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What Is Austin's Most Underrated Restaurant?

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Austin's culinary profile rises ever higher, as local restaurants, bars and food trucks garner much-deserved national attention in print, on digital screens and on television—think Barley Swine, Uchiko, Foreign & Domestic, East Side King, Franklin Barbecue, La Condesa, the Peached Tortilla. You get the (very tasty) idea.

But what about Austin's great eats that don't make everyone's must-hit travel lists, that don't show up on national magazine top tens? Eater Austin wants to hear your recommendations for the city's most underrated restaurants, either down the tipline or in the comments ... and be sure to tell us what makes these quietly delicious favorites so very good.

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Eater Austin will put in a vote for Amaya's Taco Village. [Photo: Nutchanat P./Yelp]