A Plate for Every Palate at Cafe Sanuki – Las Vegas

If you’re in the mood for affordable Udon noodles in a fast food type of environment, check out Cafe Sanuki.

Photo Courtesy Madelyn Reese The Review Journal

Located on Spring Mountain and Decatur, this new restaurant is perfect for big parties, quick bites and family style menu options. There are a variety of sizes for menu items and a la cart choices of tempura vegetable and seaweed wrapped favorites.Cafe Sanuki

Photo Courtesy Madelyn Reese The Review Journal

Ordering is simple. Grab a tray, enter the cafeteria style line, choose a number from the LED menu above the kitchen window and place your order. Most bowls are given to you before you checkout.

Photo Courtesy Madelyn Reese The Review Journal

Don’t forget to check-in on Yelp! Show the clerk and you’ll get a free drink.

On my visit, I was craving curry and lucky for me, all the spices were on the side.

Cafe Sanuki

My husband ordered their full sized rice bowl and finished every bite.

Cafe Sanuki

In addition to the awesome food. The service there is also impeccable. There’s hardly any wait for freshly made food and the staff comes by to pick up dirty plates throughout your visit.

Cafe Sanuki is open daily for lunch at 11:30AM and dinner at 5:30 PM. Come hungry and bring some friends to try more options.

Read the Review Journals story about their grand opening here.

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