Julie’s Handmade Noodles, the beloved Chinese campus truck, is growing up with a brand new restaurant out in North Austin. The brick and mortar will be found in the same Ramen Tatsu-ya, Din Ho Chinese BBQ, and Hong Kong Supermarket on Research Boulevard.
According to a staffer, the new Julie’s will open in about two weeks. When it debuts this summer, the truck will remain at its current spot at the food trailer park on 26th and Rio Grande streets, where Cow Tipping Creamery used to be.
The truck, run by Julie herself, is lauded for its fresh noodle soups, especially the beef one, and handmade dumplings.
Other recent trucks-turning-brick and mortars include Ms. P’s Electric Cock, which just shuttered its South Congress Spartan Manor campus to focus on opening the Oltorf Street restaurant and Cow Tipping Creamery’s Austin cafe.