Austin >Titaya's Thai Cuisine
5501 N Lamar Blvd Ste C101, Austin, TX | Directions 7875130.323092 -97.727594
For the longest time, my husband and I erroneously pronounced the name of this place as "Titty Ya-Ya's" (I don't recommend you calling it that). Despite our mistake, we recommended Titaya's to so many people that now the secret is out. It's always packed, and for good reason: The Tom Kha! So spicy and creamy. The portions! So generous. Dinner here, and a movie at the Village Drafthouse afterward, make for a lovely date night.
I'm a Texan,so I enjoy spicey hot food. I started trying Aisian foods,don't like Chinese,Vietnamese is ok, Thai is what I was looking for. Tryed several places,Titay's is the only one I have gone back to and am now a regular, especially for lunch. My 28 year old son,his girlfriend and several friends agree!
This is THE place. Spicy or not,you have the choise,it is great!!
Best Thai in town.
Great food...I have had thai all over austin n this place is the best...huge portions... love it!
Prompt seating, quick orders...fresh food...would recommend to everyone
Casual North central restaurant is a neighborhood favorite for tasty Thai and takeout..
The dining room retains some of its strip mall-style trappings (like the acoustic tile ceilings), but the friendly atmosphere and charming Thai accents make Titaya's a pleasant dining experience. The menu includes traditional dishes like shrimp or tofu spring roll, satay, or tongue-tingling Tom Yum soup with shrimp, chicken or tofu. Menu favorites include pad thai; Titaya's special seafood dishes; varied noodles like pad kee mao with basil; and spicy green, red or yellow curries. The majority of the menu items can be made vegetarian. Lunchtimes are busy and feature menu specials priced well under $10.
Really good food!.
As a devout Thai foodie I love this place. The menu is really versatile n delicious. The portion size is good n I have never had a dull service here. The food always arrives hot n steaming! Their take out portions are huge. So if you are a large group, I would recommend to get a take out n eat lesuirely at home.
Highly recommend to everyone!
Great Thai food, friendly owner.
I met the owner recently- was telling her about my horrible experience at Thai Noodle Etc on Guadalupe and decided I would try her place based on her reviews on City Search.
The food is great- my bf loved it, and he's super picky about food. I enjoyed my food, service was outstanding, clean, and the AC worked great...
can't find anything wrong with this place except no one knows about it yet!
Go here for the best Thai food in Austin.... This place rocks. I have been looking for good thai food in austin and a friend who used to live in bangkok recommended it. HURRAY. 3 of us went there the other night, had 2 orders of eggrolls, meals, 2 beers and a thai tea for $50! Cheap, delicious, great service. The restaurant was a little warm (a/c check?) but other than that, we had no complaints. Large menu w/ lots of choices for everyone. Oh.. did I mention it was delicious? I'll be back.
I can't get enough of you, Baby!. The best authentic Thai food in Austin by far. I can't get enough. After eating at a few Thai restaurant, I've finally found my Thai restaurant to go to.
most authentic thai I've had in Austin. I've eaten at Titaya about 100 times in the past year. Needless to say, I quite enjoy it, as does everyone I've taken there. Everything on the extensive menu is terrific. The customer service is great and prices are fair. They also have great lunch specials that are around $6 or $7 I think. Try it. You'll get hooked, no joke.
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