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Michi Ramen’s claim to fame is the seemingly infinite amount of customization you can get.
Ramen Del Barrio
Grab a bowl of Japanese-Mexican fusion ramen at Ramen Del Barrio in the Hana World Market food court in North Austin.
Lucky Robot Japanese Kitchen
Lucky Robot serves sushi, ramen, and Nikkei-style plates out of a restaurant on South Congress.
The Best Ramen In Austin
From chicken shoyu to pork tonkotsu, these are the best bowls of ramen in town.
Ramen512 is making some of the best ramen in Austin out of a small strip mall location in Cedar Park
Marufuku is a ramen shop in Mueller with tonkotsu and tori paitan broths.
BBQ Ramen Tatsu-Ya
BBQ Ramen Tatsu-Ya is a ramen spot near Mueller with lots of barbecue-inspired flavors and meats.
Ramen Tatsu-Ya South
Ramen Tatsu-Ya South is the southernmost outpost of the Ramen Tatsu-Ya empire in Austin.
EurAsia Ramen in Allandale serves a short and simple menu of solidly-executed sushi, poke bowls, bento boxes, and ramen.
Kanji Ramen in North Austin serves a specialty of a pork bone-based tonkotsu broth.
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.
Sazan Ramen in the Highland neighborhood serves up excellent bowls of paitan ramen with an extensive selection of Japanese whiskeys.
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.
Ramen Tatsu-Ya is one of the most popular ramen spots in the city, and this is the location that started it all.