FIRST PLATES 2013

John Anderson

Ramen Tatsu-Ya

Nestled in the back corner of the Research Boulevard shopping center amid neighbors Din Ho Chinese BBQ and Sunflower, Ramen Tatsu-ya is hands-down the year's hottest new restaurant. The house-made noodles are tender, the broth is velvety and plentiful, and the decor is a fascinating blend of modern and rustic. – Melanie Haupt

Favorite Plate: Tonkotsu Original Ramen Bowl

At the forefront of Austin's ramen revolution, the Ramen Tatsu-Ya team has perfected Japanese soul food. For me, the original Tonkotsu Ramen Bowl was love at first bite. Loaded with layers of flavor, the creamy, slow-simmered pork broth floats tender pork belly, marinated egg, wood ear mushrooms, and scallions in warm, delicious harmony. Plus, it's a steal at only $8.50. – Jessi Cape more Favorite Plates »

8557 Research #126

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