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Samurai Noodle Plots Katy Expansion

The Seattle-based chain will arrive later this year

Samurai Noodle [Official Photo]
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After originally making its Houston debut in 2015, Seattle-based ramen chain Samurai Noodle has plans to open a new location in Katy.

Documents filed with the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts indicate that Samurai Noodle’s third outpost will arrive at 29025 Katy Freeway sometime later this year. This would technically be the third Houston-area outpost for the chain, but its second restaurant, formerly open at Downtown food hall Conservatory, was replaced by a poke spot back in 2017.

Started in 2006, Samurai Noodle serves up a solid menu of ramen options with creamy tonkotsu, shoyu, and miso broths. Diners in Katy can look forward to noodle-focused dishes like a bacon tonkotsu ramen, tsukemen (noodles served with broth on the side), and spicy miso noodles. The shop is also known for its vegan broths, which are somehow just as satisfying as its meat-based soups.

Eater has reached out to Samurai Noodle for more details on when it will make its Katy debut. Stay tuned.

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