East Side King
2310 S. Lamar #101, 512/383-8382
This location does a good job of reinforcing the established ESK brand, from the friendly counter service with wine and beer on tap, to the gonzo artwork by punk rock painter Peelander Yellow. The menu boasts ESK "classics," the dishes that made the original trailer famous: Poor Qui's pork belly buns, beet home fries, chicken karaage, and brussels sprouts salad.
East Side King has gone from a backyard trailer to street-food empire in five short years
Melanie Haupt, April 10, 2014
Fast casual restaurant in the Crescent Shopping Center provides a “101” introduction to a variety of Asian cuisines, including twice-fried, sweet-hot wings from Korea and a classic curried chicken on rice dish representing Japan. Pastry options include a variety of tea-infused desserts.
6929 Airport #132, 512/371-7751
This Taiwanese coffee shop and bakery is part of an international chain famous for its signature sea salt coffee.
6929 Airport Ste 197, 512/436-8189
A unique blend between Pan-Asian and European baking styles. Offers buns, danishes, cakes, cookies, rolls and a variety of teas.
6929 Airport Blvd. Suite 197, 512/436-8198