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287 New Scotland location is the beginning of Kuma Ani and the beginning of a wonderful food journey for us. Over the years, our dedication to serving only quality and fresh sushi has earned us undoubtable support from our dear customers. For this, we would like to say: Thank You! For the past year and a half, we have had to make changes to overcome many challenges that we were facing. Given the growing uncertainty regarding the global supply-chain and the ability to secure premium ingredients, and because a lot of items which we use come from Japan, it is questionable whether we could maintain the level of quality of food we have been serving for years. Since we have made a difficult decision to convert our restaurant from sushi to ramen, whereby we make most of the food items, including ramen noodles, in house. We will temporarily close our restaurant in mid-January for approximately two weeks preparing for reopening as ramen restaurant by the beginning of February. We hope then, you will continue to support us in a new food journey.
It hasn't been easy for our operators to balance between family and work. And family value is one of our core values that has propelled us to do better at our jobs, provide better customer service, continue to offer quality food. I has propelled us through tough time with an enthusiastic attitude. In order to better balance family and work, and give our operators a quality day that they can spend with their family. We have decided to close every Sunday starting January 1, 2021. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our customers. And thank you for your understanding and support.
New business hours for 109 Wolf Rd, Colonie NY 12205:
Monday - Saturday
11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Closed (starting January 1, 2022)
Our new location will be in City Station West at, 1521 6th Ave, Troy NY with ample parking. And we are more than excited to be a part of the continue growing food scene in Downtown Troy. Our new location will be like the Wolf Rd location that provides delicious Ramen, Donburi, and Ban Mein to our dedicated customers.
Our Crossgate Mall location will permanently closed after 3/21/21 as its lease due to expire at the end of March 2021. We are grateful for the kind of support we received from our customers over the years we are in Crossgates Mall. Thank you! For the customers purchased our gift card, you can still redeem it in our location at 287 New Scotland Ave, Albany NY 12208 and Empire State Plaza Food Court location. It cannot be use at our location at 109 Wolf Rd, Albany NY 12205. If you wish to claim cash value for unused balance in your gift card (this only apply to Crossgates Mall location gift card), please submit your claim to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, phone number, and card number. We will reach out to you soon after we received the request.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Our restaurants will closed on Christmas Day, 12/25/2020.
For anyone who has been notified of winning One Bowl Initiative and hasn't reach out to us with their address. Please message us on Facebook so we can send out your gift certificate.
We truly appreciate the amount of support we received from our customers. It has not been a easy year for us, and we know it has not been a easy year for you too. As holidays are approaching, we want to give back to the community. We would like to introduce our project, One Bowl Initiative. From now til Dec 20, please go to our Facebook page, Kuma Ani Wolf and leave your name under One Bowl Initiative post. On Dec 21, we will reach out to 40 randomly selected people and mail out $15 gift certificates to them. Thank you, Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas!
As we try very hard to navigate through this pandemic and hopefully our customers are staying well and protected against Covid-19. Currently, our locations at 287 New Scotland Ave, 109 Wolf Rd, and Crossgates Mall Food Court are open. Our location at Empire State Plaza Grand Concourse Food Court is currently closed.
We are very excited to announce our newest addition, a Ramen Restaurant, on 109 Wolf Rd, Albany NY 12205, is now open for business. The noodles we use for our ramen are make in house, as well as tonkotsu broth, chicken broth. Aside from ramen, we are also introducing new dishes to our community, donburi and ban mein. Donburi is a rice bowl with toppings that are commonly eaten in Japan. And ban mein is a noodle dish that comes with topping and sauce that you have to blend everything together before you eat. This kind of noodles dish are rarely find out side of ethnic community and we are proud to bring these two exciting dishes for our customers. At Kuma Ani, each location might be different from each other, but we want to make sure the name means quality and exiciting food.
Even though ramen is more well known in US. People haven't paid enough attention to Donburi, which is Japanese rice bowl with delicious toppings. And with Ban Mein, Chinese dry noodle bowl mixed with sauce and toppings. It is our intention to bring unique culinary experience to our customers. We think Donburi and Ban Mein are delicious and fun to try.