Small, crunchy bites referred to as KFC, or Korean Fried Chicken, is what you are looking for here. However, don't miss the Mandu (Korean pot stickers), or the kimchi and bacon fried pancake.
The drive-through features family meals with both meat and vegetarian entrées, a choice of side dishes, sandwiches, and salads in a format described as "counter plus service." The dining room features French-inflected American cooking.
Fresh sauces, rotisserie meats, and a friendly atmosphere make this a welcome addition to Austin Tex-Mex.
This North Austin restaurant offers the most extensive Indian menu in the city with pages of North and South Indian specialties.
Let's put it this way: Red chili wonton bathed in peanut sauce; grilled lamb skewers; green onion crepes; over 15 options for wok-fried noodles. Hot pots to share are $4.50 each, try the tomato variety first.
The extensive menu contains enough choices to satisfy any craving, ranging from the usual favorites to exotic Cantonese offerings to dim sum cart service on weekends.
The Spider Rolls and spicy tuna rolls stand out, and the yellowtail hamachi is unfailingly fresh and succulent.
The house specialty is the Maharaja Dinner, a spread fit for royalty. Lesser mortals will be sated by one of the biryanis or a tangy vindaloo.
From their sublime teas and sandwiches that cover the spectrum from prim to hearty, to the stellar scones, cupcakes, and tortes, this second location of the popular original in The Domain has our blessings.
Taking its name from a long gone 1970's music venue that was beloved in the neighborhood, this incarnation puts the food center stage. The tacos are based around family recipes on handmade tortillas.
Open since 1990, Taj Palace serves the royal court cuisine of North India in an opulent setting.
A large selection of salads and pasta dishes makes the cornmeal-cardboard pizza crust less of a heartbreaker here.
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.
Here you'll find some of the best burgers and Tex-Mex in town, but it's the margaritas and Mexican martinis that keep us going during the occasional long wait.
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