photo credit: Raphael Brion
Titaya's Thai Cuisine
Outside of when it closed for a remodel in 2012, it's probably safe to assume that Titaya's Thai Cuisine in North Loop has been perpetually busy since it opened in 2005. Often there's a line out the door, and it's for a very good reason: the Thai food here is some of the best in Austin. The restaurant serves solidly-executed traditional Thai dishes, as well as more modern fusion-y takes. There's a lot to like at Titaya's, especially the pad thai, pad see ew, and moo ping. and their tom kha is our favorite in town. On some dishes, they charge an extra 50 cents to make it extra spicy, and you should absolutely order it that way.
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