Chinese-American Restaurant Outdated Thousand Expands to Brentwood

Stacey C. Slagle

Aged Thousand, the popular Central East Austin Chinese-American cafe, is opening its next locale about the weekend. The 4805 Burnet Highway restaurant in Brentwood (where Noble Sandwich Co. used to be) will open on Sunday, Oct 4 for lunch and dinner with takeout and 3rd-get together shipping and delivery services only, for now.

On deck will be Outdated Thousand’s standard Chinese-American menu, ranging from the brisket fried rice to the mapo eggplant to mala fried rooster. The restaurant is known for featuring a substantial vegan and vegetarian menu as well, such as the kung pao cauliflower, salt and pepper tofu, and vegan fried rice manufactured with Further than meat. The new restaurant is meant to be a lot more relaxed than its older sibling, providing counter-support rather than desk-assistance, when it does open up for dine-in.

Old Thousand is run by proprietor Ben Cachila, government chef Jeff Brown, and sous chef Rhys Davis. The first restaurant along East 11th Street opened in 2016. This growth was announced a year ago.

The Burnet Highway deal with experienced been home to sandwich restaurant Noble, which opened in 2014 and closed in 2019 (its very first spot on 620 has been turned into a barbecue cafe by the co-proprietors).

The two areas of Previous Thousand are only giving takeout and supply services (no dine-in provider for now). Pickup orders can be placed on the net or above the mobile phone at (737) 222-6637. The Brentwood restaurant’s hrs will be from midday to 9 p.m. Sunday by Thursday, and then from noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

a room that has a sign on a brick building: The interior of Old Thousand on Burnet Road

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The interior of Old Thousand on Burnet Street

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