Any recommendations for a restaurant in the Chinatown Center?
I realize that there are a lot of choices there - any recommendations on a place to start - one that has some variety? Thanks in advance.....
If you like banh mi (Vietnamese sandwiches), I really like Baguette House. It's in the back corner.
First Chinese BBQ is like it sounds - Chinese BBQ and Cantonese cuisine. We really like the BBQ pork, the duck, the lo mein, and the hot pots. Much like Din Ho, they have a very extensive menu.
TC Noodle House is supposed to specialize in Teochew cuisine, a regional Chinese style. I am not familiar with it at all so can't speak to its authenticity. Our sole trip we tried a couple of egg noodle dishes that were not unlike the same dishes (hu tieu, I think?) at Tan Tan.
Speaking of Tan Tan, it used to be our favorite Pho place, but I think Pho Saigon at Chinatown has it beat. It's sort of a big, warehouse-y atmosphere, but the service is fast and the broth and noodles are great. The bun (vermicelli) is also really good there. Now I want pho for dinner...
We have not been to Fortune, Wok on Fire, Korean Grill, or Fresh Tofu.
Many of the places have menus or links posted here - http://www.chinatownaustin.com/direct...