In Austin, there are plentiful places to find fantastic cuisines from the Southeast Asian region. There are restaurants, food trucks, stalls, and pickup spots serving Thai, Vietnamese, Filipino, Malaysian, Burmese, Indonesian, Burmese, and Laotian cuisines in the city, plus there are a few fusion places in the mix. There are Cambodian rice plates with pork chops from Georgetown restaurant Mango Tango Bistro and Bar, Vietnamese bánh xèo from Cedar Park restaurant Pho Thanh Nhi, Burmese tea leaf salads from North Austin food truck Mom’s Special Cooking, Filipino lechon at Kapatad, Indonesian bubur ayam at Brentwood truck Yeni’s, Malaysian nasi lemak at gas station stall Wee’z Cozy Kitchen, Thai laab moo at South Austin truck Dee Dee, and much more.
For other more specific regional fare, check out Eater’s guides to the best Thai and Filipino restaurants in Austin. Then, for other neighboring cuisines, seek out the city's best South Asian restaurants, Chinese places, dim sum, Korean, sushi spots, and spiciest dishes. Keep an eye out for other guides in the near future.
This map was originally written by Sommer Brugal.Read More