Heo Eatery focuses on mostly-Vietnamese, Asian street food, with things like banh mi, baos, and boba tea, where you can expect to see a combination of classic renditions alongside those less conventional, like duck confit or matcha floats. We really enjoyed the duck confit banh mi here. The bread is light, but flaky, adding a nice textural contrast to the incredibly tender meat housed inside. And it’s served over an order of cottage fries, which are basically flat tater tots about the size of a quarter, but a lot more fun to eat.
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The Japanese restaurant Sugar Pine on Research Blvd in Wooten serves small plates like shrimp tempura, bento boxes, noodle dishes, and ice cream.
Birria tacos, quesabirria, birria quesadillas, tortas, and consomé out of a food trailer near 7th and Lamar.
The best biscuits in Austin just got better with a new biscuit-based sandwich takeout spot.
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Baguette House & Cafe
Baguette house is a longstanding cafe in Austin’s Chinatown, best known for their banh mi.
St. Elmo Brewing Company
St. Elmo Brewing Company is where to go in South Austin for great beers, a huge patio, and Thai/Vietnamese food from the Soursop food truck.
Bodhi Viet Veggie
Bodhi Viet is a food truck in North Austin serving classic Vietnamese dishes with 100% vegan ingredients.
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