53 "Quick Eats" restaurants in Austin.
The menu at the South Austin trailer JNL Barbecue is pretty straightforward - except for the al pastor pork ribs.
Buddy’s Burger in North Austin serves excellent smashburgers that are caramelized and juicy.
Poke-Poke makes excellent Hawaiian-style poke served with rice or by-the-pound.
The Japanese restaurant Sugar Pine on Research Blvd in Wooten serves small plates like shrimp tempura, bento boxes, noodle dishes, and ice cream.
Salty Cargo, in the Hana World Market food court in North Austin, describes themselves as a restaurant with an Asian twist on Hawaiian staples.
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.
Carnitas El Guero, inside the Stassney Foodmart/Texaco on Stassney in South Austin, serves excellent carnitas tacos.
Granny’s Tacos serves excellent tacos, tortas, quesadillas, and more out of a food trailer in East Austin.
R&B’s offers up excellent cheesesteaks and cheesesteak fries out of a food trailer on East Cesar Chavez.
Breakfast and lunch tacos, menudo, and birria out of a food trailer on South Congress.
Talad is a food truck located at East 6th and Comal with a menu full of small Thai and Laotin "street foods" as well as heartier options.
JewBoy Burgers sells burgers, El Paso-style burritos, and latkes out of a newly-renovated space off 51st and Airport.