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Rated as one of the top restaurants in Texas, Uchi is a very romantic restaurant with dimly lit lanterns. If you want some privacy, then the sushi bar is for you. For an appetizer, try the Yokai Berry, Sakana Carpaccio and Machi Cure. Make sure you leave some room for desserts, the creme caramel, gelato and panna cotta are delectable. As for the selection of sakes, it is wise to come in for the daily Sake Social to sample small bites and sakes that pair perfectly.
Revel in the culinary fiesta brought on by a Catalan-born chef that lets you sample many Spanish delights, right from tortilla to paella. Barlata serves the vibrant fiery cuisine in all its glory in a bright trendy setting. Their 40 varieties of Tapas, freshly made Lata dishes served in tins, mouthwatering mains and Spanish influenced cocktails are a huge hit and can often be enjoyed while watching a live flamenco performance.
Come to Habana knowing that you will soon be tasting authentic Cuban cuisine. Owned and established by Ron and Yasbel Flores, the latter came to the States from Cuba, ready and willing to share her culinary and hospitality talents with Austin. The menu consists of a range of Cuban delicacies such as Cuban nachos, lechon asado, which is a pork dish that is marinated overnight and pollo frito, a chicken dish served with authentic Cuban spices. Check website for details.
Austin has several Thai restaurants to choose from, and Titaya's is among the best. The food is reliably delicious, and the ingredients are always fresh. The large menu includes a wide selection of appetizers, salads and several freshly made soups, most of which are available in a pot served flaming at your table. Catering to a broad clientele, the menu boasts a large selection of vegetarian choices, and a wide variety of seafood dishes. Entrees include curries and noodle stir-fries with varying degrees of spice, from very mild to tongue-searing. Do not miss the desserts, which are decadent without being heavy, like the black rice pudding, served warm and topped with coconut sauce.
Breaking from the typical Tex-Mex of Austin, but still offering up some tasty Caribbean cuisine, Chago's offers some tasty Puerto Rican cuisine right in Rosedale. Dishes like mofongo (friend plantain) and more conventional items such as an award winning cuban sandwich keep the locals coming back.