The Best Filipino Food in Austin, Texas
Wondering where to find the best Filipino food in Austin? Here, you can enjoy Filipino food with the quick and easy convenience of a food truck, at a fun bar with friends, or buffet-style with family. Whether you’re craving lumpia as an appetizer, main course, or dessert, you can find it here. Are we missing your favorite Filipino food spot in Austin? Let us know in the comments!
Where to Find Filipino Food in Austin, Texas
Be More Pacific takes bar food to a new level. With hefty serving sizes and delicious Filipino classics, it is the perfect spot to grab a bite and a brew with some friends. You can play cornhole on the patio while digging into a bowl of coconut curry fried rice, or snacking on veggie and tofu lumpia.
7858 Shoal Creek Blvd.
Austin, TX 78757
2. Mang Dedoy's
With a restaurant and grocery store in one location, Mang Dedoy’s does it all. They are known for their authentic Filipino cuisine (spicy sisig and fried fish pompano) and friendly staff. Mang Dedoy’s grocery stocks Filipino essentials like sisig, puto, and spring roll shells. Mang Dedoy’s also hosts karaoke every day from 4-8pm, I mean, come on!
8863 Anderson Mill Rd #110
Austin, TX 78729
3. Tito Adobo
Tito Adobo combines the wonder of Filipino-American cuisine with the convenience of a food truck. It also has a killer location on South 1st street. They serve Lumpia Shanghai, which is Philippine style pork egg roll, and Adobo fried rice which comes with a side of apple-jicama slaw and a fried egg. If you’re craving dessert you can pick up Veg Turonuelos which combines banana, jackfruit, cinnamon, and sugar.
2201 S 1st St
Austin, TX 78704
Dang F’in Good, or DFG, which has been voted best of the city by Austin Monthly, operates off of their truck, trailer and cafeteria calendar to keep us updated of their whereabouts throughout the week. Their current special on rotation is Chicken Adobo, the national dish of the Philippines! “5 wings and an egg braised in a perfectly balanced sweet and tangy, and oh so wickedly addicting brown sugar and vinegar soy-based sauce, laid over jasmine rice that is about to be bathed in a ladle of au jus! Your day is about to get a whole lot better.” Their chicken adobo is actually the only Filipino dish on the menu, which means you can enjoy other Asian street food specialties like curry meatballs and “The Empress” along with the national dish of the Philippines.
They advertise that here they stock hard to find Filipino groceries, and serve freshly cooked delicious Filipino meals. Filipino Asian Mart desserts include biko, a Filipino sticky rice cake, and puto, a Filipino steamed rice cake. At Filipino Asian Mart they even have banana dessert lumpia, so you can start and end your meal with lumpia.
615 W Slaughter Dr. Suite 110, Austin, TX 78748
Are we missing your favorite Filipino food spot in Austin? Let us know in the comments!