Now open: Chi’lantro on Burnet Road     

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Food from the Chi'Lantro food truck in 2010. Clockwise from bottom: a burger with sliced beef and spicy red sauce served with spice-dusted fries, a bottle of Jarritos fruit punch soda, a beef-and-cheese quesadilla with chili sauce and sesame seeds, and a burrito with pork, rice, egg and veggies. (Mike Sutter AMERICAN-STATESMAN)
Food from the Chi'Lantro food truck in 2010. Clockwise from bottom: a burger with sliced beef and spicy red sauce served with spice-dusted fries, a bottle of Jarritos fruit punch soda, a beef-and-cheese quesadilla with chili sauce and sesame seeds, and a burrito with pork, rice, egg and veggies. (Mike Sutter AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Food from the Chi’Lantro food truck in 2010. Clockwise from bottom: a burger with sliced beef and spicy red sauce served with spice-dusted fries, a bottle of Jarritos fruit punch soda, a beef-and-cheese quesadilla with chili sauce and sesame seeds, and a burrito with pork, rice, egg and veggies. (Mike Sutter AMERICAN-STATESMAN)

Korean-Mexican fusion restaurant Chi’lantro opened at 5222 Burnet Rd. today. It is the second brick-and-mortar location of the popular food truck that claims to have invented kimchi fries. The restaurant is open Sunday-Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to midnight.


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