HUNGRY IN RENO

Participant: Ijji Noodle House & Poke Don

About

by Johnathan L. Wright

Ijji Noodle House & Poke Don brings a new concept to the well-known Ijji family of restaurants. Kurtis Tan, the young owner, has lived in Reno ever since moving here as a teenager from Hong Kong, one of the world’s great food cities.

The pan-Asian menu features appetizers like summer rolls and takoyaki fried octopus balls, several styles of ramen and pho, rice vermicelli dishes, Korean rice bowls (including bibimbap), signature and build-your-own poke bowls, and sizzling platters like kimchi fried rice.

199 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., #8M
Reno, NV 89521
(775) 339-3095
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Reno Food & Drink Week Menu

A portion of the proceeds from the sales of this menu will be donated to the three 2021 Hungry Gives Back Charities: Reno Rodeo FoundationSTEP2 and The Eddy House.

Miso Seafood Ramen
$15

adding a fresh & delicious nod to the summer, the Miso Seafood Ramen is a great fusion of traditional ramen with a Reno twist

this dish uses a savory and light miso broth which is cooked over the course of days to create a rich and complex flavor

to complete the dish, freshly cooked crab claw, squid, and shrimp sit atop perfectly cooked traditional ramen noodles packing more into your bite

fragrant corn, bean sprouts, and crisp spinach add a touch of simplicity

topped with green onion, the is a dish that will satisfy the pallet and your craving for a something special

Kale Noodle Poke Base
$2.50 add on per bowl

something new you can’t find anywhere else, the Kale Noodle base for any poke item will leave you full and refreshed

completely vegan and gluten free, it gives you the option to make a Poke cold noodle dish that is satisfying and will become your new favorite base