The family that opened Rice Alley decided to forge on despite the threat that the pandemic posed to the hospitality industry. They were determined to bring some light to a difficult time by sharing their authentic Asian cuisine, crafted with great care and an eye to tradition. If the early rave reviews are any indication, they were right.

Customers are already raving about everything from the poke bowls to the ramen bowls. When it comes to the poke, customers can select salmon, tuna, or a mix of both served over sticky white rice with slices of fresh cucumber, avocado, and seaweed. If you’re craving a hot dish, try the signature tonkotsu ramen with slabs of pork in chicken broth, a medley of fresh veggies, half of a soft-boiled egg, and a drizzle of black garlic oil on top. The rice bowls are also popular, especially the pork katsu. It features Japanese fried pork with curry, seaweed, and oshinko over a bed of fluffy white rice. Sit down to enjoy your meal or grab it to-go.