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À propos de ce logement
Chef/owners Tatsu Aikawa and Tako Matsumoto — the pair behind Ramen Tatsu-ya — are known for melding the food of their ancestors with that of their hometown, and at Kemuri Tatsu-ya they take it to the next level. Branded as a "Texas izakaya" and housed in an old barbecue joint, the restaurant serves up traditional Japanese bar fare but with a Southern spin: "hot pocketz" with gouda and brisket; chili cheese takoyaki; and guaca-poke are just a few of the fusion favorites. In typical izakaya fashion, the food is designed with drinking in mind — so be sure to sample something off the innovative cocktail menu, which is heavy on flavored shochu, sake, and both Japanese and Texas whiskeys.
Conseils des habitants
Japanese dishes with a Texan/barbecue flair such as smoked melt-in-your-mouth brisket, kurobuta pork belly, Tokyo street corn, and the BBQ tsukemen ramen with brisket & smoked jalapeño.
1 of 2 EXCELLENT Japanese/Texas BBQ fusion restaurants in the city. It's a combo that sounds weird, but works out beautifully! Small-bites, tapas style, servings that can get pricey pretty quick, but you won't regret it!
Japanese tex-mex fusion Super cool trendy indoor/outdoor space Expensive but unique food items
Casual izakaya & bar serving meat-centric shareable plates with Japanese & Texan influences. Great atmosphere and decor.
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