The Life Unwired with Ben Combee (unwiredben) wrote,
The Life Unwired with Ben Combee

Food Shui Opens

While dropping off a letter at the post office at Parmer and Metric, I noticed that Food Shui has finally opened their doors for business. This is an Asian eatery located in the satellite building to the Randall's shopping center by the Scofield Farm development. I picked up their menu and checked out the interior, but was already full from a Freebird veggie burrito.

The selection is mainly Vietnamese with some Chinese influence. The interior has an industrial/modern feel with a lot of open space, similar to Noodlism or Chipolte. The menu is nicely done, although it doesn't explicitly call out vegetarian items, something I'll mention to them when I stop by for a visit. They have a pretty standard selection of noodle soup bowls, vermicelli bowls, rice bowls, and a few specialty bowls, and the prices are moderate for Vietnamese food (think $10 a meal). When I go there to eat, I'm going to try the Lemon Pepper Tofu with onion, jalapeno, and bell pepper, served with steamed broccoli. I like that they serve all their main dishes in microwave-safe bowls, making it easy to bring left-overs home for reheating.

I've scanned their menu and put it online if anyone up here in North Austin wants to check it out: front image, back image.
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