Asti Trattoria

Row 1

408 E 43rd St
Austin, TX 78751
(512) 451-1218
$ $ $
Mon–Fri: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Asti is one of the best midpriced neighborhood cafes in Austin. Food is consistently delightful, whether it is grilled octopus, a thin-crust pizza, or their ever-popular chocolate cannoli.
  • Order a polenta bowl for lunch.
  • Open your tab with Tabbedout!
  • Specialty escarole salad with baked cheese, white truffle oil, topped with a poached egg. Foodgasm.Really good Caprese salad too.
  • This neighborhood favorite is perfect for when you're craving Italian comfort food, and some of Austin best young chefs have passed through its kitchens. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Get the Rigatoni and add the grilled whole sausage, amazing!
  • After dinner, walking down 6th St in the evening give you the sound of Country, Jazz, Contemporary, and Rock music.
  • The chicken eggplant Parmesan is incredible!
  • In addition to great specialty Italian food, Asti also has a great wine list. There is always a bottle of Prosecco at hand.
  • Great staff, good food, good prices.
  • Andrew Curren, chef of 24 Diner, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Linguine & clams.
  • Olive oil gelato special: savory, occasional spark of sea salt. And you get your omega-3s.
  • Solid eye talian joint!
  • This Hyde Park classic has some of Austin's best pasta and risotto, and their Italian-focused wine list is a treat. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Save room for dessert! The chocolate cannoli and ricotta brulee are both excellent and very rich.
  • Their caprese salad is incredible - assorted tomatoes with fluffy ricotta cheese & an amazing pesto sauce. Nice twist on a classic.
  • Good food but don't bother getting a salad, the portions are so small they're silly.
  • A good find in the Austin food market. Ensure yourself an italian night with well prepared dishes, smooth wine, and a comfortable wait staff. Reservations recommended in advanced.
  • Try the mushroom risotto - Amazing!! #vegetarian
  • Pretty close quarters, but the food was good, and I really liked the "no cellphone" policy.