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Eater Readers' Guide to North Austin and Cedar Park

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Last week, Eater's astute and obsessive readers provided recommendations on where to eat in far North Austin. Opinions streamed in fast and furious over Twitter, Facebook, and the comments. The culinary trails of 183 and North Lamar offer delights from Mediterranean to Korean, Salvadoran to sandwiches. Just in time for another ACL-ridden downtown weekend, Eater has your ultimate guide to northern exploration.

Is your favorite spot missing? Have a thought on which place should fill the banh mi hole in the map? Hit the comments to get it added to the list, or drop a your recommendation down the tipline.

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Daichi Sushi & Grill

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[Photo: Keri B./Yelp]

Soto Japanese Cuisine

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[Photo:Amy D./Yelp]

Osaka Mansun

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[Photo: Phillip B./Yelp]

Noble Pig

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The best sandwiches in Northwest Austin for sure. Noble's inventive pairings and obsessive attention to detail makes them worth the trip, at least until the Burnet Road location opens later this fall.

Shandeez Grill

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[Photo: H.C./Yelp]

A + A Sichuan China

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Austin's other massively popular Sichuan joint. Go with a bunch of friends and get the hot pot.

Asia Cafe

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Most Austinites, including chefs, consider this some of the best Chinese in the city. Get the eggplant with ground pork.

Ajishin Sushi & Noodle

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Bombay Bistro

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Baguette House & Cafe‎

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[Photo: Bryan D./Yelp

Tomodachi Sushi

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The husband and wife team behind Tomo serve amazing sushi at remarkably reasonable prices.

Pars Deli

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[Photo: Grace C./Yelp]

Cafe Java

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Din Ho Chinese BBQ

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[Photo: Dustin S./Yelp]

Taco More

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Some of North Austin's best tacos. Editor emeritus Andrea Grimes recommends the posole, too.

Ramen Tatsu-ya

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Austin's first ramen shop is also its best. Their obsessive commitment to quality and consistency makes the wait totally worth it.

Pho Saigon

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[Photo: Gary K/Yelp]

Korean Grill

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Rice Bowl Cafe

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[Photo: JC Y./Yelp]

Costa Del Sol

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Antojitos Hondurenos

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Daichi Sushi & Grill

[Photo: Keri B./Yelp]

Soto Japanese Cuisine

[Photo:Amy D./Yelp]

Osaka Mansun

[Photo: Phillip B./Yelp]

Noble Pig

The best sandwiches in Northwest Austin for sure. Noble's inventive pairings and obsessive attention to detail makes them worth the trip, at least until the Burnet Road location opens later this fall.

Shandeez Grill

[Photo: H.C./Yelp]

A + A Sichuan China

Austin's other massively popular Sichuan joint. Go with a bunch of friends and get the hot pot.

Asia Cafe

Most Austinites, including chefs, consider this some of the best Chinese in the city. Get the eggplant with ground pork.

Ajishin Sushi & Noodle

[Photo: Yelp]

Bombay Bistro

[Photo:JJT/Yelp]

Baguette House & Cafe‎

[Photo: Bryan D./Yelp

Tomodachi Sushi

The husband and wife team behind Tomo serve amazing sushi at remarkably reasonable prices.

Pars Deli

[Photo: Grace C./Yelp]

Cafe Java