2713 E. Second, 512/893-5561
photo by John Anderson
Eclectic izakaya from the owners of Ramen Tatsu-Ya incorporates elements of the Texas smokehouse. The "hot pocketz" are not to be missed.
Eastside izakaya rediscovers spirit of Austin
Brandon Watson, April 20, 2017
We explore the link between the culinary and musical in anticipation of Hot Luck
Veronica Meewes, May 24, 2018
Austin's influx of poke shops is very welcome, just not really Hawaiian
Melanie Haupt, May 3, 2018
Patio bar serving up highballs and Japanese curry next door to Ramen Tatsu-ya's East Austin location.
1600-B E. Sixth
Former Musashino chef Kazu Fukumoto's namesake izakaya features classic sushi, tempura, and yakitori. Saké and an unexpected beer list keep things rowdy.
514 Medina, 512/770-6880
Frequently named the best noodle purveyors in town, the Ramen Tatsu-ya team has perfected Japanese soul food. This original location is where the magic all started.
1600 E. Sixth