Kome Sushi storefront. Photo by Raven Jordan

It’s been a busy time for new businesses coming to Lake Highlands. Two more eateries quietly opened over the holidays.

Komé Sushi and Handroll Bar at The Hill and Yely Cafe, a boba and matcha beverage shop, both opened in December.

Komé opened in what was previously the Sushi de Handroll space. Owner and head chef Roy Ahn has several other restaurants across Dallas-Fort Worth, including Sushi Zen, Sushi Zena and Little Katana.

Yely Cafe is owned by three friends and located at Creekside Shopping Center. It’s just between Wingstop and Cookie Cutters. The menu includes bubble tea, coffee and desserts made from fresh ingredients.