Starting as a food truck, this place takes on a brick-and-mortar business competing admirably against Austin's other ramen contenders. Housemade gyoza, Chashu Don of roast pork and rice, among other deviations, make this spot more than a one-trick pony.
The second location of the cult ramen shop feature the same delicious broths, toppings, and bombs. But south Austinites can now save a little fuel.
Projected opening date: Late 2018
This new venture, poised to open right next door to the Ramen Tatsu-Ya on S. Lamar, promises to be a happy variation on the theme. The Tatsu-Ya team promises funky interpretations of classic Tiki drinks like the Zombie and the Singapore Sling, plus brand new creations mixing Tiki’s aesthetic exuberance with Japanese flavors, as well as their take on Tiki cuisine.
Chef Tyson Cole's now-legendary restaurant was a game changer, putting the local scene on the national food map and ushering in a new era of fine dining in Austin. Sushi ranges from fresh scallops, tuna, and seafood to negitoro rolls, seaweed, and chicken salad, and all are highly rated. Reservations recommended.
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