At Houndstooth, baristas treat coffee with reverence.
Dirt cheap ramen changed my life. If not for those 10-cent cellophane bags of freeze-dried noodles and bits of what-in-the-hell, I would have dropped out of college.
After forever changing Austin's perception of ramen, Tatsu Aikawa and Takuya “Tako” Matsumoto turned their talents toward fusing the Japanese cuisine of their heritage with the Texas barbecue of their youth.
The pleasant surprise was the stir fried green beans with tofu perfectly cooked like thick-cut French fries: crispy-crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
Dai Due is a carnivore’s delight, and the restaurant includes a butcher’s shop, so leave the vegans at home.
We don’t have kids, but if we did, we’d probably be here weekly. And given the depth of the menu, we need to come back during prime evening hours to check out the other bites.
...if [June's] was walking distance from our house, we'd be here all day every week checking out the rest of the menu as well as Sunday Pub Night with Indian food and June's Tunes.