Since 2001, we've served the historical cuisines of Vietnam to Central Texas, and we're proud to be a local favorite. Our menu includes dishes from many regions in Vietnam, and we hope you'll visit us again and again.
Note: As we do not have space in our menu for every ingredient we use in each dish, please let us know if you are uncertain about what's in a dish before you order. Once it arrives to your table, it is yours. Also, please inform us of any food allergy you may have in advance, so that we may prepare it to your liking. Thank you!
A cold roll hand-assembled with lettuce, vermicelli, cilantro and apple (plus your choice of meat below) wrapped in rice paper. Served with our homemade peanut sauce for dipping.
CLAY POT ORIGINALS
All lunch items come with iced tea and your choice of salad, soup or spring roll
Available Tues. - Fri. - From 11am to 3pm
Pho (pronounced "fuh") is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup made with beef and chicken broth, flavored with various spices and topped with onions, bean sprouts and cilantro - very healthy! Choose the meat(s) to customize your pho:
Rare beef (Thit Tai), Beef meatball (Bo Vien), Pulled Chicken (Ga Xe), Tofu (Dau Hu), Beef brisket (Thit Chin), Beef Tendon (Gan Bo), Pork (Thit Heo), or Shrimp (Tom)
Bun Nuoc (pronounced "boon nwok") is another popular rice noodle soup made famous throughout Vietnam. Whether made in the North or South, every region has its own Bun Nuoc. Let us take you on a journey of three main regions in Vietnam with these unique versions.
A hot pot (lau) in Vietnam is a fun and relaxed way to enjoy a delicious meal with friends and family. So allow plenty of time for this meal, as lau cuisine cannot be rushed. If you're in a hurry today, we suggest that you try a hot pot on your next visit when you can schedule time to thoroughly enjoy good food and good friends.
Vietnamese enjoy sharing a hot pot - not only for the tasty and fresh food that is "cook as you go" cuisine - but also to catch up on the latest hot gossip around town! Sharing a hot pot with friends is a wonderful celebration, so we invite you to allow yourself time to truly enjoy the experience.
Hot Pot Tips:
- Share the lau fun! Call three+ friends or family to join you (Note: you'll be sharing the same food, plate and pot, so be sure everyone is comfortable with this arrangement). Children are welcome, but as we cannot supervise them around the hot pot, we ask that you keep an eye on them for their safety.
- A lau has many ingredients. If you or a guest has any food allergies, or is not able to eat spicy food, please let your server know before you order.
- The whole idea of a hot pot meal is to cook as you go. Everything for the hot pot will be prepared fresh when you order. We'll give you a quick hot pot lesson when it arrives to your table, but you and your guests get to be the chefs! Cook everything to your own preference and enjoy!
Hot Pot Additions
(12 years old or under)
First: Choose your drink
Second: Choose your side
Third: Choose your main course
Coffee: Vietnames Style
A fun-to-drink flavored tea (or smoothie) with tapioca pearls. Bubble teas are made with one or two flavors.
Taro, Lychee, Coconut, Passion fruit, Papaya*, Avocado*, Honeydew*, Peach*, Pineapple*, Mango*, Strawberry*, Banana*
* fresh fruits
Original milk tea, Thai tea, Matcha, Mocha
*** Note: Clay Pot is not responsible for, nor do we recommend undercooked meats. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.