A group of local Buddhist nuns and volunteers are spreading their message of peace and love through vegan dishes like soy-caramel braised tofu and spicy lemongrass seitan.
The beef- and chicken-based broths here are flavorful and rich. Try the Pho Tái Nam, featuring rare eye of round steak, well-cooked flank, and fatty brisket.
The broth here is terrific but meat-based, so this isn't a choice for vegetarians. Some of the greatest pho in town.
Is it soup yet? This pho is aromatic and delicious. Don't forget to try the char-grilled meats on vermicelli or rice.
The broth here keeps regulars happy. Otherwise, standard pho.
This restaurant specializes in over-the-top-tasty grilled beef, chicken, pork, and shrimp skewers, but also has great spring rolls and excellent bun and pho.
This "VietTex" mashup of bold Vietnamese flavors and low-and-slow Texas barbecue is not to be missed. And like any joint worth their salt, the sides stand tall next to the meat.
is Austin's go-to place for traditional Vietnamese flavor. You'll find dishes here that you can't get from the competition. The shaken beef makes us quiver!
Serves authentic and exquisitely crafted Vietnamese noodle-house fare. Don't skip the shrimp-and-yam cakes or the cream puffs. The báhn mì rocks. Nice portions, good service, and low prices.
Many are adamant that this place, located in the shadow of Target, has the very best pho in town. Bring cash, and try the Bún Bò Hu˜e.
Nom on traditional Vietnamese pho, noodles, rice plates, and bánh mì in a convenient North Austin location, complete with the option for takeout.
At this West Austin coffeehouse, the specialty dinner menu is Vietnamese and the live music is classical, jazz, and Christian.
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