Do you love Asian food? We do too, and that's why we dedicate ourselves to finding the best places to enjoy Asian cuisine in Austin. We've diligently scouted out the top eateries, and we've listened to our readers and their reviews of Austin restaurants. We share the places that get great buzz, like Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar, and we showcase the ones that have proven themselves over time, like Kim Phung. We also point out good neighborhoods for Asian restaurants in Austin - North Austin, for instance. When the craving hits, we'll make sure you get your fix!

Kim Phung


Noodles, noodles, noodles – if you like noodles, then Kim Phung is the place for you. This eatery does not have fancy decor or a designer address, but their signature pho noodle soup is the best lunch in Austin. This beef noodle soup is...  Read More

Tokyo Steak House and Sushi Bar


You may think a Japanese restaurant would have precious little that appeals to a child's palate, but that's not the case here. Guests are seated around grill tables, where patrons can enjoy an entire meal, from tasty miso soup right through to...  Read More



Purists, take note: the big draw at Musashino is traditional Tokyo-style sushi, eaten without soy sauce or wasabi. Of course, the menu includes a variety of choices, but "hybrid" sushi options stand out. Among them are the Ozzy roll (avocado,...  Read More

Thai Kitchen


A long-time favorite for affordable, satisfying Thai food, this casual spot is tops for a quick lunch or a relaxed meal. The vast menu includes more than 20 specially-labeled, super-spicy dishes like Spontaneous Combustion, which marries seafood...  Read More

Din Ho Chinese Barbecue


It's not just a barbecue restaurant. Din Ho's menu features over 200 dishes and provides extensive offerings for vegetarians. A favorite is black mushrooms with bok choy in a light soy sauce, but Chinese broccoli sautéed with ginger is a winner...  Read More

Barton Springs District


If you believe sushi can only be prepared properly by a Japanese chef, are you in for a surprise! Uchi's owner-chef, Tyson Cole, is as American as they come, although he did spend several years under the tutelage of Austin's master sushi chef,...  Read More



Mikado's soothing and stylish earth-toned décor makes it a fine option for a quiet dinner for two or a small group, but perhaps the most notable thing about the restaurant is their wide-ranging menu. Sushi is a big draw – it's supremely fresh...  Read More