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99 Ranch Market is proud of its role as a “gateway to Asia”, providing opportunities for mainstream American families and global customers to experience the authentic flavors of the diverse continent’s cuisines. Founded by a Taiwanese immigrant, it has grown into the largest US supermarket chain of its kind.
Teso Life is a Japanese department store based in Queens, New York. The value-oriented brand collaborates with well-known Japanese suppliers and developers to bring a diverse array of creative and high-quality fashion, leisure and consumer related products to a global customer base.
We, at Gen Korean BBQ, are pleased to present our guests to an experience they will truly never forget, from our boundless menu options consisting of freshly prepared meats, seafood, and vegetables, to our refreshing & traditional Korean ban-chan (side-dishes); you will experience a wide array of complex flavors that will truly give your palate a new perception of taste.
Based in Tokyo, Tsujita Artisan Noodle's first southern US location is opening at WoW. The Houston restaurant will join a footprint that includes 18 sites spanning Japan and six across Los Angeles and New Jersey. A showcase of the brand are its signature tsukemen noodle options, which are boiled, chilled and served in a separate bowl from the soup for dipping. Additional menu offerings include a variety of traditional and vegan ramen dishes, as well as a selection of rice bowls.
The neighborhood bakery café, known for their expertly crafted baked and brewed goods, traces its origins to the 1940s and a small bakery in South Korea. A love of all things dough and a passion for quality is still evident today with menu offerings that include stellar breads, cakes and cake slices, pastries, donuts, gourmet sandwiches, salads, packaged roll cakes and Japanese Castellas, plus coffees and teas.
Originating from Taiwan’s Taoyuan City, The Alley is a popular bubble tea brand that has inked a lease for 2,436 square feet at Wow This is the second Greater Houston location following Katy. In addition to its décor and Instagrammable drinks, what makes The Alley a standout are house made tapioca pearls and sugarcane-based – rather than artificial – syrups. A specialty is the Deerioca with decadent options like crème brulee milk.
Slated for a late 2023 opening, Los Angeles-based SomiSomi is coming to West on West. Following Katy and Sugar Land, this is the first Houston proper location for the brand, which specializes in Ah-Boong, a Korean dessert served in a cup or TaiyakI, a fish-shaped waffle cone filled with a choice of filling and topped with soft serve.
Meshing French baking techniques and Japanese cooking styles, Lady M – widely acclaimed for its handmade, 20-layer mille crepe cakes – has taken a 2,793-square-foot slice of WoW.
Tokyo-based The Onodera Group; known internationally for its Sushi Ginza Onodera restaurants –two boasting Michelin stars – will unveil the first U.S. location of design forward, conveyer belt style concept Kaiten-sushi Ginza Onodera Honten at WoW. Diners can look forward to the same quality ingredients and excellence in preparation of its parent, but at a more approachable price point meant for everyday dining.