Serving up the American Dream one plate at a time, Tiffany is the Sarah Jessica Parker of the Underground Trailer Food Scene. Join this 4th- generation Austinite as she navigates airstream adventures through the city in her blog, cookbook, TV series and Gypsy Picnic trailer food festival and now makes recommendations for the Austin man!
Eating at Cazamance gives you the full trailer experience of community, good food and a friendly Austin vibe under the shade trees. It’s across the street from Clive Bar (where you can order Cazamance and eat there) and smack downtown off Red River and Caesar Chavez in the Rainey District – super-easy to bike to from just about anywhere. Also, Iba is open on Mondays when most trailers are not – so if you’re hunkering for something different and nourishing, I absolutely recommend trying Cazamance at your next trailer outing. The peanut soup is a good option for vegans, and the bunny chow is a hearty meal involving seasoned meat stuffed in bread. Iba uses his creativity and is inspired by his home country of South Africa when developing his weekly menu. Recent options have included cinnamon rosemary smoked brisket and red curry smoked brisket.
cazamance.com • 512.844.4414
90 Rainey St., Austin, TX 78701
MWF: 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. & 6 – 11 p.m.
Tu: CLOSED Sa.: 6 p.m. – midnight
Su.: 6 – 11 p.m.
THE PEACHED TORTILLA
Asian/Southern Comfort Street-food fusion is the culinary concept behind the Peached Tortilla. My personal favorite is the pad Thai taco, which fills you up for $3. The pork banh mi is their best-seller which includes Vietnamese braised pork belly, pickled daikon and carrot salad, sriracha mayo and cilantro in a delicious bun. Want fries with that? You’ve got some choices for your dipping sauce: peach mint, truffle mayo, bacon ranch, smoky roasted peach bbq or sriracha mayo. You can catch the Peached Tortilla truck on the move throughout town, or stop by their trailer on campus for a lunch that is easy on the pocket-book, but ranks in high in flavor and quality.