Ramen Tatsu-ya

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Details
8557 Research Blvd, #126 (Research & Fairfield)
Austin, TX 78758
(512) 834-8810
Ramen, Noodles, Asian
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

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  • It's like Hopdoddy. For Ramen. You know what that means. Long lines and cool atmosphere for food that's fucking worth it.
  • I'm not saying you should go to Target to buy box wine to drink in line, but it's not the worst idea ever.
  • This tiny strip mall noodle shop sees patrons line up before the doors even open, in weather more suited to sno-cones than soup, for a taste of their small but expertly executed menu.
  • Yes, the ramen is authentic and delicious, but its the spicy edamame tossed with citrus, fresh jalapeos, shichimi spice, and sea salt we're obsessed with. End your meal with the green tea mochi ice.
  • The tonkatsu ramen broth is great. Loved the egg and pork belly that are served with it. Also, the almond tofu is light and refreshing.
  • The tonkotsu ramen is the best ramen in Austin, which is why its on our list of The Tastes That Make the City: Austin.
  • Popular for a reason. The ramen here is top notch. Better review on Supper: http://supper.mx/places/ramen-tatsu-ya-austin/
  • The #2 with brussels sprouts and corn bomb is incredibly rich and the flavor is just beautiful.
  • Don't try the ramen! It's like crack and you will become an addict. Trust me, I know!!!
  • This strip mall noodle shop sees patrons line up before the doors even open, in weather more suited to sno-cones than soup, for a taste of their small but expertly executed menu. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tonkotsu Ramen: You'll likely wait 30 minutes to an hour to try this sublime soup.
  • The sweet & sour yodas are grilled brussel sprouts that taste amazing in the rich tonkatsu broth. They cleanse your palate so the broth doesn't overwhelm. One order is enough for 2-3 people.
  • The fresh, thin noodles, made by their "noodle-guy" in LA, are so perfectly toothsome they could make any Italian grandma cry.
  • Unlike a lot of places in Austin, the line is actually worth the wait and the staff is pretty helpful rather than a bunch of folks sitting around trying to be hip or trendy.
  • Did you know they are now open for lunch?? They are only offering the ol skool soup at lunch time, get the extra garlic!
  • Best Ramen I have had outside of Kyoto. The Original is creamy and delicate. The Mi-so-hot has great depth of flavor and nice kick. The Tonkatsu sliders are a must order as well.
  • They have great artwork on the bathroom walls. :p
  • When you see a bunch of hipsters lined up to go to a ramen place.......don't do it.
  • Get the #2 with extra garlic! Most definitely worth the long(ish) wait times..
  • It's way up north and there's almost always a wait, but if you want ramen in Austin, this is currently your best bet.