15 "Central Austin" Restaurants in Austin.
Korea House offers a wide range of Korean staples, like japchae, bibimbap, and budae jjigae.
The Japanese restaurant Sugar Pine on Research Blvd in Wooten serves small plates like shrimp tempura, bento boxes, noodle dishes, and ice cream.
Heo Eatery focuses on mostly-Vietnamese, Asian street food, with things like banh mi, baos, and boba tea.
Don is a popular food trailer serving up classic Japanese donburi bowls in the campus area.
Posse East, just north of campus, is a sports bar that’s been around since 1971.
Sap’s Ver Fine Thai Cuisine on Burnet Road in Allandale serves spicy noodle and curry dishes.
Birria tacos, quesabirria, birria quesadillas, tortas, and consomé out of a food trailer near 7th and Lamar.
The Mexican food truck Paprika ATX in the Highland neighborhood serves great tacos and tortas.
JewBoy Burgers sells burgers, El Paso-style burritos, and latkes out of a newly-renovated space off 51st and Airport.
Originally a food truck, Shishman Mediterranean Grill is a newish brick and mortar location right by the Crestview station.
Otherside Deli makes some of our favorite sandwiches in Austin, including reubens with their housemade pastrami.
Ramen 512, famous for their sold out popups, has found a permanent home, inside the new “cloud kitchen” Kitchen United Mix.
The best biscuits in Austin just got better with a new biscuit-based sandwich takeout spot.
Kreyol Korner is a Haitian food truck in the Brentwood neighborhood.