In the food world, Austin is known for three things in particular: tacos, barbecue and food trucks. Sadly, Asian food hasn't really found a home in Austin, save for Tyson Cole's Asian-inspired big hitters Uchi and Uchiko which, although amazing, are in their own category. But recently, Ramen Tatsu-ya opened and every night has been packed wall to wall.
With several new restaurants opening every month, there's no shortage of great places to eat in Austin. But because most of these new places typically charge $20 to $30 per entrée, it can be hard on both your stomach and your wallet to keep up. Don't feel too bad for us Austinites, though—there are plenty of budget-friendly options out there if you know where to look. Here are ten of our favorites!