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Swift’s Attic & Ramen Tatsu-Ya Unite to Create a Ramen-Inspired Burger

No noodles necessary.

Swift's Dip
Swift's Dip
Swift's Attic/Facebook
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Swift’s Attic and Ramen Tatsu-Ya joined together to create a special ramen burger, the Swift’s Dip. The collaborative dish is available only tonight for the downtown restaurant’s weekly Monday burger nights. Swift’s sous chef Zack Northcut built the dish around dipping tsukemen broth contributed by Ramen Tatsu-Ya owner and executive chef Tatsu Aikawa, according to a rep.

As seen on Swift’s Attic's Facebook page, the burger comes with a barbecue pork patty, foie pate, Asian slaw, cucumbers, jalapenos, and Kewpie mayonnaise, all sandwiched between a rice flour hoagie. It’s meant to be dipped into a bowl of pork bone broth. Nissin ramen fries are also served on the side.

Past Monday night burger collaborations include the Mellizoz Crazy burger with Mellizoz Tacos and Via 313’s When the Moon Hits Your Eye, made with cheesy bun bread from the pizza makers.

Swift's Attic

315 Congress Avenue, , TX 78701 (512) 482-8842 Visit Website

Ramen Tatsu-ya [Research Boulevard]

8557 Research Blvd, #126, Austin, TX 78758 (512) 834-8810 Visit Website