Takoba features two indoor dining rooms, two full bars, multiple patios, an adult sized sand box, and a private party room. Plenty of room for you to enjoy great food, great drinks, and great service. They feature an extensive selection of Mexican beers, tequilas, and mezcales. The dinner menu offers Mexican Classics prepared with beans, chiles, and herbs imported from Mexico. Takoba has made it possible ffor you to enjoy a piece of Aguascalientes Mexico right here in Austin.
A Taste of Drinks Available at Takabo Austin
Mango-Habanero Margarita: $8
Jimador Reposado, Patrón Citronge, fresh mango, habanero, lime juice
cachaça, cane sugar, muddled limes
Oronoco Brazilian Rum, muddled mint, fresh lime juice, cane sugar
Salty Perrito: $7
Tito’s vodka, fresh ruby red grapefruit juice, splash of Jarritos Toronja, kosher salt rim
Pisco Sour: $7
Capel Pisco, egg white, fresh lemon juice, gomme syrup, angostura bitters
The Coconut: $8
Tito’s Vodka, Kahlúa, Horchata Liqueur
A Sample of the Dinner Menu at Takoba Austin
Torta de chorizo: $8.50
two eggs, housemade chorizo, jalapeño escabeche, queso fresco, salsa secreta
Torta de salmón: $9.50
two poached eggs, smoked salmon, shaved red onion, roasted garlic-caper cream cheese
Chile Relleno en nogada: $11.50
roasted poblano, ground beef, dried fruit, walnut cream sauce served with Mexican rice
Tacos de verduras: $7.50
sautéed zucchini, caramelized sweet potatoes, roasted corn, green chiles, queso fresco, chipotle mayonnaise
Tacos de pescado: $8.50
crispy tilapia, shredded cabbage, pineapple, chipotle mayonnaise
Tacos al pastor: $8
pineapple-marinated pork, cilantro, onion
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