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1 New Fortune Chinese Seafood Restaurant

New Fortune is a playground of classic fare in Austin’s Chinatown Center, including fresh seafood and dim sum cart service. Don’t be dissuaded by the influx of people on the weekend, service moves quickly inside of this enormous banquet-style dining room.

10901 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78753

2 Wu Chow

One of the newest contenders on the Chinese dining scene, Wu Chow boasts the best soup dumplings in Austin housed in a buzzy downtown destination. The cocktails are seriously good, as are the wide variety of menu items from braised eggplant to beef hugging scallions. As a bonus, you can make reservations for dim sum dining on Sunday.

500 W 5th St
Austin, TX 78701

(512) 476-2469

3 Szechuan House

A perfectly fine option for Chinese delivery or no-frills dining in North Austin, Szechuan House serves all of the Americanized classics and Sichuan specialties from pork intestine to kidney with pickled pepper and a tripe and pork blood mix.

11005 Burnet Rd
Austin, TX 78758

(512) 832-8989

4 First Chinese BBQ

A Chinatown Center staple, First Chinese BBQ’s expansive Cantonese-style menu includes everything from noodle soups, hot pot, to barbecue. Adventurous eaters can embark on a marinated tour-de-piggy and sample everything from stomach, ear, and tongue.

First Chinese BBQ/Official

10901 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78753

(512) 835-8889

5 Rice Bowl Cafe

Rice and noodles are the heroes at Rice Bowl Café with huge portions and fast delivery. The Pork Chop Noodle Soup is a standout dish—spicy and crunchy with fresh, handmade noodles.

11220 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78753

(512) 835-8888

6 Din Ho Chinese BBQ

Din Ho never disappoints, with Beijing duck, Chinese barbecue, and marinated meats like quail in special salt. The sea cucumber with duck web is the perfect for the diner looking to explore truly non-Americanized Chinese dishes.

8557 Research Blvd
Ste 116, Austin, TX 78758

(512) 832-8788

7 Ho Ho Chinese BBQ

The menu at Ho Ho is full of hard-to-find authentic delicacies like shark’s fin soup, fresh lobster with black bean sauce, and plenty of marinated barbecued meats. Feel better about consuming all of that meat by ordering a side of the garlicky snow pea leaves.

13000 N Interstate 35 Bldg 6
Austin, TX 78753

(512) 339-9088

8 A + A Sichuan China

This Sichuan menu is full of fire, like the spicy fish and pork with red hot peppers. There’s plenty to explore on the expansive menu, like Ants Climbing a Tree—a plate of “noodles” made from mung beans and ground pork.

13376 N Highway 183 Ste 100
Austin, TX 78750

(512) 258-5445

9 Chinatown

With three locations spanning Austin, Chinatown is a blend of American and classic Chinese, dim sum, and even sushi. Dumpling options abound, and chef specialties like the Chef Special Beef are the stars.

Chinatown/Official

2712 Bee Caves Rd #124
Rollingwood, TX 78746

(512) 328-6588

10 Julie's Handmade Noodle

Although technically Asian fusion, this campus-area truck offers expertly crafted handmade noodle soups and stays open late to coat the stomach after a long night.

2512 Rio Grande St
Austin, TX 78705

(646) 508-3303

11 First Wok

First Wok continues to reign as a classic Austin favorite with big reliable plates of American Chinese food dining in or carrying out.

603 W Stassney Ln
Austin, TX 78745

(512) 444-0077

12 Chen Z

Chen Z exists in a basic strip mall, but offers seriously good hand pulled noodles. The menu is made of photos on a wall, and the scallion pancakes are a delight.

6705 U.S. 290
Austin, TX 78735

(512) 892-8888

13 Shabu

There isn’t a better place to go on a cold Austin evening than Shabu, where steaming bowls of deftly prepared hot-pot-broth cook whatever raw items you order from vegetables to meats to seafood. Be sure to order the rice cakes—thick and chewy globs of goodness that ultimately act as sauce carriers.

2700 W Anderson Ln
Austin, TX 78757

(512) 336-8888

14 TC Noodle House

TC Noodle House is a gem within Austin’s not-so-sprawling Chinatown Center, with fresh vegetable dishes like snow pea leaves and a variety of dumplings including shrimp and leek. Flat rice noodles with beef and vegetables are satiating and flavorful.

10901 N Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78753

(512) 873-8235

15 Asia Cafe

The mapo tofu and spicy fish are the standout dishes along with a soft eggplant with ground pork. Authentic Asian dishes are served up in a North Austin strip mall setting, where you order at the counter and wait for your number to be called.

8650 Spicewood Springs Rd
Austin, TX 78759

(512) 331-5788

16 Shanghai Chinese Restaurant

This family-run establishment serves dim sum on the weekends with traditional carts filled with a classic variety of goodies from dumplings to sticky rice.

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