Heo Eatery focuses on mostly-Vietnamese, Asian street food, with things like banh mi, baos, and boba tea, where you can expect to see a combination of classic renditions alongside those less conventional, like duck confit or matcha floats. We really enjoyed the duck confit banh mi here. The bread is light, but flaky, adding a nice textural contrast to the incredibly tender meat housed inside. And it’s served over an order of cottage fries, which are basically flat tater tots about the size of a quarter, but a lot more fun to eat.
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Birria tacos, quesabirria, birria quesadillas, tortas, and consomé out of a food trailer near 7th and Lamar.
JewBoy Burgers sells burgers, El Paso-style burritos, and latkes out of a newly-renovated space off 51st and Airport.
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101 by Tea Haus
101 by Tea Haus is a fast-casual Asian-American restaurant in the Crescent Shopping Center.
Baguette House & Cafe
Baguette house is a longstanding cafe in Austin’s Chinatown, best known for their banh mi.
Bodhi Viet Veggie
Bodhi Viet is a food truck in North Austin serving classic Vietnamese dishes with 100% vegan ingredients.
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