Below is a list of the top and leading Malaysian Food in Austin. To help you find the best Malaysian Food located near you in Austin, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Austin’s Best Malaysian Food:
The top rated Malaysian Food in Austin are:
- TC Noodle House Restaurant – features a diverse selection of Chinese and Asian dishes prepared with the best ingredients
- The Peached Tortilla – known for its banh mi tacos and other Asian-fusion dishes
- Lin Asian Bar – specializes in dim sum and Asian home cooking with an extensive mouth-watering menu
- 1618 Asian Fusion – features Asia’s diverse landscape and its interesting flavors
- Pho Dinh Vietnamese Cuisine – open until midnight serving rice and noodle dishes
TC Noodle House Restaurant
TC Noodle House Restaurant features a diverse selection of Chinese and Asian dishes prepared with the best ingredients. They have been in the business for more than 25 years. Furthermore, there are dishes from fried noodles, seafood, and vegetarian options. They showcase the diversity of culture and the resiliency o the culinary creations. Moreover, there are specialty teas from local and imported leaves. Their noodle selections include egg noodles and rice noodle soups. There are added beef, chicken, and seafood meats. They also serve stir-fried noodles like chicken fried rice and chicken lo mien.
Malaysian food, Chinese cuisine
Address: 10901 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78753
”TC Noodle House is amazing! Great portions, tasty food and fast and friendly service. Can order while in the parking lot and it’s ready in 10 – 15 minutes.” – Sandra Fisher- Rivera
The Peached Tortilla
The Peached Tortilla is known for its banh mi tacos and other Asian-fusion dishes. There is also an extensive menu for their alcoholic beverages. They serve southern comfort food with the flavors of Asia. Furthermore, their menu includes kimchi arancini balls, pork belly buns, and charred Brussels. There are asl shareable options like Malaysian laksa bowl, dan dan noodles, and Hainan chicken. Moreover, their family meals are Asian pear miso salad, Thai chopped salad, and crispy umami chicken wings. There are also selections of wines, cocktails, and beers. They also serve Texas-inspired libations.
Malaysian food, Asian cuisine, taco
Address: 5520 Burnet Rd #100, Austin, TX 78756
”My first experience at the Peaches Tortilla last night and it was amazing. There were only three of us in our party so we decided to share everything so we could try more dishes. Everything was amazing and I can’t wait to go back again. Thank you also to Hannah for making our first experience super fun! The service couldn’t have been better!” – Julie Walker
Lin Asian Bar
Lin Asian Bar specializes in dim sum and Asian home cooking with an extensive mouth-watering menu. They serve lunch, dinner, and dim sum prepared with the healthiest ingredients. In addition, they source their ingredients from local suppliers to help grow local businesses. Furthermore, the dishes truly reflect the diverse culture of Asia with its explosion of flavors. Their dishes include seafood noodles, dan dan noodles, and mustard green with minced garlic. Morozov, their dim sums are beef potstickers, shrimp har kaw, vegetable dumplings, and egg rolls. They also have bakes goods like baked pineapple bao and eg custard tart.
Malaysian food, Cdim sum, Asian cuisine
Address: 1203 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703
”Always absolutely amazing!! Our experience this time topped all my other memories. You make my heart happy with all the Frogs Leap Wine options!! We choose the Zinfandel this time. It paired perfectly with everything!!” – Stephanie Eberle
1618 Asian Fusion
1618 Asian Fusion features Asia’s diverse landscape and its interesting flavors. A thoughtfully designed space accommodates the diners. The menu includes flavors of Vietnam, China, and other Southeast Asian food. Furthermore, the zen-like environment sets the atmosphere of the restaurant. There are live greenery and wood elements around. Moreover, their dishes include pho, pork noodle soup, and satay. There is also wonton soup, calamari salted pepper, and Bang Trang Da Nang. They also serve chicken yellow curry, Filet Mignon, and Thai crispy red snapper in tamarind. Their dessert includes Hanoi coffee, tiramisu, and mango sticky rice.
Malaysian food, Asian fusion dishes
Address: 1618 E Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78741
”Absolutely loved this place. The food was great. Except for the pineapple fried rice, it was ok. Everything else was amazing. Service was spectacular. The ambience and design of the restaurant is very upscale. We will be back for sure.” – Alyona Bondareva
Pho Dinh Vietnamese Cuisine
Pho Dinh Vietnamese Cuisine is open until midnight serving rice and noodle dishes. There are dishes with various ingredients sourced from local markets. The flavors are insured authentic and perfectly replicates the flavors of Asia. Furthermore, they serve noodle soups topped qual egg ad chicken liver. Their noodle dishes have variations like bbq pork and seafood. Moreover, they serv fided rice in chicken and beef variations. Jasmine is used for stir-frying with various vegetables and meats. In addition, there are crispy spring and egg rolls with peanut dipping or fish sauce.
Malaysian food, Vietnamese cuisine
Address: 9515 N Lamar Blvd Suite #156, Austin, TX 78753
”Overall great place, great food and great food…open till midnight and closed on Tuesday…great late night place when your craving pho or noodles…I’d definitely recommend this place….” – Javier Perez
Jeanie Burford is a reporter for Kev’s Best. After graduating from UCLA, Amy got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a beat reporter and producer. Jeanie has also worked as a columnist for The Brookings Register. Amy covers economy and community events for Kev’s Best.