In addition to the vegetarian selections, you'll find fragrant chicken, lamb, and beef. The lunch specials are a great bargain. Just count on ordering extra injera.
This beloved, no-frills North Campus eatery has been keeping UT students well-fed since 1926. Just don't take the "Dirty" part too literally; the name is a nod to the dirt floor that was in place until concrete was poured in 1951.
Theoretically, you could have Tex-Mex for breakfast, lunch, and dinner here. It's likely you'd get pretty darn lubricated too, what with all the 'rita specials.
An inviting selection of soups, salads, sandwiches, entrées, and side dishes awaits you. Eat in or take out.
This popular near-campus watering hole features French comfort food that transcends the genre of bar fare. The frites are nearly perfect: not too thin or thick, with some skin, appropriately salted, and sprinkled with parsley.
Famously fabulous for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and a favorite of the late-night set, this place wears its groovy legacy on its sleeve with pastas, black beans, great coffee, and Frisbee-sized pancakes.
This old-school teppanyaki restaurant is can be found in an impressive, vibrant setting near campus. Try beef tataki and tempura don; thanks to the reasonable pricing, you'll be back for the rest.
With 28 beers on tap and more than 60 by the bottle, you'll need the burgers and nachos to stay upright.
Fans and regulars of Madam Mam's are nearly always borderline obsessed with the restaurant, but who can blame them? The food is divine and very affordable. All the authentic Thai homestyle dishes served in this very popular campus-area spot are "Mam"'s family recipes. Try the restorative Tom Kha, coconut soup with chicken, the definitive Thai Beef Salad, and the fiery, sinus-clearing Pad Cha Catfish, and you'll be hooked.
Serving a whopping variety of sushi and a small selection of Japanese appetizers, this restaurant features fine fish and friendly service.
Here you'll find burgers fashioned from hormone- and antibiotic-free Black Angus beef, Buddy's grilled chicken, fresh-cut fries, and milkshakes.
The light, savory salads come with either grilled or lemongrass-seasoned meat, seafood, or tofu and are drizzled with special Tháison dressing.
Tucked away on Medical Arts (not Red River, as the name suggests), this popular spot offers omelets, burgers, and weekend brunch specials. Bring an empty stomach and your patience.
Kung Pao, General Tso's, and other American-Chinese standbys are served up inexpensively.
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