“the first authentic, brick-and-mortar Japanese ramen shop”
he soulfulness at Tatsu-ya is palpable. The restaurant seats a mere 38 people, split between communal tables, bar seating and 3 tops. “We aim for a small but open and distinctly Japanese experience for diners to enjoy this real deal ramen. We hope guests will become engaged with not just the food, but with the people and thoughtful design around them,” Tatsu adds.
I know im in the minority here. But i really dont think they are that good. I found the ramen choices in China town 10x better.
Austin was a little late to the ramen game, but the milky broth of the Tonkatsu Special, flavored with pork bones that are slow-cooked for 60 hours, has made it all worthwhile. The assertive soup is a medley of noodles, scallions, sesame seeds and wood ear mushrooms, finished with a soy marinated egg and a thin slice of crisp-tender pork belly.
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Ramen Tatsu Ya
- Sun, Sat: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
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