There’s another option for vegan ramen in Las Vegas, thanks to the new ramen kid on the block, Ramen Arashi.
Originally from Alberta, Canada, Ramen Arashi has expanded to Summerlin and boasts three different kinds of vegan ramen.
Tapping into its existing Canadian offerings, Ramen Arashi is no stranger to vegan ramen; the chef and owner each have vegan relatives.
The vegan ramen isn’t the only thing that’s vegan-friendly at this Las Vegas ramen spot. They also serve up vegan-friendly appetizers like edamame, seaweed salad and the tofu salad made with mixed greens, corn, peppers and (you guessed it) cubed tofu.
But, you’re really here for the vegan ramen, right?
All three vegan ramen options include rice noodles making the dish naturally gluten-free. Choose from the clear broth Vege Miso Ramen with tofu, spinach, corn, paprika, garlic and green onion or get a little adventurous with the creamy Vege Tan Tan.
Made with a soy milk and sesame broth, the Vege Tan Tan vegan ramen offers a nuttier taste than the ramen you’re used to.
The third vegan ramen option at Ramen Arashi is a twist on the original Vege Tan Tan, the Black Tan Tan made with black sesame seeds, leaving the ramen with a touch of bitterness.
We were fans of all three!
4555 S. Fort Apache Rd., 89147, 702-485-3222, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Kathryn Hartwig is a senior writer for Vegans, Baby. She decided to go vegan nearly a decade ago while searching for the perfect diet to compliment her role as a professional dancer. After experimenting with multitudes of fads, she Kat found a lifestyle that turned out to be more than a diet. She settled in Vegas with her husband/photographer Daniel, and puppy, Layla, after traveling the world on cruise ships and living in New York City. The family recently welcomed the birth of their first child, a true vegan baby.