Thursday, January 16, 2014

Austin's East Side King takes over Toki Underground Friday, Jan. 24


Austin's popular East Side King will be taking over Toki Underground for a day thanks to visiting chefs Paul Qui, Moto Utsunomiya, and Jorge Luis Hernandez.  An expansive, creative menu will be offered for lunch and dinner on Friday, January 24, 2014 beginning at 11:30am. Space is limited and reservations are not available. First come, first serve. 

Thai Chicken Karaage (Gluten-free)
Deep-fried chicken thigh, sweet-spicy sauce, fresh basil, cilantro, mint, onion, jalapeño

Beef Tongue Kare Kare Buns
Filipino peanut curry and beef tongue in steamed bun, basil, mint, cilantro

Beet Home Fries (Vegetarian and gluten free – can be vegan)
Deep-fried roasted beets, kewpie mayo, schichimi togarashi, green onion

Fried Brussels Sprout Salad (Vegetarian – can be vegan and gluten free)
Fried Brussels sprouts, sweet-spicy sauce, shredded cabbage, alfalfa sprouts, basil, cilantro, mint, onion, jalapeño

Liberty Rice (Vegetarian – can be vegan and/or gluten-free)
Steamed jasmine rice, ginger, garlic oil, basil, cilantro, mint, onion, jalapeño

Tori Meshi (Can be gluten-free)
1/2 Thai chicken karaage and Liberty Rice
About East Side King: 
East Side King began in a food trailer behind the Liberty Bar,
on Austin’s East Side, in October 2009. Co-founded by chefs Paul Qui and
Moto Utsunomiya, East Side King was inspired by Asian cultures, blues
and jazz bands, and artists (like the amazing artist Peelander Yellow, from
the Japanese punk band Peelander-Z). Now with four locations including
two food trucks and brick-and-mortars, East Side King offers different
menus, styles, hours and vibes all across Austin.

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