It’s been a busy week for restaurateurs Seven Chan and Ken Yu of the KSP Restaurant Group.
The co-founders of the soon-to-open PH’EAST Asian street food hall and two of its tenants—Poke Burri and Lifting Noodles—shared with What Now Atlanta (WNA) that another outpost of Lifting Noodles will be joining Poke Burri inside the Truck & Tap kitchen in Downtown Alpharetta.
The new location at Truck & Tap will mirror the offerings and ethos of “ramen with a modern twist” at its original We Suki Suki food court location in East Atlanta Village, and is slated to open Feb. 1, 2020.
The menu will include new takes on ramen such as fried ramen dishes, ramen inspired by different cuisines, and seasonal items.
Truck & Tap offers a rotating lineup of food trucks and craft beer curated by an in-house Certified Cicerone.
Truck & Tap partnered with PREP, the South’s largest Food Truck Commissary, to bring trucks specializing in everything from lobster rolls, BBQ, NY-style pizza and Asian-fusion cuisine.
Most recently, a Duluth outpost of Lifting Noodles opened in the Sweet Octopus Asian Eatery in the Parson’s Alley Development.
And following its grand openings at PH’EAST and Truck & Tap this weekend, Chan and Yu head to Tech Square‘s Collective Foodhall at CODA, which will house another outpost of Poke Burri, slated to debut mid-February, according to Chan.