This restaurant serves basic Chinese and Vietnamese, with reasonably priced lunch specials and vegetarian options. Delivery is available.
Seek out the more unusual fare here, such as curried Singapore noodles with shrimp and barbecued pork; or the Hunan spicy duck.
UT campus-area food truck draws long lines for its handmade noodles and dumplings.
Most folks go for the pho or the bun, but you should give the dinners a try. The hot-and-sour soup rocks, and the lunch specials are big, cheap, and delicious.
Traditional Chinese home cooking and Dim Sum from Chef Ling Qi Wu.
Located at the Domain Northside, this locally owned Chinese joint serves handmade dumplings, wok fried rice, lo mein noodles, and more. Need to soak up a night of boozing? Lotus keeps extra-late hours on the weekend.
Everyone will find favorite dishes on this enormous menu. Try the Neptune Platter.
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.
Choose your meat, vegetables, noodles, and sauce, and let the grill master fashion a custom entrée just for you.
Those who mourned the loss of T&S Seafood are happy to see this new incarnation of the dim sum brunch.
Beer and wine served with quick and flavorful entrées lend a relaxed vibe to the Asian decor.
Old Thousand (the name is Chinese slang for a “cunning hustler or con”) joins the ranks of trailblazers that are defining Austin’s brand of rebellious Asian fare. The eclectic atmosphere blends familiar Chinese elements with updated details like contemporary gold chairs. Similarly, the menu remixes elements from a range of regional Chinese dishes – some restrained, others loud.
Depend on this popular chain for upscale Chinese favorites, a dedicated gluten-free menu, and enthusiastic service in a pleasant atmosphere.
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