51 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Austin.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Salty Cargo, in the Hana World Market food court in North Austin, describes themselves as a restaurant with an Asian twist on Hawaiian staples.
Sap’s Ver Fine Thai Cuisine on Burnet Road in Allandale serves spicy noodle and curry dishes.
The Chinese restaurant Julie’s Noodles in North Austin is best known for their handmade noodles and beef noodle soup and dumplings.
The Mexican food truck Paprika ATX in the Highland neighborhood serves great tacos and tortas.
The Korean restaurant Charm BBQ Chicken in Anderson Mill in North Austin serves barbecue, fried chicken, and classic dishes like bibimbap.
New Fortune is a popular banquet-sized Chinese restaurant in Austin’s Chinatown Center.
Originally a food truck, Shishman Mediterranean Grill is a newish brick and mortar location right by the Crestview station.
House of Three Gorges in North Austin has an extensive menu of classic Sichuan dishes.
La Fruta Feliz is a Mexican restaurant on the East Side, near Airport and Manor, with great tacos, tortas, and juices.
Eldorado Cafe is a casual Mexican/Tex-Mex restaurant in North Shoal Creek from the longtime chef of Tacodeli.
Dough Boys is a wood-fired Neapolitan pizza truck in Arbor Food Park in East Austin
The Backspace is the second location of the Neapolitan pizzeria - the original is downtown, this location is on West Anderson Lane.
Slab BBQ on Research Boulevard is a chill, inexpensive North Austin barbecue spot that creatively mashes up different barbecue styles.