Ramen Tatsu-ya

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Ramen Tatsu-ya
Photograph: Courtesy Ramen Tatsu-ya/Chiai Matsumoto

Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya Matsumoto dreamt up the concept for Ramen Tatsu-ya after living in Los Angeles and Japan, two cities in which authentic ramen shops are as common as they are delicious. With Ramen Tatsu-ya, they have absolutely seduced Austin with their classic approach to ramen. The rich, aromatic broth is time- and labor-intensive, and fresh noodles created in partnership with L.A.-based noodle maker Keisuke-san, are shipped in weekly. Order the tonkotsu original (creamy pork bone broth, chashu pork, marinated soft boiled egg, mushrooms, scallions) and a side order of sweet and sour yodas (sauteed brussels sprouts tossed in apricot vinegar and curry)—a perfectly acidic accompaniment to the rich ramen.

By: Anastacia Uriegas


Venue name: Ramen Tatsu-ya
Address: 8557 Research Blvd
Ste 126
Cross street: at Fairfield Dr
Opening hours: Daily 11am-10pm
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