Dipdipdip Tatsu-Ya

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  • Evan Gardner
  • 9 months ago
Style over substance here. I have dined at a lot of nice restaurants that warrant multiple visits and high praise: Lenoir, Juniper, Uchi, Red Ash, Aba, Barley Swine. But never before have I come away feeling so disgusted in the pretentiousness of DipDipDip and so terribly disappointed in the meal itself. I found it hilarious this patrons are sat within 8-12" of each others elbows and yet people are still coming and going to the restroom with a mask. How stupid are we all? The restaurant is literally crammed with people where it's a delicate act to set food down or position the wait staff to explain each thing while not interrupting a conversation a couple of feet away. I did not know what to expect going in, and maybe it would have helped knowing that I would be facing course after course of flavorless meats and mild broths that require the subtle flare of sauces to make everything edible. Let me quickly inform everyone: this restaurant is mostly entertainment. You choose between...

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Address: 7301 Burnet Rd Ste 101, Crestview, Austin, Texas  78757, US
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Opening Hours:

  Monday 5–10PM
  Tuesday 5–10PM
  Wednesday 5–10PM
  Thursday 5–10PM
  Friday 5–11PM
  Saturday 5–11PM
  Sunday 5–10PM

About the Business:

dipdipdip Tatsu-Ya is a Shabu-shabu restaurant located at 7301 Burnet Rd Ste 101, Crestview, Austin, Texas  78757, US.

The business is listed under shabu-shabu restaurant category. It has received 296 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 stars. Their services include Dine-in, Delivery, Takeout .

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Reviews:

  • Evan Gardner
  • 9 months ago
Style over substance here. I have dined at a lot of nice restaurants that warrant multiple visits and high praise: Lenoir, Juniper, Uchi, Red Ash, Aba, Barley Swine. But never before have I come away feeling so disgusted in the pretentiousness of DipDipDip and so terribly disappointed in the meal itself. I found it hilarious this patrons are sat within 8-12" of each others elbows and yet people are still coming and going to the restroom with a mask. How stupid are we all? The restaurant is literally crammed with people where it's a delicate act to set food down or position the wait staff to explain each thing while not interrupting a conversation a couple of feet away. I did not know what to expect going in, and maybe it would have helped knowing that I would be facing course after course of flavorless meats and mild broths that require the subtle flare of sauces to make everything edible. Let me quickly inform everyone: this restaurant is mostly entertainment. You choose between...
  • Foodwinetour
  • 9 months ago
Food => 𝟲/𝟭𝟬 Ambience => 𝟯/𝟭𝟬 Customer service => 𝟱/𝟭𝟬 Quality Price Ratio => 𝟰/𝟭𝟬 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐰 The food is behind the show. This restaurant is entertainment. Your table is so narrow that the dishes are place in vertical. Diners are within 1 foot one from others. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐁𝐫𝐨𝐭𝐡 Is like water with some flavor. Flavorless. We request for some spicy or any savory to add to the broth. Never came. I ask for more broth, and the waiter put into my broth water! clean water! 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐅𝐨𝐨𝐝 Vegetables serve without style, in a box, and cabbage with some pieces with stem... I have eaten shabu-shabu and sukiyaki in Tokyo, and completely different, broth and ingredients. Anyway, food is more or less good or not... but chaotic. Slowly service, our second drink came 15 minutes after ordering them. The Wagyu came 20 minutes after we finished all... same for noodles. The waiters asked us for forgiveness... Noodles have no sense when you are finished all. Excessively noisy. We finished later than our diner neighbors...
  • Nicole Greenfield
  • 10 months ago
Truly a unique experience. We did the tasting menu with the sake pairings - the knowledge all the servers had of our courses and sake pairings was incredible. We learned so much! Everyone was so attentive and helpful! Incredible service and incredible food! We even came back the following day to try their ice cream and our server and the host remembered us! Thank you so much for a wonderful dining experience- we will be back!
  • Atticus Li
  • 11 months ago
Where do I start? I went here for my birthday and I had an amazing time. The service was too notch, the food was so unique and tasty. The waitstaff was just absolutely top notch, so knowledgeable and so friendly. Also, it was our first time trying Japanese hot pot and it was a great experience. Thank you!
  • Linda Leang
  • 1 year ago
I cannot stop raving about my birthday experience at dip dip dip. I initially had some doubts about my reservation mainly because hot weather and hot soup just didn’t sound like a good idea. The minute you enter the threshold, you are instantly transported to a small Japanese village and it feels like you are having dinner under the stars. We ordered the Omakase, it was so much fun. The staff all work together and do amazing job choreographing each and every bite. The cocktails were amazing. They went the extra mile and got a birthday card signed by the staff for me, the table was gifted a light bright iced dessert and they gave me their house made chili oil as a present. It was so special. Seriously. Book the reservation and go!

Health and Safety:

  • Reservations required
  • Staff wear masks
  • Staff get temperature checks
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Dine-in
  • Delivery
  • Takeout

Offers:

  • Alcohol
  • Beer
  • Cocktails
  • Comfort food
  • Healthy options
  • Vegetarian options

Short Features:

Sleek restaurant for Japanese hot pots Modern locale for Japanese shabu-shabu, where meats & veggies are simmered in communal hot pots.

Plannings:

  • Dinner reservations recommended
  • Accepts reservations
  • Usually a wait

FAQ:

dipdipdip Tatsu-Ya is open the following days:

Monday :  5–10PM
Tuesday :  5–10PM
Wednesday :  5–10PM
Thursday :  5–10PM
Friday :  5–11PM
Saturday :  5–11PM
Sunday :  5–10PM

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"Style over substance here. I have dined at a lot of nice restaurants that warrant multiple visits and high praise: Lenoir, Juniper, Uchi, Red Ash, Aba, Barley Swine. But never before have I come away feeling so disgusted in the pretentiousness of DipDipDip and so terribly disappointed in the meal itself. I found it hilarious this patrons are sat within " of each others elbows and yet people are still coming and going to the restroom with a mask. How stupid are we all? The restaurant is literally crammed with people where it's a delicate act to set food down or position the wait staff to explain each thing while not interrupting a conversation a couple of feet away. I did not know what to expect going in, and maybe it would have helped knowing that I would be facing course after course of flavorless meats and mild broths that require the subtle flare of sauces to make everything edible. Let me quickly inform everyone: this restaurant is mostly entertainment. You choose between 4 broths that all lack any real depth of flavor: be it salty, savory, sweet. The kelp broth is alike an earthy water. The spicy smoke chipotle tastes like my 2 year old dumped McCormick seasoning into plain water. Michi Ramen puts any of these broths to shame. You then proceed to cook and stew your own deli meats or vegetables in this flavorless broth. In fact, they advertise the addition of "flavor bombs" to help amp up each dish. My goodness they even failed here. You will be told that "the finest rice in all of Japan" sits before you. And then you realize it is almost indiscernible from any other quality sticky rice. You can opt to pay a little more and receive a placard to reassure you that the quality of your unseasoned beef deli meat is officially awesome. If you have to tell me I'm about to eat something amazing and to behold, then it's probably bologna. All was not lost: the raw swordfish was excellent as was a cheese filled egg/flour? dumpling of sorts. But worry not, because queso will pair nicely with everything provided that evening. I genuinely feel foolish for having been swindled by such average...below average food at a Barley Swine or Uchi price. We capped off a regrettable meal with a minute wait for pomegranate shaved ice with seeds. That part didn't suck but I was ready to get the hell out."

"Food => 𝟲/𝟭𝟬 Ambience => 𝟯/𝟭𝟬 Customer service => 𝟱/𝟭𝟬 Quality Price Ratio => 𝟰/𝟭𝟬 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝐒𝐡𝐨𝐰 The food is behind the show. This restaurant is entertainment. Your table is so narrow that the dishes are place in vertical. Diners are within 1 foot one from others. 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐁𝐫𝐨𝐭𝐡 Is like water with some flavor. Flavorless. We request for some spicy or any savory to add to the broth. Never came. I ask for more broth, and the waiter put into my broth water! clean water! 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐅𝐨𝐨𝐝 Vegetables serve without style, in a box, and cabbage with some pieces with stem... I have eaten shabu-shabu and sukiyaki in Tokyo, and completely different, broth and ingredients. Anyway, food is more or less good or not... but chaotic. Slowly service, our second drink came minutes after ordering them. The Wagyu came minutes after we finished all... same for noodles. The waiters asked us for forgiveness... Noodles have no sense when you are finished all. Excessively noisy. We finished later than our diner neighbors, but they started after us. One detail: the waiter congratulates to my diner neighbor because his birthday, and gave him a gift. Not to me, instead, I wrote in the booking order it was my birthday. Oyster and Wagyu are ok. 𝗖𝗼𝗻𝗰𝗹𝘂𝘀𝗶𝗼𝗻: it's a show where your table is soooo narrow, people are so close to each other, the service needs to be explained a lot, service is chaotic and more than 5 different waiters is attending to you, so they forgot your orders. I understand is a good place to go to have fun. I don't eat well and don't have fun. I take 2 hours and minutes for the dinner. Crazy."

"Truly a unique experience. We did the tasting menu with the sake pairings - the knowledge all the servers had of our courses and sake pairings was incredible. We learned so much! Everyone was so attentive and helpful! Incredible service and incredible food! We even came back the following day to try their ice cream and our server and the host remembered us! Thank you so much for a wonderful dining experience- we will be back!"

"Where do I start? I went here for my birthday and I had an amazing time. The service was too notch, the food was so unique and tasty. The waitstaff was just absolutely top notch, so knowledgeable and so friendly. Also, it was our first time trying Japanese hot pot and it was a great experience. Thank you!"

"I cannot stop raving about my birthday experience at dip dip dip. I initially had some doubts about my reservation mainly because hot weather and hot soup just didn’t sound like a good idea. The minute you enter the threshold, you are instantly transported to a small Japanese village and it feels like you are having dinner under the stars. We ordered the Omakase, it was so much fun. The staff all work together and do amazing job choreographing each and every bite. The cocktails were amazing. They went the extra mile and got a birthday card signed by the staff for me, the table was gifted a light bright iced dessert and they gave me their house made chili oil as a present. It was so special. Seriously. Book the reservation and go!"

dipdipdip Tatsu-Ya has 4.4 stars from 296 reviews.

The address of dipdipdip Tatsu-Ya is 7301 Burnet Rd Ste 101, Crestview, Austin, Texas, US.

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