Titaya's Thai Cuisine

5501 N. Lamar Ste. C-101, 512/458-1792

Photo by John Anderson

Since its reopening in February 2014, the menu at Titaya's still offers a lengthy list of popular items, plus some new specialties in a lighter, brighter, more modern dining space.
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Chronicle Reviews

Titaya's, Take Two

Was it worth the wait?

Jessi Cape, July 24, 2014

Best of Austin Awards

  • 2023: Readers Thai (Titaya’s Thai Cuisine)
  • 2022: Readers Thai

First Plates Awards

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