For the most part, Japanese restaurants can be moderately expensive. The same applies to Las Vegas, with one exception-Ramen-Ya.
Ramen-Ya is a typical Japanese restaurant renowned for great food at very affordable prices. Tourists who come to Sin City and love Japanese food should make it a point to go. Unfortunately, the dine-in options at this tiny restaurant are limited to very few people because of COVID-19, so prepare to order takeout if you don't want to wait.
Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, Ramen-YA is a busy place. While the wait times can be long during lunch and dinner, it's worth it. At Ramen Ya, the service is prompt, and the servers are charming.
Besides the traditional Miso ramen, you can order chicken curry, sushi rolls, a variety of rice dishes, tofu, noodles, Gyoza, and takoyaki with a slight American twist. The one downside is that the vegan options are few, but if you ask the waiter what you want, the chef will prepare it for you at no extra cost.
Every dish is served piping hot. The other great feature about Ramen-Ya is that you can have a nice meal for under $15, a rarity in Las Vegas. Before you go, call and find out the wait times- they can be long as the restaurant attracts many die-hard Japanese food lovers. Unlike the typical food joints on the strip that are open all hours, Ramen-Ya is open from 10 am- 10 pm; Do call the restaurant as the hours have changed during the pandemic.
3635 Las Vegas Blvd. South
Las Vegas, NV 89109