Talad is a food truck located at East 6th and Comal that specializes in Thai and Laotian cuisine. In addition to a number of smaller “street food” items - like Lao-style beef jerky or Moo Ping (caramelized, grilled pork skewers) - they have a whole menu of more substantial dishes. We love their Kua Mee (Lao-style fried noodles) and Hat Yai fried chicken, and their Pad Thai is one of our favorites in town. There’s also Thai tea and Thai coffee if you need a little afternoon (or anytime) boost.
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Kemuri Tatsu-ya is serving Japanese/barbecue/Tex-Mex fusion in East Austin, and it’s one of the greatest meals you can have in the city right now.
When you haven't seen an ocean in a while but can't quite afford a vacation, Last Straw has you covered with beach vibes and tiki drinks.
Buenos Aires Cafe, Este
Buenos Aires is a low-key Argentinian spot in East Austin with excellent empanadas. Use it for a casual weeknight dinner.
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Thai Thani is a food trailer tucked away behind a gas station on Manor Rd with a menu of classic Thai dishes.
Ah Sing Den
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.
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