5 mentions in Food trucks
Chris C. said, "...Chi'Lantro BBQ Truck, Torchy's Tacos, and East Side King for sure. If you have time for more, this is a good place to start…http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/03/food-trucks-in-austin-best-street-food-texas-sxsw.html..." See More
Liz W. said, "...only repeating because you really have to try these - East Side King , Gourdough's Truck for dessert, Torchy's Tacos for breakfast taco - ranch hand with diablo sauce is my fave! G'Raj Mahal Cafe in the rainey street district for indian..." See More
3 mentions in What are the must-sees in Austin?
Luciana M. said, "...is famous, but I don't like oysters so I only order fish or seafood there). I don't care for tex-mex but Torchy's Tacos and Chuy's Restaurant are local favorites. Good coffee place with a view: Mozart's Coffee Famous food trucks in town:..." See More
Aaron P. said, "...Grain You might technically see tourists there, but you'll see just as many locals. You'll definitely need to try some Tex-Mex. Torchy's Tacos is a must. If you're looking to sit in the park and read, make it over to Zilker Park..." See More
Margot T. said, "...eating there is a commitment; get in line at 9:30am for lunch (they sell out and then close for the day). Torchy's Tacos has good breakfast tacos. Kerbey Lane Café and Chuy's Restaurant have good queso. Go to Hula Hut , a..." See More
2 mentions in Where are the best food trucks in the world?
Spencer S. said, "...I just returned from a week in Austin (Texas) and their food truck scene is going off. As someone else mentioned, Torchy's Tacos is amazing. Also really good is The Peached Tortilla. In L.A., I'm obsessed with anything Roy Choi does, so..." See More
1 mention in Texas Trip in May