photo credit: Richard Casteel

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1618 Asian Fusion


1618 E Riverside Dr, Austin
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The menu at 1618 focuses on a wide range of flavors—citing Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, Singaporean, and Southeast Asian influences in its dishes. That means you’ll see everything from tom yum and papaya salad, to pho and peking duck. We really like the hu tieu here—in part because it’s one of a handful of places in Austin you can get it, but also because the warm and savory, slightly-sweet pork-based broth with rice noodles is satisfying enough on a cold night that you’ll forget you’re wearing four pairs of socks. They also do a great dim sum brunch on the weekends, complete with all the classics—like xiao long bao, har kaw, and sui mai—plus cocktails and mimosas. They’re located near the South Shore District on East Riverside.

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photo credit: Richard Casteel

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