There are vegan options at Ramen Show and we couldn’t be happier. Opened in summer 2019, Ramen Show is a vegan-friendly ramen restaurant in Las Vegas, and we totally dig their offerings.
It’s pretty safe to say Las Vegas is in the middle of a ramen boom and it’s getting harder to keep track of the ramen restaurants in Las Vegas that are vegan-friendly since there are a lot of them.
We’ve got Jinya, Ramen Arashi, Moko Ramen, Sojo Ramen and more.
Go Hoashi, who also owns Chinatown’s Izakaya Go, Takopa and Pokeman, is behind this ramen joint. There are two locations in Las Vegas — in the southwest and Chinatown.
Staff here are knowledgeable about their vegan offerings and what can be made vegan. Rest-assured, they know what they’re talking about.
Vegan Ramen in Las Vegas
What to order at Ramen Show that’s vegan
Start your meal off with some shishito peppers (ask them to hold the bonito flakes). Or, try a veggie hand roll that you actually roll up at the table.
Ramen Show’s spring mixed green Show Salad is vegan if you want some greens. It features grapes, tomatoes, baby corn, radishes and radish sprouts, along with flower petals. It comes tossed in their homemade Yuzu dressing.
But, let’s be real. You’re here for the vegan ramen, right?
Their Vegan Ramen is a show-stopper.
Ramen is built with a soy milk base and filled with the necessary noodles. Then, potatoes, green onion, leeks, grape tomatoes, spinach, Oyster mushrooms, baby corn, lemon, shredded red pepper and fried lotus root are loaded in.
In addition, you can add in extras like tofu, black garlic oil, and ‘shrooms.
They also toss in an orchid to make it even more attractive.
Unlike other ramen restaurants, Ramen Show has a vegan dessert. the Mitarashi dango skewer.
The light dessert which is similar to mochi and made with rice flower, is covered in a sweet soy glaze. It’s the perfect way to end your meal.
4215 Spring Mtn. Rd., 89102, 702-445-6343, noon – midnight
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