Snap Kitchen is committed to its customers by providing both a quality product and excellent service. Snap Kitchen makes sure the food they provide their customers is quality by ensuring that the ingredients are all local and organic with no harsh preservatives. They serve high-energy snacks, juices and specialty drinks and hand-tossed salads. When you're craving something sweet, they've got you covered with their diet-friendly desserts that satisfies your cravings without adding a layer of guilt. The focus here is on eating well and feeling great.
Wahoo's Fish Taco offers a nice combination of world cuisine with an emphasize on Mexican dishes. Wahoo's Fish Taco has a surfing theme and provides fast service. You can choose to have a taco or burrito with chicken, beef or vegetarian, but you'd be missing out on the restaurant's specialty of fish tacos. The restaurant also has a nice range of dishes including salads, enchiladas, bowls and more.
By the time you reach the end of this sentence, a new Tex-Mex restaurant would've opened in Austin. Of the many eateries, El Caribe is one. A blink-and-you-miss the establishment if you're driving past it, you would never guess it's been placed in three competitions at the Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce Contest. The pick of El Caribe's salsas are the mango and the chipotle-plum tomatillo(both sweet and hot) and the spicy avocado and tomato and jalapeno(spicy). Get the chicken stuffed with cheese, chorizo, and onions(the Chef's special) for the main course. If there's one thing that will worry some, it's how to contain an expanding stomach in this tiny place.
Having catered to West Campus residents for three decades, Conan's Pizza ranks among the handful of area establishments that have managed to develop themselves into de facto University of Texas institutions. Likewise, the offerings still revolve around cheese-clogged, Chicago-style deep dish pies topped with such rare pizza accompaniments as artichoke hearts and chicken fajita strips. Several varieties of salad are also on hand in order to help college kids keep up the pretense of balanced eating.
The brains behind Asti probably got the inspiration for Fino when having a meal while perusing through an atlas. The cuisine is broadly categorized as Mediterranean but includes French, Spanish, Italian and Greek. This holds true for the wine list of around 90 labels as well, which include the staple French and Italian but also have vintages from Portugal and far away Australia. The tapas bar is a good bet as it lets you taste a bit of everything. Tuesdays are Spanish nights and Fino has Happy Hour everyday. Keep in mind, there are no rules or maybe just one and that is to come to Fino with an open mind and an empty stomach.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away.
Little Deli puts together items like Meatball Subs, New Orleans Muffalattas, Tuna Salads, and Liverwurst, all of which are scrumptious and filling. Pot-roast and sandwich lovers will find plenty to relish on. Don't miss the toothsome Banana Pudding on the dessert list. The kind owners make you feel at home even on crowded days and service is usually swift. The atmosphere is always abuzz with more locals than outsiders. As most patrons will testify, the drive to this deli is worthwhile, and parking is available.
Artz Rib House is a smoke-free heaven for meat lovers. The smoked brisket and pork ribs are its specialties. All items are served with potato salad, onions and pinto beans. If you're in the mood for some hearty soup then try their seafood gumbo or garlic soup, both are worth it. If folk music is your kind of thing, then you should come here on Sundays for Bluegrass Jam.
3300 West Anderson Lane Suite 303 Austin, TX 78757
For truly exotic food that you won't find at every street corner in Texas, try the subtle cuisine of Persia only at Alborz Persian Cuisine. In true Middle Eastern style, the reception is warm and welcoming and the menu consists of food evocative of the Arabian Nights-sensuous and bold. The menu highlights are the Kashk-o-Bademjan-a rich, smoky, baked-eggplant starter topped with dry yogurt, mint, walnuts and garlic and Chelo Kabob-e-Koobideh-ground beef kabob with char-grilled tomatoes with herbs and onions. The dessert menu has delightful items such as Persian ice cream with rosewater, pistachios and saffron. On special days, guests can enjoy these delectable preparations while watching the graceful movements of the belly dancers.
A favorite of the locals on Saturday mornings, this tiny family-owned business is bursting with people willing to wait in a line that extends out the front door for a simple breakfast taco. But their food is anything but simple. The Taco Shack breakfast specialty, the Shack Taco ($1.75), is filled with eggs, potatoes, cheese and chorizos' just bursting with flavor. Although they can certainly prepare a basic breakfast taco with your choice of fillings, try the Burnet Road Burrito if you are extra hungry and want something to fill you up. For lunch, try the Shack Lunch Special. No matter what you order, you will not be disappointed.
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