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Titaya's, Take Two
Was it worth the wait?
Food Story  July 24, 2014, by Jessi Cape
"...I'm a free agent, just looking for a quick galangal root bump, a sinus and soul cleansing hit. Still, Titaya's has been on my short list of favorites for years..."

Enjoyed Titaya's Thai Cuisine
Postmarks  October 13, 2009
"...Dear Chronicle, After a very pleasant evening at Titaya's Thai Cuisine last week, I was surprised to see Mick Vann rate it so poorly [“Thai Me Up – Thai Me Down,” Food, Oct. 9]..."

Jessi Cape’s Top 10 Restaurants
Chronicle Food Editor names her favorite Austin eateries
Food Story  May 3, 2018
"...5) Titaya's Thai Cuisine..."

Food Issue Extra Helpings: I'm Waiting for My Ham
A few lines about the lines around Austin
DAILY Chronolog  February 10, 2014, by Chase Hoffberger

Cafe 909's Mark Schmidt announces a new endeavor, Aaron Franklin doubles-down with KLRU, and more
Food Column  January 31, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...And speaking of things announced via social media: Titaya's Facebook page updated last week with the news that, pending any last-minute hiccups, the restaurant's long-awaited grand reopening (5501 N. Lamar Ste..."

Kin & Comfort: An Early Look
Thai/Southern mashup is Austin's best-kept secret ... for now
Food Story  June 19, 2014, by Melanie Haupt
"...Kin & Comfort is tucked so tidily away in a nondescript shopping center in north Austin that you wouldn't know it was there unless you knew it was there. But perhaps a quiet opening in an off-the-radar location is just what Ek Timrerk needed after the drama of the abrupt shuttering of Spin Modern Thai last summer, followed by the protracted run-up to the highly anticipated February reopening of his sister's beloved restaurant, Titaya's...."

Exclusive Interview: Spin Modern Thai
What's really behind Spin's failure, and what's next for its chefs?
DAILY Food  July 29, 2013, by Kenny Pailes
"...Ek's sister, Titaya, is, of course, the celebrated owner of Titaya's Thai Cuisine. Over the course of almost 8 years in Austin, Titaya herself gained a loyal following (2010-2012 Austin Chronicle Reader's Poll winner), reliably steady lines, and plenty of praise from critics...."

Titaya's Thai Cuisine
Tastes of Thailand in Central Texas
Food Story  October 9, 2009, by Mick Vann
"...Titaya's Thai Cuisine5501 N. Lamar Ste..."

Who's open, who's closed, and who's re-emerging transformed
Food Column  February 15, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood
"...Look for longtime Mediterranean favorite Marakesh to resume operation in a North Cen­tral strip mall (3301 Steck Ave.) after their soft opening earlier this week... We've also heard from readers curious about the fate of Titaya's Thai Cuisine (5501 N..."

Top 10 Constant Cravings
Food Story  December 28, 2017, by Jessi Cape
"...7) Ta Lay Dancing, Titaya's Thai Cuisine This is not news: Titaya's offers some of the best Thai food around. Yes, their fan favorites like pad thai and gang kiew warn (green curry) are wonderful, but this queen of classic dishes rules..."

Chefs' Night Out
Some top local chefs talk about where they go when they eat out
Food Story  September 16, 2011, by Mick Vann
"...• Tyson Cole, owner-chef of Uchi and Uchiko, loves a plate of grilled artichokes and trout at Bartlett's or paninis, lemon tarts, and anything chocolate at Baguette et Chocolat. Give him a chocolate biscotti with coffee gelato at Mandola's or lemon panna cotta at Enoteca and he grins widely. Thai iced tea and tofu tom yum at Titaya's, guacamole with pumpkin seeds and watermelon at La Condesa, or pork bánh mì at Lulu B's make Cole a happy chef. ..."

Thai Me Up – Thai Me Down
'Tis the season for Thai in Austin
Food Story  October 9, 2009

More openings on the horizon
Food Column  February 7, 2014, by Virginia B. Wood
"...7... Titaya's legion of devoted fans finally had their hope and patience rewarded when the newly remodeled eatery reopened earlier this week...."

Looking ahead to the most anticipated restaurant openings of early 2014
Food Column  December 27, 2013, by Virginia B. Wood

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