Funky ice cream creations with names like Miso PB&J and the chocolate-caramel-shitake Shroom of Doom. Located next door to DipDipDip Tatsu-ya.
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.
On Mondays, this sushi joint adds karaoke for those 21 and older, which gives you some idea of the party put on nightly by chef DK Lee. The menu features both Korean and Japanese favorites.
Patio bar serving up highballs and Japanese curry next door to Ramen Tatsu-ya's East Austin location.
This restaurant serves up Japanese surf and turf with myriad options for sushi and teppanyaki, popular tableside hibachi-grilled meats.
Former Musashino chef Kazu Fukumoto's namesake izakaya features classic sushi, tempura, and yakitori. Saké and an unexpected beer list keep things rowdy.
Haru’s sushiya (formerly known as Hanabi Sushi) presents the freshest sashimi in the most exquisite platings, especially if you splurge with the omakase.
Find Korean fare as well as the traditional Japanese items and, of course, sushi, with a focus on taste as well as presentation.
Austin outpost of popular ramen chain.
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