73 "Cheap Eats" restaurants in Austin.
Cuba Bakery & Cafe is a small shop in a Round Rock strip mall making excellent Cuban sandwiches, pastries, and coffees.
Cafe Nena’i is a small, mother-and-daughter owned Latin American bakery and cafe near Riverside and Montopolis where nothing on the menu is over $5.
Don is a popular food trailer serving up classic Japanese donburi bowls in the campus area.
Baguette house is a longstanding cafe in Austin’s Chinatown, best known for their banh mi.
Posse East, just north of campus, is a sports bar that’s been around since 1971.
Breakfast and lunch tacos, menudo, and birria out of a food trailer on South Congress.
El Borrego De Oro serves a large menu of Mexican classics, like fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, and soups.
Birria tacos, quesabirria, birria quesadillas, tortas, and consomé out of a food trailer near 7th and Lamar.
Machetes Doña Leova on North Lamar does all sorts of things, including breakfast tacos, gorditas, huaraches, quesadillas, burritos, and machetes.
Abo Youssef is a food truck making excellent Mediterranean food out of a gas station parking lot off Manor Road.
JewBoy Burgers sells burgers, El Paso-style burritos, and latkes out of a newly-renovated space off 51st and Airport.
Thai Thani is a food trailer tucked away behind a gas station on Manor Rd with a menu of classic Thai dishes.
Originally a food truck, Shishman Mediterranean Grill is a newish brick and mortar location right by the Crestview station.
Xian makes some of our favorite hand-pulled noodles in town, in addition to sushi and other Chinese and Japanese dishes.
The trailer Artipasta serves fresh handmade pasta, and it’s possibly some of the best in town. It’s located in the Thicket Food Park in South Austin.