Best New Ramen Shops

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Ramen Tatsu-ya; Austin

Opened by chefs Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya Matsumoto, formerly of the Michelin-starred L.A. restaurant Urasawa, this shop has quickly become Austin’s top ramen spot. Aikawa and Matsumoto are fanatical about the ramen experience. To that end: Broth simmers for up to 60 hours (giving it extraordinary depth of flavor); customers are required to use chopsticks (“training” versions are provided on request); and there’s no take-out (lest the creamy broth break or the noodles inch past al dente). Instead of dousing bowls with hot sauce, slurpers can order spice paste “bombs” to add heat.

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