As part of a multiple-concept food hall/virtual kitchen on 9346-9350 Corbin Ave in Northridge, four new restaurants that “will be focused on best-of-class Asian concepts” are set to open, a property listing confirmed.
“Newly renovated, fully turn key virtual kitchen space. Inside of a newly built food hall/food court in Northridge. Looking for Asian food concepts. We already have a pho/noodle concept, a sushi/donburi concept, and a Korean fusion concept committed to the food court,” the listing stated.
David Ahn, a real estate agent with DMI Real Estate Group, LLC assigned to the property, confirmed the names of the current roster with What Now Los Angeles (WNLA): a Korean restaurant doing business as Feu Noodles; Akafuji, which currently operates a La Habra location; Maxwell’s, a new concept from Las Vegas restaurateurs Jenny Wong and Sheridan Su (best known for Flock and Fowl); and Currying Flavors.
These spaces have not yet been occupied by anyone and are being described as fully built-out restaurants or café spaces with fresh kitchen space and exposed ceiling. WNLA reached out to the owners of Maxwell’s and Currying Flavors for comment, but have not heard back yet.
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