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Ramen Tatsu-ya

Editors' Pick
Our Tip The fresh, thin noodles, made by their "noodle-guy" in LA, are so perfectly toothsome they could make any Italian grandma cry.
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Ramen Tatsu-ya Finally Opens in Austin

Ramen Tatsu-ya Finally Opens in Austin

In the food world, Austin is known for three things in particular: tacos, barbecue and food trucks. Sadly, Asian food hasn't really found a home in Austin, save for Tyson Cole's Asian-inspired big hitters Uchi and Uchiko which, although amazing, are in their own category. But recently, Ramen Tatsu-ya opened and every night has been packed wall to wall.

Cheap Eats in Austin: 10 Dishes We Love Under $10

Cheap Eats in Austin: 10 Dishes We Love Under $10

With several new restaurants opening every month, there's no shortage of great places to eat in Austin. But because most of these new places typically charge $20 to $30 per entrĂ©e, it can be hard on both your stomach and your wallet to keep up. Don't feel too bad for us Austinites, though—there are plenty of budget-friendly options out there if you know where to look. Here are ten of our favorites!