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55 Restaurant & Bar Will Shutter To Make Way For Nao Ramen House

There’s a new noodle spot on the way to Rice Village If you’ve been craving a new option for a piping hot bowl of ramen, a new Rice Village restaurant will definitely fit the bill. Houstonia reports that 55 Bar & Restaurant will close its doors in the coming weeks to make way for Nao Ramen House, a new Japanese concept from Tarakaan’s Piran Efshani. Efshani will enlist Tarakaan chef Rob Frias, formerly of Nara Sushi, to develop a “straightforward” menu for the new ramen spot.
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