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A quick overview of the two current locations.
Located in the bustling Avenida Cordillera de los Himalaya in San Luis Potosí, this was the location that started it all. This shop features two eight-seat Ramen Bars, each equipped with a 316 Stainless Steel Liquid Propane Kitchen each.
The first location that was opened in 2019. Located in Avenida Cordillera de los Himalaya in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Originally with only capacity to seat and serve only eight people, sized was doubled in order to meet a fast growing demand.
The restaurant is located in a commercial avenue, close to many hotels, universities and business centers. Parking is readily available and public bus lines are also in close proximity.
Average customers per day: 21
Average ticket size per customer: $14.39 USD
Bussiest hour: 21:00 - 22:00
Located in the prominent Avenida Venustiano Carranza, this location was opened in 2020 after the first's location great success. Even opening during the heigth of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic didn't stop it from becoming a success by offering private dining in a non-traditional setting.
The second location that was opened in 2020. Located in Avenida Venustiano Carranza in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
Planned from the begining as a Japanese Izakaya, it features traditional japanese wooden floor seating. It can host 32 people and it boasts two fully equiped 316 Stainless Steel Liquip Propane Kitchens.
The restaurant is on a Main avenue in what could be considered the city's downtown area, close to many public spaces, churches and Hotels.
Parking around the area is free, although challenging to find at times.
The area is host to a multitude of restaurants and informal eating venues, including a couple of the city's oldest and most successful Japanese restaurants.
Average customers per day: 29
Average ticket size per customer: $12.89 USD
Bussiest hour: 21:30 - 22:30