Las Vegas, Nevada
$

This tiny soup kitchen in ever-expanding Chinatown gets credit for launching Vegas’ ramen revolution. The broth, rich and salty with a hint of marrow, animates the snappy al dente noodles. Choose between the shoyu (soy) and the heartier, thicker miso ramen before piling on the toppings—hard-cooked egg, tender slices of roasted pork. But hurry up about it; there’s a line of people out the door waiting for your seat.

Last Reviewed
708 2016

Address

5030 Spring Mountain Rd.
Las Vegas, NV

Contact

702/367-4600

Monta Japanese Noodle House

Las Vegas, Nevada
$

This tiny soup kitchen in ever-expanding Chinatown gets credit for launching Vegas’ ramen revolution. The broth, rich and salty with a hint of marrow, animates the snappy al dente noodles. Choose between the shoyu (soy) and the heartier, thicker miso ramen before piling on the toppings—hard-cooked egg, tender slices of roasted pork. But hurry up about it; there’s a line of people out the door waiting for your seat.

Last Reviewed
March 2016

Address

5030 Spring Mountain Rd.
Las Vegas, NV

Contact

702/367-4600