Ask a Chef: Tyson Cole, Where Should We Eat in Austin?
JBF EditorsJBF Editors
February 28, 2012
The 2011 JBF Award-winning chef of Austin’s Uchi and Uchiko gives us his favorite local restaurant picks.
East Side King
“The East Side King trailer at Liberty Bar has amazing buns and Southeast Asian karaage.”
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East Side Café Vespaio Enoteca Asti
“East Side Cafe for farm-to-table food from their garden; Vespaio Enoteca for the amazing pastas and charcuterie; and Asti for the breadsticks and affogato.”
Titaya’s Tam’s Deli
“Titaya’s for made-to-order tom yum and Thai iced tea; Tam’s for #32 and tons of real Vietnamese goodies.”
“It’s the most inviting restaurant space in town where the food and service are both top-notch. And it’s got the best chicken strips for kids!”
“For the incredible history of the home, buffet with prime rib, tableside rum milk tea, and the gorgeous grounds with overhanging oak trees and a flock of real peacocks!”