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Saturday, 19 December 2009

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Skye

Wow. You eat so well I must say I'm jealous.

Optimista

What?!? Had not even heard of this place, and it's not showing up on Yelp. I must go. Now.

ps

are they open THIS thursday through saturday?

Food Dilettante

Wow! I never heard of this place, but I'm soooo there! Thanks for the post!

adam

i was at liberty with a posse for a healthy chunk of last saturday night and didn't think to eat at this little graffitied half-trailor. we obviously blew it. hard.

Logan @ Boots in the Oven

Wow. Poorly done Adam. Poorly done.

Do512_Jimmy

I had the fried sweetbread buns, the fried tonue buns, the Thai Chicken Karaage, and the Beet Home Fries, and fried brussel sprouts.. All were succulent and absolutely incredible, but the sweetbreads were one of the best bites of food I have ever put in my mouth. This is not the best food cart in Austin, but some of the best food, period.

f

Great review. I can't keep up with all the new places opening up on the eastside, and this one looks spectacular.

Boots in the Oven

Do512_Jimmy - I gotsta get back to try the sweetbread buns! I hope they become a regular menu item. And we tried a beef tongue dish Paul made at Uchi on NYE that was incredible.

f - it's definitely difficult! What a cool time to be living in Austin. This one totally is spectacular.

Kris T.

Went last night. Ordered 2 of everything on the menu and was not disappointed. They told us we were the largest ticket they ever filled. Everything came out fast and hot which was good because it was about 25 degrees outside! The food was amazing, the beets were my favorite.

Boots in the Oven

Nice! Glad to hear things are still great there. Good thing they have those heaters there, but I admire your trailer fu - outside eating at 25 degrees? Damn.

I liked the beets, too.

Rachel

Jeanne @ Cooksister!

Sorry - the koala and the nun were attending a dinner at my place that night ;-) This place looks like somewhere that's worth moving towns for. Say, from London to Austin (which has always been on my list of places I'd lke to live anyway...). OMG, those curry bns! The description had me drooling. Even the beet fries seem strangely compelling, despite the fact that I don't like beet!

Boots in the Oven

FROM London? I don't know about that! But I do think Austin is worth a visit! And the beet fries are good - I mean, they are fried, after all.

Rachel

Beaker

This trailer is the complete jam. Being lucky enough to be employed at the Liberty, I get to eat there all the time and try the specials before they become menu items. The slow roasted beef tongue buns with spicy mustard were a definite recent high point. Also, the trailer is now open 6 days a week, Mon. - Sat. to keep stomachs happier on a more regular basis.

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