef Crisps at The Black Sheep in Las Vegas Nevada

Flavored with Thai chili tajin dust and chili lime sauce, The Black Sheep’s fried beef crisps are an addictive starter.

Las Vegas is famous for its plethora of celebrity chef-driven restaurants on the strip. These esteemed restaurants attract visitors with uncapped expense accounts and big vacation budgets, but savvy travelers know that some of the best Las Vegas food is found off the strip. These are our favorites places to eat in Las Vegas:

The Black Sheep

Salmon Skin Tacos at The Black Sheep in Las Vegas Nevada

These salmon skin tacos with salmon belly tartare, tabiko, smoked shishito peppers and micro cilantro are a revelation for their unique ingredients and flavor combination.

Chef Jamie Tran honed her skills at Aureole and DB Brasserie before opening The Black Sheep away from the strip. Standout dishes at the modern Vietnamese-American restaurant include pork sausage bao sliders with fried quail egg and crispy shallots and grass fed ribeye with crispy artichokes and Peruvian purple mashed potatoes. However, don’t discount the tacos with salmon skin and salmon belly tartare based on the sheer creativity of the ingredients – plus they flat out taste good.

Open since early 2017 in a small space with 50 seats, the award-winning restaurant serves dinner only. Drink options include beer, wine and cocktails like the restaurant’s Black Manhattan and Vietnamese Coffee Martini.

The Black Sheep is located at 8680 W Warm Springs Road, Las Vegas, NV 89148, USA.

Flock & Fowl

Hainanese Chicken Rice at Flock + Fowl in Las Vegas Nevada

The most popular dish on the menu, Flock & Fowl’s Hainanese Chicken Rice plate comes with free-range chicken, chicken schmaltz rice, ginger scallion, housemade chile and house soy sauce.

Located in  The Ogden, Flock & Fowl serves authentic chicken rice as well as a menu filled with kick-ass wings and other comfort food favorites. We ‘flocked’ to the restaurant after hearing that Chef Sheridan Su of Fat Choy (see below) had opened the restaurant.

Sure, we enjoyed the aforementioned wings and the loaded sandwich pictured above. But it was the Hainanese chicken rice that took us straight back to Asia without a connection or delay.

Flock & Fowl’s downtown location is open for dinner nightly as well as for brunch on weekends. We didn’t find the restaurant busy during our weekend afternoon visit, but a 2018 James Beard nomination will likely attract more tourists and culinary travelers.

Flock & Fowl is located at 150 N Las Vegas Boulevard #100, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA.

Sparrow + Wolf

Tomato Salad at Sparrow + Wolf in Las Veas Nevada

Even the tomato salad is elevated at Sparrow + Wolf.

Spring Mountain Road is filled with Asian eateries, but the demographics are changing with the arrival of restaurants like Sparrow + Wolf. Chef Brian Howard brings a wealth of experience from his tenure at Comme Ca, but Sparrow + Wolf is a hipper and bolder incarnation.

What makes Sparrow + Wolf unique is an innovative menu featuring bold ingredients. If you love uni, you’ll be in sea urchin heaven – the menu features two different uni starters including the uni melt pictured above.

Sparrow + Wolf is located at 4480 Spring Mountain Road, Suite 100, Las Vegas, NV 89102, USA

Raku

Grilled Duck Skewers at Raku Off the Strip in Las Vegas

Each course at Raku is a masterpiece like the grilled duck shown above. Order a bottle of sake and enjoy the savory ride.

Raku is an extraordinary restaurant just a few doors down from Big Wong and Monta Ramen (see both below) in a nondescript strip mall in Las Vegas’ Chinatown. Advance reservations are a must, but it’s well worth the effort to get the chance to splurge on an omakase meal straight out of Japan. Each dish is a winner from the house-made tofu to the melt-in-your-mouth sashimi to the gooey beef tendon to the duck skewers.

Skip dessert and instead end the meal at Sweets Raku located in the very same strip mall. Without a doubt, Raku is not only one of the best restaurants in Las Vegas off the strip but also one of the best places to eat in Las Vegas.

Raku is located at 5030 W Spring Mountain Rd #2, Las Vegas, NV 89146, USA.

CRAFTkitchen

Cobb Salad at CRAFTkitchen in Las Vegas Nevada

The colorful cobb salad at CRAFTkitchen is loaded with chopped romaine, pulled turkey, avocado, egg, applewood smoked bacon, grape tomatoes and Pointe Reyes blue cheese.

In many cities, strip mall restaurants are to be avoided. Las Vegas is not one of those cities.

Located off the strip but in a strip mall, the family-friendly CRAFTkitchen serves a range of hearty food like the chicken sandwich pictured above as well as healthy food options fit for vegans, vegetarians and diners with allergies. Hungry for dessert? CRAFTkitchen tempts diners with a counter filled with flaky pastries and jumbo macarons.

CRAFTkitchen is located at 10940 S Eastern Avenue, Suite 107, Henderson, NV 89052, USA.

Kitchen Table

Empanadas at Kitchen Table Off the Strip in Las Vegas

The empanadas at Kitchen Table sing with fresh ingredients and bright flavors.

Helmed by Chef Javier Chavez, the team at Kitchen Table exclusively serves breakfast and lunch at the laid-back Henderson restaurant. Diners can order simple fare like pancakes and waffles, but the more adventurous will want to ramp their dishes up with a seared foie gras topping. Lunch options include monte cristos, chopped salad and burgers.

Kitchen Table is located at 1716 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy #100, Henderson, NV 89012, USA.

Island Sushi and Grill

Ahi Poke Bowl at Island Sushi in Las Vegas Nevada

This poke bowl at Island Sushi is loaded with ahi tuna and sushi rice.

Las Vegas is nicknamed the ninth island due to its popularity among Hawaiians, many of whom have relocated to this land-locked city. Island Sushi and Grill is a fun spot to enjoy fresh sushi and eat like you’re back in Hawaii. Yes, this means that you can get some spam fried eggs to eat with your chunky tuna poke.

All meals at Island Sushi should end with a malasada or two since there’s no better way to end a sushi meal than with doughy Portuguese donuts. The only thing missing is the sweet sound of ukelele music, but that can probably be arranged too.

Island Sushi and Grill is located at 9400 S Eastern Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89123, USA.

Partage

Oxtail Croque Monsieur at Partage in Las Vegas Nevada

Not your average croque monsieur, Partage’s version has oxtail, bone marrow and truffle oil.

Helmed by a culinary team led by accomplished Chef Yuri Szarzewski, Partage is an oasis for French enthusiasts who crave wine and food available in cities like Paris, Lyon and Strasbourg. This fine dining establishment is located in Chinatown right near Sparrow + Wolf (see above).

Though Partage offers multi-course meals and tasting menus, casual diners can order small plates and drinks at the bar. These small plates aren’t typical bar food. Instead, Partage serves dishes like oxtail croque monsieurs and ratatouille stuffed squashed blossoms.

Partage is located at 3839 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89102, USA.

Lotus of Siam

Lotus of Siam Garlic Prawns

The garlic prawns at Lotus of Siam bring the flavors of Thailand to Las Vegas.

Lotus of Siam is far from a hidden gem, but it’s still worth a visit to this strip mall restaurant for authentic Northern Thai food and stellar wines. The menu reads like a book, and dishes can be ordered on a heat scale from zero (mild) to 10 (Thai hot).

Though it can be tough to score a dinner reservation, you can likely walk in for lunch and enjoy a leisurely meal. The restaurant’s coconut soup, beef larb and curry infused pork stew transported us to the streets of Chang Mai without an 18-hour plane ride.

Lotus of Siam is located at620 E Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA.

Monta Ramen

Monta Ramen -Off the Strip in Las Vegas

The ramen in Las Vegas at Monta Ramen tastes like bowls we slurped in Tokyo. Did we like it? Let’s just say that we ate there twice in one week.

Monta Ramen is a hole-in-the-wall ramen shop located in a strip mall located two miles from the Strip and 5,528 miles from Tokyo. Slurping down the funky miso ramen broth with firm noodles and savory chashu pork reminded us of our meals on Ramen Street in Tokyo Station, and that’s saying a lot. If you like your soup spicy, be sure to order the ramen with fiery chili paste.

Monta Ramen has three locations. The original restaurant is located at 5030 Spring Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89146, USA.

Fat Choy

Fat Choy Burger Off the Strip in Las Vegas

When you visit Fat Choy, come for the bao but stay for the burgers. Pictured above is the Fat Choy Burger which has angus beef, short rib, bacon, a fried egg and roasted tomato.

Las Vegas may be the only city in America where you can start your meal with a luscious pork belly bun and a hearty plate of fried rice and end it with a killer pub-style burger cooked to order.  Originally a food truck and now located in the Eureka Casino, Fat Choy serves an eclectic menu of modern Asian and American foods like pork belly bao, short rib grilled cheese and burgers. Don’t let the run-down, smoky casino deter you from eating at this casual joint with an old-school Vegas vibe.

Fat Choy is located at 595 E Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89104, USA.

Big Wong

Pepper Wings at Big Wong Eat Off the Strip in Las Vegas

The Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings at the no-frills Big Wong are perfectly seasoned and served with sliced peppers for an extra kick.

You can tour Asia at the ultra cheap Big Wong restaurant located at popular Seoul Plaza. Specialties include savory Indian roti pancakes, Japanese chicken curry and Cantonese salt & pepper chicken wings. If you’re on a budget, Big Wong is a great Cheap Eats Las Vegas dining option.

Big Wong is located at 5040 Spring Mountain Road #6, Las Vegas, NV 89146, USA.

Carson Kitchen

Gyro Tacos at Carson Kitchen Off the Strip in Las Vegas

Chef Kerry Simon has established a destination restaurant with his Carson Kitchen in Downtown Las Vegas. The modern gastropub is serving twists on standard dishes like the gyro tacos pictured above.

Stylish and sleek, the late Chef Kerry Simon’s Carson Kitchen is proof of Downtown Las Vegas continuing renaissance. Dishes like gyro tacos and bacon jam baked brie are meant to be shared. Be sure to get an order of the crispy chicken skins with smoked honey – the basket of fried goodness will make you wonder why this dish isn’t on more menus across the country.

Carson Kitchen is located at 124 S 6th Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA.

In-N-Out Burger

Burgers and Fries at In-N-Out Burger Off the Strip in Las Vegas

Sometimes you just need a greasy burger, and there’s no better place satisfy your craving than In-N-Out Burger. The red tray above is topped with two double-double burgers and one order of fries, which is plenty of food for two.

A trip to any western U.S. city would be incomplete without a stop at In-N-Out Burger. This west coast chain with a devoted cult following serves burgers, fries and not much else. We are partial to the double-double burger that comes with two patties and a slice of cheese.

To make the burger even better, we usually order it “animal style” off of the secret menu. Animal style burgers are cooked in mustard and served with lettuce, tomato, pickles, grilled onions and extra spread. As a bonus, dinner for two is well under twenty bucks.

In-N-Out Burger has multiple locations in Las Vegas.

Desserts

Pinkbox Doughnuts Las Vegas Off the Strip in Las Vegas

The doughnuts at Pinkbox are so good that you’ll want to eat more than one.

Las Vegas is a city that does things big and desserts are no exception to this rule. Here are some great spots to satisfy your sweet tooth:

Cream

Ice Cream Sandwich at Cream in Las Vegas Nevada

We created our perfect ice cream sandwich with hot chocolate chip cookies, chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream and M&M’s.

We were faced with a dilemma after Messina, our favorite Las Vegas gelato shop closed. That’s when we found Cream to satisfy our ice cream cravings.

In addition to traditional ice cream cones and cups, Cream lets customers design their own ice cream sandwiches. The choices are vast but let’s face it – there are no bad choices at Cream considering options like cookies, brownies, sprinkles and candy.

Cream has two Las Vegas locations in Henderson and Summerlin. We liked the location at 10271 S. Eastern Avenue, Suite 115, Henderson, Nevada 89052, USA.

PinkBox Doughnuts

Fruity Pebbles PinkBox Doughnut

Fruity Pebbles aren’t just for breakfast at PinkBox.

Doughnuts may be easy to find in Las Vegas, but savvy travelers will travel to PinkBox, a local chain open on a 24/7 basis, for the best doughnuts in town. Popular flavors include The Fat Elvis, Maple Bacon Bar, Campfire S’mores and Pink Snowball. After tasting several flavors as part of our thorough research, we agree that there are no bad choices to be made when ordering at PinkBox.

PinkBox Doughnuts has three locations in Henderson, Summerlin and on the Strip.

Ethel M Chocolate Factory

Chocolate Bars at Ethel M Chocolate Factory Off the Strip in Las Vegas

Located in a Henderson office park, the Ethel M Chocolate Factory provides a self-guided tour that educates visitors on the history of the company as well as the process of making chocolate treats.

Forrest Mars retired from M&M Mars and moved to Las Vegas in the 1970s. Retirement soon bored him, and he began production at the Ethel M Chocolate Factory in 1981. Today, visitors can enjoy a free self-guided tour of the operating factory and see where the chocolate magic happens. The tour ends sweetly with a complimentary chocolate sample. As a bonus, the factory has a store that sells a wide variety of chocolate products plus a cactus garden.

Ethel M Chocolate Factory is located at 2 Cactus Garden Drive, Henderson, NV 89014, USA.

JinJu Chocolates

JinJu Chocolate Off the Strip in Las Vegas

The JinJu chocolate shop is hidden on the second floor of the Downtown Container Park. Their truffles and caramels satisfy a more sophisticated palette compared to standard bonbons.

It’s worth a trip to Downtown Las Vegas just for the delectable handcrafted truffles at JinJu Chocolates. Interestingly, Jin Caldwell was the Master Chocolatier at Ethel M before she branched out on her own. This boutique may be small, but the flavors like Figs & Red Wine and Sea Salt Caramel are bold and bright.

JinJu Chocolates is located at 707 Fremont St #2280, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA.

Drinks

Cappuccino at PublicUS in Las Vegas Nevada

Coffee is a must in Las Vegas since you know you’ll be staying up late every night. We drank this cappuccino at PulicUS in the heart of downtown Las Vegas.

There is no need to be thirsty in Las Vegas considering the large number of bars and coffee shops in the city. These are our favorite spots to whet our whistles:

Frankie’s Tiki Room

Cocktails at Frankie's Tiki Room Off the Strip in Las Vegas

With fruity drinks like the Fink Bomb and The Sea Hag (both featured above), Frankie’s Tiki Room is an oasis not far from the big casinos.

Kitschy Frankie’s Tiki Room fully embraces the tiki culture and is a perfect spot to enjoy a fruity cocktail or two away from the casino lounges. The stand-alone bar is decorated circa Gilligan’s Island with knock-you-silly drinks like Mai Tais, and, in our case, the Fink Bomb and Sea Hag, all under $10.

Frankie’s Tiki Room is located at 1712 W Charleston Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89102, USA.

Atomic Liquors

Bartender at Atomic Liquors Off the Strip in Las Vegas

Although Atomic Liquors is the oldest freestanding bar in Las Vegas, the bar has a modern feel that is quintessentially Las Vegas.

After eating at Carson Kitchen, it’s a no-brainer to grab a drink at nearby Atomic Liquors. Craft beers flow at this iconic Las Vegas bar, and the people watching provides a fascinating snapshot of the non-touristy side of Las Vegas that feels like a million miles from the flashy Las Vegas nightclubs on the strip. Belly up to the bar, place some coins in the jukebox and breathe in the air of hipness with a taste of nostalgia on the side.

Atomic Liquors is located at 917 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101.

PublicUs

PublicUS in Las Vegas Nevada

Despite PublicUS’ downtown location, the cafe’s vibe is both chill and zen.

Designed for the people, PublicUs has a vibe that one would expect to find in Melbourne or Cape Town. Although this modern cafe is located in downtown Las Vegas, there’s nothing gritty about PublicUs including a contemporary decor and friendly staff. Most importantly, the coffee does not disappoint.

Popular with locals and fellow business owners like the team at nearby Flock & Fowl, PublicUs serves a wide selection of drinks and cafe fare. As a bonus, customers seeking a quiet spot to chill or work can set up shop in the cafe’s zen side room.

PublicUs is located at 1126 Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA.

Mothership Coffee Roasters

Cappuccino at Mothership Coffee Roasters in Las Vegas Nevada

We hit the coffee motherlode at Mothership. This cappuccino was so good that we returned the next day to drink more.

Attention ground control – the people of Las Vegas don’t have to drink caffeinated swill. Cafes like Mothership are roasting and serving third wave coffee that will satisfy coffee connoisseurs like the 2foodtrippers.

Mothership’s menu includes typical coffee drinks like cappuccinos and cold brews, but the generously sized drip coffee is the true bargain here. With the addition of homemade pastries and scones, there’s no need to eat breakfast at your Airbnb or Las Vegas hotel room.

Mothership Coffee Roasters is located at Green Valley Plaza, 2708 N Green Valley Parkway, Henderson, NV 89014, USA.

Sambalatte

Local chain Sambalatte is another option for visiting third wave coffee snobs in Las Vegas. The menu features a full range of drinks and desserts, with cutting-edge brews made using the Steampunk system – a kind of super automated variation of a French Press. Sambalatte also offers old-fashioned drip coffee and espresso drinks. Not only do the steampunk brews taste awesome, but it’s also fun to watch the baristas brew them.

Sambalatte has three locations, each of which is listed on their website.


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Special thanks to Louis, Antonia, Harrison and Bennett Hirsch for their spot-on suggestions and entertaining companionship during our culinary tours of Las Vegas off the strip.

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, everything looks delicious! I haven’t been to Las Vegas, but the hubs and I are planning to go next year. We will definitely try to eat on these places. In and Out Burger will be the first on our list.

  2. Wow, thanks for the seriously mouth-watering read! I have never been to America (it’s on the list for next year!) but I’m saving this post for when I finally get there!
    Your pictures are great too, really vibrant and clear. I think first stop will be Lotus Siam! Or to Big Wong for those salt and pepper wings! I’m not about to click through the rest of your site to find more delicious food reads 😀 THANK YOU xx

  3. Wow everything looks really delicious. I would like to try Fat Choy and see how modern Asian food are interpreted in Las Vegas. The sushi in Island Sushi and Grill really looks fresh and stunning. I hope that you can also recommend buffet restaurants.

  4. We were just in Las Vegas last month and had a blast there! I have not tried some of these places before, we make it a goal each time we go to try new restaurants! All of the food looks absolutely amazing!

  5. I am in the process of rescheduling my Vegas trip and this is perfect! One of the main reasons I want to go back is to sample the different foods. This definitely gives me some great ideas on where to go and what to eat <3

  6. If you are going to push In n Out, then get it right…Double Double, not Double Double burger. And burgers and fries are the ONLY thing on the menu….lest they devalue the burger by offering anything else.

  7. I totally agree that the ‘rest of LV’ regularly gets the shaft. But like many travelers there, I went for work, was relegated to the Strip for nearly the entire time and could barely get away from the fluorescent lights! In your list the tacos and gelato look particularly intriguing – I love authentic versions of both which can be tough to find anywhere.

  8. We go to Vegas each year and we are always looking for new places to eat and drink. Going off the strip is especially fun to explore! These are some great recommendations for us, I certainly will be hitting up a few of these spots next year on our trip!

  9. I haven’t been to Vegas in YEARS. I always go off the strip to visit and I think it is something everyone who goes to Vegas must do. This is a great list of places to eat and drink off the Vegas Strip for sure! Thanks so much for this awesome list! I will be sure to revisit this when we go for our next trip.

  10. So I just finished eating the biggest meal for dinner tonight and rolled my bloated ass over to read some blogs and then I came across this and it’s as if I didn’t eat anything. Like, ever… My mouth is watering. I’m bookmarking this page for when I make my next food-centred trip to Las Vegas! Omg yum.

  11. All of these meals looks so tasty. I haven’t had chocolate in about a year due to a restricted diet but this makes me want to dive right in. MY mom visits Vegas often, I will have to share this with her!

  12. I used to live in Vegas and there were SO MANY great restaurants off the strip! I ‘ve been to a few of these restaurants and I agree they are great! But my favorite on the west coast is of course, In and Out Burger. There is nothing like it!

  13. I definitely need to remember these places for the next time I’m in Vegas! My husband and I went last year and we had a hard time figuring out where to eat.

  14. I went to Vegas on Memorial day weekend this year. My awesome, soon-to-be husband planned our trip. We made it to Raku and it was awesome. He heard about it from one of Anthony Bourdain’s shows. OMG, it was such a great place to go. I still think about the house made tofu we had and want to find out how to make the spicy garlicky bits that were served on top of it. We tried to go to In-N-Out burger on our way to the airport but it was a 45 minute wait to order. Sadly I’ll have to wait for that burger…

  15. While I am not a fan of In-N-Out at all (when I moved to San Diego, I tried to like it, I promise…but I just never “got it”) I definitely agree with Lotus of Siam! YUM

    1. Author

      There’s just something about an “animal style” burger. Maybe you should give it one more try.

  16. Wow, all of these places look amazing.I will definitely check these places out on my next trip to Vegas. Along with the gambling, I also enjoy trying the different foods. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Author

      Great! Please let us know if you find any new Las Vegas restaurants to check out during our next visit.

  17. Raku and Lotus of Siam were two of my favorites. Especially Raku. Everything there was delicious! I’m also a pretty big fan of the oyster bar, but I guess that’s technically on the strip?

  18. I always go off strip and Raku is one of my favorite spots. This past January for my birthday we also tried Kabuto in the same shopping center for excellent omakase japanese dinner!

    1. Author

      That shopping center has the best restaurants! We love the ramen shop. Next time, we’ll check out Kabuto – you’re the second person to recommend it to us.

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