DipDipDip is a Japanese shabu-shabu place from the Ramen Tatsu-ya team where everyone gets their own individual pot of broth to cook in - so no need to fight for pot real estate. The options for broth, dips, meats, vegetables, and dumplings on the menu can be overwhelming, so we recommend the House Omakase - both so you don’t have to make decisions and because it’s the perfect sampler. You’ll get steak, pork, and meatballs to dip with sides like tofu skin stuffed with raclette and mushrooms that they call ‘pot pockets.’ Just be sure to order the Keep Austin Dipping queso so you can make your own Japan/Austin/Philly cheesesteak on a steamed bun.
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Machetes “Doña Leova”
Machetes Doña Leova on North Lamar does all sorts of things, including breakfast tacos, gorditas, huaraches, quesadillas, burritos, and machetes.
Nervous Charlie's in North Austin is one of the only places you can get a really solid bagel.
Yucatán Tacos & More
At Yucatan Tacos & More in the parking lot of a gas station on Braker and Burnet, you can, in fact, get tacos and more.
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Xian Sushi & Noodle
Xian makes some of our favorite hand-pulled noodles in town, in addition to sushi and other Chinese and Japanese dishes.
You don’t have to go to Uchi to get great raw fish. Komé is a reasonably-priced, high-quality alternative.
101 by Tea Haus
101 by Tea Haus is a fast-casual Asian-American restaurant in the Crescent Shopping Center.
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Kemuri Tatsu-ya is serving Japanese/barbecue/Tex-Mex fusion in East Austin, and it’s one of the greatest meals you can have in the city right now.
Ramen Tatsu-Ya isn’t just Austin’s triendiest ramen spot - it’s Austin’s best ramen spot.
Domo Alley-Gato on the East Side is from the Ramen Tatsu-ya team, serves great cocktails, and has a food truck out back, right by their cat shrine.
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