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2017 Rising Stars: Tatsu Aikawa

NOVEMBER 9, 2017  |  STAR CHEFS

Tatsu Aikawa is a dreamer in every sense. He immigrated from Japan to Austin and rose from a paid-under-the-table dishwasher to Michelin-star sushi apprentice and now Austin’s king of Japanese cool.


Best Noodles / Ramen 2017

NOVEMBER 2, 2017  |  AUSTIN CHRONICLE

“My child was conceived after ramen at Ramen Tatsu-Ya, then sustained on tonkotsu for nine months. Now he is 4 and won’t eat his ramen at any other establishment. He loves his tsukemen!”


Best Ramen 2017

OCTOBER 12, 2017  |  HOUSTON PRESS

What makes the best ramen in town? Is it the broth alone, that creamy, porky liquid, or the tender, fatty chashu (soy-marinated pork belly) that falls apart at the lightest urging of a chopstick?


25 Iconic Meat Dishes in Austin

AUGUST 9, 2017  |  EATER AUSTIN

The broth of Ramen Tatsu-Ya’s tonkatsu original is one of the most time-intensive and tastiest meat preparations in town, found at both locations of the restaurant.


The Best Things We Ate This Month in Houston – June 2017

JUNE 28, 2017  |  HOUSTON PRESS

Hush Piggies, Bayou Goo and catfish tacos; here are the 23 best things that we ate this month in Houston.


Where to Go to Escape the Crowds During SXSW

MARCH 7, 2017  |  FOOD & WINE

After a few days of SXSW, all that many of the tens of thousands of attendees will be looking for is a break from the madness.


Austin’s Ramen Tatsu-ya coming to Houston

NOVEMBER 11, 2016  |  HOUSTON CHRONICLE

Ramen Tatsu-ya, the Austin-based ramen restaurant that is recognized nationally for its delectable bowls of brothy noodles, announced Friday it is expanding into the Houston market.


Acclaimed Austin Restaurant Joins Houston’s Ramen Boom

NOVEMBER 11, 2016  | CULTURE MAP HOUSTON

CultureMap first reported about Tatsu-Ya’s plans in March, when the company purchased a property on California Street for its third location.


Acclaimed Austin Restaurant Joins Houston’s Ramen Boom

NOVEMBER 11, 2016  | CULTURE MAP HOUSTON

CultureMap first reported about Tatsu-Ya’s plans in March, when the company purchased a property on California Street for its third location.