Austin has the largest Asian population of all major Texas cities (the majority Indian and Vietnamese), it follows that we have our fair share of great food too. Here are a few South Indian options in our city.One of the fiercest debates in Austin food concerns the best Indian restaurant. Is it the Clay Pit? Swad? Bombay Bistro? But let’s take a step back. There’s Northern Indian cuisine, known for its tandoori ovens, roasted meats and spicy curries, and then there’s Southern Indian food, which is more rice-oriented and focuses on vegetarian options like lentils as well as the massive paper-like crepes called dosas. Since
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