Austin >Triumph Cafe
Great Vietnamese Soup. This place is great for lunch or dinner if you just want a bowl of Vietnamese soup and a great spring roll. I've actually ate both inside and outside and I much prefer to eat inside. Sometimes during the week, the lunch crowd can be crazy and it can be hard to find a seat--but the food is fantastic!
Apparently this place has been voted "most romantic patio"... I only tried it since the weather has been cold and dreary, so I can't vouch for that. BUT, it's the first Vietnamese restaurant I've ever been to that makes fantastic coffee drinks and desserts! We've tried the chicken curry, pho (chicken soup), and beef vermicelli, and they have all been wonderful (and cooked with no MSG). Try their Vietnamese coffee - it competes with some of the best coffee joints in town!
Highly recommended, this is a cool place.
Healthy outdoor scene. I love the smell of this place when you walk in. Great Chi coffee smell (think they roast their own). I'm addicted to their vermacelli and spicy garlic chicken lunch special that's served with a shrimp spring roll. shaded patio in the back was a pleasant surprise you don't expect from a resteraunt in a strip center. Have also had their Pho soup, and it's deliciious as well.
Fresh, healthy and delicious.. Triumph is one of my favorite restaurants. Everything tastes very fresh and healthy, and the food is great for the money. This is an order-at-the-counter restaurant, with fast service. I usually get spring rolls and pho, but I also like their tofu dishes -- the texture is light and fluffy, not dense and fried like some restaurants' tofu. My boyfriend loves the sizzling beef. Also they make a great yellow curry -- try the curry tofu or curry chicken with vermicelli. And of course, it's one of the best outdoor patios in Austin.
One-stop shopping for gourmet coffee and tantalizing Vietnamese food..
This cozy coffeeshop has carved out a niche with a mind-boggling array of coffee drinks. The cafe seems is a hangout for Asian teenagers looking for caffeine highs, but you'll also find older couples savoring the authentic Vietnamese food. The pho tai is an aromatic broth with a mound of rice noodles, thinly shaved eye of round steak, green onions and cilantro. The Triumph Special sandwich layered paper-thin slices of meats with grated cheeses.
Different kind of Viet. food. The spring rolls were better than average restaurants, but cost $1.50 ($0.50 more). It a good place to try something new.
Great place for lunch. Triumph is a great place to go for lunch. Their food is always fresh and good. Make sure to get there around 11:30, so you can have a nice outdoor spot to sit.
Authenticity With A Twist. I have eaten at many Vietnamese Restaurants and know authentic Vietnamese food when I taste it, and Triumph is authentic with an american twist. One of my favorite dish is the Vermicelli with Chicken Teriyaki which I can only get at Triumph. This place is defintitely worth trying if you feel for Vietnamese food.
Not Vietnamese food! From a Vietnamese. If you like Vietnamese food and think you have found it at Triumph, you are sadly mistaken. Take it from a Vietnamese who enjoys his food.. However, given the lack of good Vietnamese restaurants in Austin, I'd rate this a 5 on a scale of 1 to 10. The location is nice and the service is adequate but the food is something else.
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