Peached Tortilla restaurant opens Thursday

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Thai summer salad (available in vegetarian, $6, or with beef, $8) from The Peached Tortilla at Austin City Limits Festival in 2013. (Credit: Tina Phan AMERICAN-STATESMAN)
Thai summer salad (available in vegetarian, $6, or with beef, $8) from The Peached Tortilla at Austin City Limits Festival in 2013. (Credit: Tina Phan AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Thai summer salad (available in vegetarian, $6, or with beef, $8) from The Peached Tortilla at Austin City Limits Festival in 2013. (Credit: Tina Phan AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Popular food truck Peached Tortilla will open its brick-and-mortar restaurant at 5520 Burnet Rd. on Thursday. Chef Eric Silverstein’s Asian-Southern comfort hybrid restaurant will expand on the truck’s menu, with a focus on shared dining. Menu items include rice bowls and savory noodle dishes, and the Peached Tortilla will also have a full bar.

“The menu has been methodically thought out— we’ve focused on making it not only incredibly original, but even a little whimsical in its approach. The style of food is truly unique to the Peached Tortilla,” said Silverstein said. “We want to be a little different, as we believe different is good. Diners, especially those who love our food trucks, won’t be disappointed.”

Silverstein is partnered on the project with Seattle Restaurateur Joshua Henderson’s Huxley Wallace Collective team.

 

 

 

 


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