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Kuway's Bahn Mi & Tea


1309 W 45th St, Austin
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Tucked away in a gas station parking lot near 45th and Burnet, Kuway’s makes banh mi, bowls, and boba tea—really covering all the b’s you could want. The bread is made in-house (in-trailer?), meaning it’s just as fresh as the cilantro spilling out of your banh mi. There are a lot of options when it comes to protein choices here—grilled beef, shrimp, chicken, or pork, or fried tofu—and you can’t really go wrong with any, but you can go especially right with the grilled beef or grilled pork. 

Nicolai McCrary

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