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9.3

Tsuke Edomae

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9.2
Raphael Brion
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8.5
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8.5
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ATX Review

Choo Sando

Choo Sando in Allandale serves Japanese sandos, lunch sushi boxes, and elaborate take-home omakase.

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ATX Guide

The Best Ramen In Austin

From chicken shoyu to pork tonkotsu, these are the best bowls of ramen in town.

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ATX Review

Nori

Nori is a plant-based and vegan Japanese restaurant on Guadalupe Street in Heritage/North University.

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ATX Review

Texas Sushiko

Texas Sushiko is a trailer located at Texas Saké Company in South Austin serving taco-style hand rolls.

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8.2

ATX Review

Kemuri Tatsu-Ya

Kemuri Tatsu-ya is a Japanese-meets-Texas Izakaya/barbecue restaurant in East Austin.

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8.1

ATX Review

Tiki Tatsu-Ya

Tiki Tatsu-Ya is a tiki bar and restaurant in South Austin from the Ramen Tatsu-Ya team.

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ATX Review

Bento Picnic

Bento Picnic sells healthy, Japanese-inspired bento boxes in East Austin, with a natural wine shop in the back and a large patio out front.

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9.3

ATX Review

Tsuke Edomae

Tsuke Edomae is an excellent sushi omakase restaurant in Mueller.

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7.7

ATX Review

Uroko

A casual, quick sushi spot on the East Side with great handrolls and a 45-minute omakase Friday and Saturday nights.

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ATX Review

Hush Omakase + Makaseru

Hush Omakase + Makaseru is a sushi restaurant in East Riverside.

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7.7

ATX Review

Sushi | Bar ATX

Sushi | Bar serves a sushi omakase inside Bento Picnic in East Austin.

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ATX Review

Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen

Lucky Robot serves sushi, ramen, and other Japanese bites out of a restaurant on South Congress.

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ATX Review

Komé: Sushi Kitchen

Komé in Ridgetop is a Japanese restaurant perhaps best known for its action-packed sushi rolls, bento boxes, and ramen.

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6.8

ATX Review

Kanji Ramen

Kanji Ramen in North Austin serves a specialty of a pork bone-based tonkotsu broth.

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7.0

ATX Review

Michi Ramen

Michi Ramen’s claim to fame is the seemingly infinite amount of customization you can get.

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7.4

ATX Review

EurAsia Ramen

EurAsia Ramen in Allandale serves a short and simple menu of solidly-executed sushi, poke bowls, bento boxes, and ramen.

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8.0

ATX Review

Ramen Tatsu-Ya South Lamar

The South Lamar location is way bigger and closer to downtown that the original shop, and even better, they still serve the same great ramen.

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8.4

ATX Review

Sazan Ramen

Sazan Ramen in the Highland neighborhood serves up excellent bowls of paitan ramen with an extensive selection of Japanese whiskeys.

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8.0

ATX Review

Ramen Tatsu-Ya East Austin

Ramen Tatsu-Ya on the East Side is one of the best spots to grab a bowl of ramen after a night out.

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ATX Review

Sugar Pine

The Japanese restaurant Sugar Pine on Research Blvd in Wooten serves bento boxes, noodle dishes, and ice cream.