East Side King

Row 1

Details
1618 1/2 E 6th St
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 383-8382
Food Truck
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: 4:00 PM–1:45 AM

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  • When a couple of Uchi alums wanted to put out some fun Asian food, East Side Kings was born. Located on the back patio of the Liberty Bar, youve got to be in the know about this food trailer; their s
  • This place is seriously delicious! The menu is an explosive Asian/American fusion. Great for vegans too! I found it here on supper: http://supper.mx/places/east-side-king-the-liberty-austin/
  • The cash-only first location of this stand behind Liberty has become a bit of an East Sixth legend, counting Anthony Bourdain among the many fans of its Asian-inspired street food. [Eater 38 Member]
  • "Beet Fries, Veggie Meshi (you've never really tried brussels sprouts til you have them this way)." - Kenneth Macias
  • It sounds odds, but you have to try the deep-fried beets with kewpie mayo.
  • Try the beef tongue steamed bun.
  • Poor Qui's Buns: The most standard item on the menu, but executed flawlessly. Tender slabs of pork belly seared on the griddle until crisp, stuffed into a bun with hoisin sauce and pickled cucumbers.
  • The fried brussel sprouts! Just TRY them
  • Tongue buns! Tongue buns!! Tongue buns!!! Got it? Get it! Yum!!!
  • Dying to try Paul's food here!
  • This is the original flagship location, but you can find a more low key set up over at The Grackle at 6th and Chambers. This is truly the end all be all when it comes to Asian fusion.
  • Get the fried beets. With extra mayo. Mix a little sriracha into mayo. Eat.
  • This late night hang out has some epically awesome eats like the local favorite, beet fries.
  • Eat the tori meshi. If you don't, you will have to live with that regret your whole life.
  • This late night hang out has some epically awesome eats like the local favorite, beet fries.
  • This is an after party munch destination. Get those carbs working on absorbing some of that liquid.
  • found this place thanks to Bourdain and honestly these guys along with Me so Hungry are reason enough to live in east Austin.
  • This is the spot that both Food Network and Travel Channel chose to feature when they filmed in Austin! We like the unique flavor of the tongue buns and the cheap prices across the board.
  • Get ready to wait.....
  • tongue bun!!!!