17 "Chinese" Restaurants in Austin.
The Chinese restaurant Julie’s Noodles in North Austin is best known for their handmade noodles and beef noodle soup and dumplings.
Din Ho Chinese BBQ in North Austin serves excellent roast duck and barbecued pork.
Sichuan River serves up excellent Sichuan-style Chinese food out of a strip mall restaurant in South Austin.
New Fortune is a popular banquet-sized Chinese restaurant in Austin’s Chinatown Center.
House of Three Gorges in North Austin has an extensive menu of classic Sichuan dishes.
Xian makes some of our favorite hand-pulled noodles in town, in addition to sushi and other Chinese and Japanese dishes.
101 by Tea Haus is a fast-casual Asian-American restaurant in the Crescent Shopping Center.
Fried chicken sandwiches and wings with a variety of Asian-inspired flavors.
Steamies sells frozen handmade Chinese dumplings in the Crescent shopping center in the Highland neighborhood.
Bring a friend or a date to Bar Peached in Clarksville and they’ll be impressed by the food, bright interior, and affordable prices.
Lin Asian Bar is a new spot from a Wu Chow chef in Clarksville - head here for the soup dumplings and other dim sum dishes in a bright space.
Loro is an Asian smokehouse from the teams behind Franklin Barbecue and Uchi. And yes, it’s exactly as great as you’d expect.
The Peached Tortilla on North Burnet serves everything from tacos to burgers to pork buns, and has one of the best Happy Hours in North Austin.
Ah Sing Den is a cocktail bar on East Sixth that’s named after a famous London opium den. Come here for cocktails, or to eat Asian bar food until 2am.