A complete Filipino grocery with a thriving turo-turo steam table scene as well. Shoppers tend to get prepared food to go with their cooking supplies, and many call ahead for family-sized portions.
The sandwich selections range from traditional deli to wraps and pita pockets, plus special menu sections dedicated to heart-healthy and kids' choices.
Located in the Harris Branch General Store, Liz's has won over the locals with the homemade Mexican fare, but you can find barbecue and down-home specials as well.
This ethnic fusion spot offers traditional Indian fare as well as Chinese-inflected dishes. Wok cooking blends well with Indian spices – you'll find plenty of vegetarian options.
This "Tex-Mex heaven" serves breakfast every day and makes its margaritas with fresh-squeezed juices.
Have it your way, the Mongolian way. Choose your meat, choose your vegetables and sauce, and they'll fry it all up before your eyes. Hey, don't we go to restaurants to have someone more skilled than ourselves make the meal? On the other hand, how much culinary refinement do you usually get for $5? (Dinners are $7.50).
The visible assembly line makes it easy to create your own wraps and bowls. It also brings spinach pakora to a more familiar, Americanized setting. Try the curry paneer platter. Thumbs up.
"Nékter Juice Bar was founded in 2010 to nourish America’s increasing appetite for plant-based, healthy food options that nourish various lifestyles and diet preferences." And this here's an Austin location of the tasty chain.
Start with crumbled feta, crisp radish slices, and parsley garnishing a basket of hot flat bread. Kebab plates are another option, with tender meats and lightly seared vegetables.
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