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East Side King is probably the most popular Food Trailer in Austin. It has five different locations around Austin that it posts up at regularly. The colorful, almost psychedelic truck hands out delicious Asian street food; actually, it's a blend of Asian flavors and American sensibilities, the result of which is absolutely tasty! Try the Thai chicken karaage or Por Qui buns, they're legendary. Another great feature of this little joint is that there are veggie and vegan options to choose from. Vegans from all over travel far and wide to get their hands on delectable preparations like the Home Beet Fries and Veggie Meshi. A word of caution, though, they neither accept reservations nor credit cards cards; hit the ATM before you arrive here.
Established in 2013, by brothers Bryce and Dylan Gilmore, Odd Duck on South Lamar Boulevard serves modern American fare in a rustic contemporary setting. The menu is driven by head chef Mark David Buley and features an array of seasonally-inspired eats that are prepared using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. The Baharat Spiced Pork Chop, Wagyu Bavette, and Antelope Tataki are some of the seasonal specialties from the menu. Odd Duck's bar fare is mainly known for its craft cocktails that pair extremely well with the food on offer.
Lenoir features an exquisite fusion and contemporary prix-fixe menu prepared from the finest seasonal ingredients. Served in a rustic setting, the fare is reasonably priced without compromising quality and service. The ambiance is distinctly Greek inspired, making use of whites and aquamarine, while the unique glass lanterns hung from the ceiling add a charming allure to this restaurant. The prix fixe menu changes with the seasonality of ingredients used but some of the specialties which have been adored in the past are the seared duck, gulf shrimp in mains along with salted caramel tarts in desserts. Have a sumptuous meal in the cozy patio or in the charming interiors at this lovely French restaurant.
As the name suggests, chef and owner Bryce Gilmore offers some of the best pork dishes in Austin. Served as small plates, some standout selections of the menu include pork belly with curried eggplant, goat shoulder with yogurt and saffron, and even foie gras with whiskey, bacon, and peanut butter ice cream. The menu changes monthly so there is always something new to discover. The chef tries to use locally sourced products from nearby farms. The beer list also features various local microbrews; the wine list is equally impressive.