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100 thoughts on “The Best Little Ramen In Texas: Ramen Tatsu-Ya (Chef’s Night Out)

  1. Their sister is really really really pretty. There would be no way i could focus on the food no matter how good it was.

  2. see with all the modern dishes where the main guy's girl friend works, all the food would be completely new to me and it all seems very different and strange so idk if id be able to crave it… always open to trying something new but spending $50 on a small entre i probably wont like seems like a stretch.

  3. that pizza looks disgusting – thick crust burnt pepperoni n lil sauce. no wonder it needs a dipping sauce.

  4. Other than the food, I'd hate this kind of night out. Why waste money on cigs and drinks when you can just buy more food!

  5. I've been here before! Idk why I had low expectations eating ramen in Texas, but it was hella good!

  6. Drunk cooking is best cooking, make something crazy that turns out good. The only down side is you don't remember wtf you did or how you did it the next morning.

  7. I am completely, unashamedly addicted to Ramen Tatsu-Ya.  I eat there once a week, and crave it the other 6 days.  The Miso-hot is so damned good; as are the Yodas.  I kinda have a man crush on Shion after watching this.  I bet he'd be fun as sh!t to hang out with.

  8. These people are not Japanese, they are Zainichi Koreans charging over $10 for a bowl of ramen that you could get for about $6 in Japan which has a much higher cost of living. Considering they are in Texas which has lower cost of living and lower business taxes and rent, they should be selling a bowl for less than $5. Go to Japan for real ramen made by real Japanese, not Zainichi Koreans

  9. You know they had the major pain shits the night after and all those “hot girls” farted and squirted shit in a toilet.

  10. I love these guys! Love the passion, the obsession… nothing like this in switzerland

  11. Got to eat here, we had a party of seven and we had a SIX HUNDRED DOLLAR MINIMUM, we barely made it through lol, food was awesome though

  12. I Work right next door to the location in Houston, Texas. in the heart of Montrose! I love their curry bowl appetizer as well as their sweet and sour yodas *drool… im a vegetarian unfortunately lolol so I always get the veggie ramen that's made with a deep and amazing mushroom broth. I always leave happy <3 Everyone here at Violet Tiger Tattoo Parlor loves you!

  13. Haha I went to Texas culinary academy in Austin by the Domain I love your freaking ramen I’ve posted probably hundreds of videos of me eating there . I go to the 183 location this is so dope to watch I totally wish I could make that dipping broth it’s decadent AF! What would you say is your personal favorite?

  14. Haha I went to Texas culinary academy in Austin by the Domain I love your freaking ramen I’ve posted probably hundreds of videos of me eating there . I go to the 183 location this is so dope to watch I totally wish I could make that dipping broth it’s decadent AF! What would you say is your personal favorite?

  15. I visited Austin last month and this place is sooo good. I've been trying to find a good ramen place in jacksonville, fl and so far nothing beats this place.

  16. Never realized how many chefs drink fernet lol..the last 5 chefs night out videos I’ve watched have revolved around Fernet

  17. This video, as awesome as it was, still cant do justice to the sheer excellence of Ramen-Tatsu-Ya. It's really the reigning champ of Ramen in Texas. As close to a religious experience as you can get with food

  18. this and the fat rice episode definitely has some of the best post-night meal at the end. I never thought of serving tsukemen in a sort of party platter like that, brilliant

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