What kind of food is ramen Tatsuya?

Ramen Tatsu-Ya brings the real ramen experience to Texans at their four Austin and Houston locations. We reccomend trying the Tonkotsu Original: super-creamy pork broth and traditional ramen noodles topped with scallions, mushrooms, a soft-boiled egg and pork meat.

Is the veggie ramen at Ramen Tatsuya vegan?

Our veggie ramen is a soy and mushroom broth with tons of vegetables, mushrooms, and bamboo. It’s delicious and 100% vegan.

When did Ramen Tatsuya open?

When the restaurant opened in 2012, it was a hit. By the time I discovered it in 2013, lines would wrap around the side of the building as people waited in anticipation for a warm, delicious bowl of ramen. Eventually, Ramen Tatsu-ya opened a second Austin location on South Lamar in 2015.

Is Ramen Tatsuya gluten free?

Ramen Tatsu-ya No, they don’t serve gluten free noodles, and many of their ingredients contain soy sauce, but those who aren’t extremely sensitive can substitute rice into any ramen bowl. Their light, refreshing desserts are mostly gluten free as well.

Who owns Tatsuya?

Tatsu Aikawa
Ramen Tatsu-ya is the long-awaited collaboration between local chefs/DJs, Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya Matsumoto. The two of them first met as they were busy making their marks on the Austin scene as hip-hop DJs.

What are the bombs at Ramen Tatsuya?

There are five bombs to chose from that can customize your flavor. CORN BOMB butter, honey – This one didn’t do much to mine, but it was creamy and good! SPICY BOMB red pepper paste – Loved the kick this added. FIRE IN A BOWL thai chili and habanero paste – Didn’t dare to try.

What is a yuzu bomb?

YUZU KOSHO BOMB Japanese citrus, serrano, jalapeño, garlic.

Is Ramen Tatsuya authentic?

Local chefs and DJs Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya Matsumoto intend to provide a “distinctly Japanese experience” in Austin and their new authentic ramen restaurant, Ramen Tatsu-ya, opens to much anticipation this week in North Central Austin (8557 Research Blvd #126, Austin, 78758).

Who started ramen Tatsuya?

Does ramen Tatsuya serve alcohol?

What kinds of drinks do you serve? We serve a selection of cold tea, mineral water, and soft drinks. Our alcoholic beverages include filtered and unfiltered sake, American and Japanese microbrews (and Kirin!), sake and beer cocktails, and food-friendly wine.

What is Nori in ramen?

Nori (seaweed) can be confusing for the uninitiated. If you’ve never had seaweed, you’re in for a treat. The salty food is paper thin and delicious, but fair warning: eat it quickly. Wait too long and it’ll get soggy in the broth.

Where are the best ramen shops in Austin?

Start your review of Ramen Tatsu-Ya. This is one of the best ramen shops in Austin. We were visiting the area a couple of weeks ago and our Austinite friend said we HAVE to go here. Naturally, we made a reservation for the next day. They do take walk-ins, but be prepared for a long wait.

What is your review of Ramen Tatsuya?

Start your review of Ramen Tatsu-Ya. Lovely restaurant! The Shoyu Ramen was a great portion and tasted delicious. Absolutely devoured the egg — it was even better than it looked. They were introducing a new way to seamlessly order using a website and Toast technology to continuously order without waiting for a server.

What is your review of Kemuri Tatsu-Ya?

Start your review of Kemuri Tatsu-ya. Came here on a Friday evening during a visit to Austin. My res was for 4, but only 2 of us made it. As a result, they were not able to seat us inside and we had to be seated outside. It was really cold, but they were nice about lighting the heaters promptly.

How much is a bowl of ramen at Ramen noodles?

We tried the original ramen and spicy miso. Both bowls are reasonably priced, around $13, and pack some serious flavor. The original tonkotsu broth is so rich and creamy. You can tell they boiled the chicken and pork bones for hours on end, just by your first sip of the broth.