The pork osso buco in red curry with scallions and "imperial" lima beans is looking to take over your appetite.
- The pork osso buco in red curry with scallions and "imperial" lima beans is looking to take over your appetite.
- Try the fabulous Coppa ham with cornbread polenta, oyster, hot sauce and fried purple hull peas.
- Some call it the best restaurant in town. One of several great new additions on the South 1st culinary scene.
- Amazing dinner spot. Love the flexible prixe fixe and cozy interior. Friendly service and great wine list. Don't miss the crudo, dessert with cake and camembert or the spiced gnocchi. #idreamofcrudo
- It'll be tough to decide which 3 of the seasonal, locally sourced menu items you want. Don't skip the bread course, and arrive early enough to enjoy a glass of wine on their outdoor patio.
- Intimate, rustic spot with a chill vibe. The menu is top notch, seasonal and locally sourced. Check it here: http://supper.mx/places/lenoir-austin/
- The Poha crusted redfish with spinach saag melts in your mouth like butter.
- Carrot yogurt/slaw/roasted carrots. All local and umm umm good
- Small, need a res
- French technique, exotic ingredients, a judicious use of spice and heat, and strong Southeast Asian and Northern African influences on the three-course prix fixe menu distinguish this upscale option.
- This tiny South Austin restaurant features global dishes from Texas-sourced ingredients. Make reservations early--there are only about thirty seats available. [Eater 38 Member]
- Prix fixe, seasonally changing menu, local ingredients, delicious food. Tiny place, but cozy and comfortable. Make reservations. Probably the best meal you'll find in Austin.
- Make a reservation at least a week in advance for a party larger than 4. Amazing culinary experience, worth the extra effort to plan in advance!!
- Wine, seasonal dishes, be open minded
- Amazing place for date night
- Try the beautiful roasted guinea hen.
- No reservations? No problem. Hang out back and eat small plates. Amazing styling and food.
- Great are the ambience and service. Some food dishes are great. Others either fail due to execution issues or due to conceptually not working in the first place. There's beer and wine. No full bar.
- Best meal I've had in Austin. Had the raviolini, amberjack crudo, and poached hamachi. All were stellar. The boy liked the guinea hen noodle bowl. Wine list is reasonable and well curated.
- Trendsetting couples will love the chic vibe and artisanal dishes served in three-course, prix fixe format at Lenoir.
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