New Development Brings More Asian Food Options to Katy, TX
Katy Grand, another Asian-focused food development, is planning to start construction in Spring 2018 on the Northeast side of I-10 at Grand Parkway in Katy, Texas.
Combined with its 19-screen Cinemark theater, Katy Grand’s unique collection of patio-focused eateries will redefine “dinner and a movie.”
Not to be confused with nearby Katy Asian Town, the development at 23330 Grand Circle Boulevard just announced it will be home to 85°C Bakery, Kura Revolving Sushi Bar, and other food-focused tenants when the property is ready for business in late 2018.
85°C Bakery, a Taiwanese coffee shop and bakery with over 1,000 locations worldwide (focused state-side in Texas, California, and Washington), will be rolling out its first drive-through in Katy.
Kura Revolving Sushi Bar, a national chain with several locations in Houston, will bring its additive-free fare to the Katy development.
Kinokuniya, a Japanese bookstore, coming to the development for its first Houston location will sell Japanese books, manga, stationery, and gifts.