LOCATIONS

Killa Wasi

828 Airport, 512/730-0253
Hours: Tue.-Thu., 8am-3pm; Fri., 8am-8:30pm; Sun., 11am-3pm; closed Mon. and Sat.

photo by John Anderson

Killa Wasi is one of the most joyfully unpretentious restaurants in Austin. Duck inside of a teal school bus to find their delicious Peruvian-inspired fare, where everything inside – from the yellow bottles of bubblegum-sweet Inca Kola to the cheery chalkboard – pops brightly with color.
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Chronicle Reviews

Peruvian-Inspired Food Bus Serves Killa Brunch

East Airport eatery Killa Wasi elevates casual dining

Emily Beyda, October 26, 2017

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