DipDipDip Tatsu-ya

7301 Burnet Rd. #101, 737/701-6767

photo by John Anderson

At this upscale Japanese hot pot experience from the team behind Ramen Tatsu-ya and Kemuri Tatsu-ya, diners cook raw ingredients at their table in a pot of simmering broth. In record time, it's become one of Austin's most acclaimed restaurants. Reservations a must.
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