13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird
East Side King is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

1. East Side King

2538 Guadalupe St (at Hole in the Wall), Austin, TX
Asiatisches Restaurant · West University · 52 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Sapporo Beer Bacon Ramen Miso Ramen: As strange as the combination may sound, it's a crave-worthy bowl of noodles

Fricano's Deli & Catering is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

2. Fricano's Deli & Catering

9.3
2405 Nueces St (24th Street), Austin, TX
Sandwich-Imbiss · West University · 42 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Reuben Dog: wrapped in corned beef and dropped into a freshly baked hot dog bun from Central Market and piled high with sauerkraut and Swiss, dripping with homemade Thousand Island Dressing.

Love Balls Bus is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

3. Love Balls Bus

2908 Fruth Street, Austin (Southside Food Trailer), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · North University · 17 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: They're crisp on the outside and gooey on the inside. These 'Love Balls' could convert any octopus hater.

Hey!...You Gonna Eat Or What? is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

4. Hey!...You Gonna Eat Or What?

8.9
1720 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · Downtown Austin · 38 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Shiner Bock Beer-Battered Monte Cristo: Pit-smoked ham, mesquite-smoked turkey, cheddar cheese, provolone cheese, homemade cherry-fig jelly, AND housemade potato chips. This is a monster sandwich!

Crepes Mille is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

5. Crepes Mille

100-198 Gibson St W (S Congress And Gibson), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · Bouldin Creek · 11 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: try the pork floss crepe, seemingly modeled after the rousong stuffed buns of Singapore, filled with finely shredded sweet dried pork, mayonnaise, and Sriracha sauce.

Wurst Tex is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

6. Wurst Tex

1603 South Congress Ave. (btw Milton & Monroe Eastside), Austin, TX
Deutsches Restaurant · 10 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Wurst Tex sources sausages from a variety of purveyors, and thus have something for everyone—bratwurst, vegetarian sausages, wild game, and even rattlesnake and rabbit for the most adventurous.

Whip In Convenience Store & Pub is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

7. Whip In Convenience Store & Pub

9.4
1950 S Interstate 35 (at Mariposa Dr), Austin, TX
Kiosk · 138 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Silly Cheesesteak Panaani is where the quesadilla, roti roll, and cheesesteak intersect—and how could you go wrong with that?

Frank Restaurant is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

8. Frank Restaurant

9.1
407 Colorado St (btw 4th & 5th), Austin, TX
Hot Dog Imbiss · Downtown Austin · 390 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Try the Jackalope, a custom-made rabbit, antelope, and pork sausage, topped with cranberry compote, cheddar, and Sriracha aioli.

Tacodeli is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

9. Tacodeli

9.1
4200 N Lamar Blvd (42nd St.), Austin, TX
Taco-Imbiss · Rosedale · 128 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The Tacoloco, filled with brisket braised until fall apart-soft in adobo sauce, then topped with guacamole, cilantro, queso, is a shining star in this menu and definitely worth trying.

Rockin Rolls is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

10. Rockin Rolls

(E 6th & Waller), Austin, TX
Imbisswagen · 1 Tipp

Serious EatsSerious Eats: The James Hetfield: You'll have to nearly unlock your jaw to get your round a bite of this bad boy. Bacon-wrapped meatloaf blasted with "ride the lightning" spicy ketchup.

Lone Star Kolaches is one of 13 Foods that Keep Austin Weird.

11. Lone Star Kolaches

3800 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX
Frühstücksplatz · Rosedale · 6 Tipps und Bewertungen

Serious EatsSerious Eats: Lone Star is reliable for its huge selection of kolaches but shines in the savory department—a large link of kielbasa is hidden inside the dense and chewy breading of the Polish sausage kolache.