What is a major city restaurant scene these days without a trendy ramen spot? Currently occupying that role in Austin is Ramen Tatsu-Ya, which serves a very good tonkotsu ramen and something called the “Munchie Katsu Slider,” which is basically a tiny deep-fried hamburger, topped with katsu sauce and vinegar slaw. Good luck not eating ten of them.
This classic bowl of ramen (with chicken shoyu broth and pork chashu) is probably Austin’s best one.
As stated above, it’s a tiny deep-fried hamburger. What more do you need to know?