Gourmet Street-Fare Meal for Two or Four at Trey’s Cuisine (Up to 56% Off)


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In a Nutshell

Homemade breads & pastas envelop sliders, pierogis & kebabs crafted from ingredients from local farms

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Expires Jul 11th, 2012. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. 2-person minimum for Meal for Two option. 4-person minimum for Meal for Four option. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $8 for a meal for two, which includes one entree per person (up to a $17 value)
  • $15 for a meal for four, which includes one entree per person (up to a $34 value)<p>

The menu is headlined by vegetable or meat kabobs with homemade focaccia and sauces (up to $8.50 each), croquette sliders ($4.25), and dainty pierogis (up to $4.50 each).<p>

Trey’s Cuisine

Cowden Ward III grew up with a spatula in hand, helping his mother whip up French Louisiana and Texas coastal dishes for their large family. After stints at culinary school, far-flung Holland kitchens, and rollicking Alaskan crab boats, he helms the steady kitchen floor of Trey’s Cuisine with a menu moored by a long tradition of international street food. Ingredients from Bat Creek Farms and Countryside Family Farms help flavor kebabs of focaccia and vegetables or meat doused in chimichurri, vinaigrettes, and other piquant sauces. Homemade molasses potato bread envelops sliders inspired by American and Greek flavors, and the buttery dough of pierogis embraces hearty bites of cheese and prosciutto. Trey’s Cuisine’s Twitter page reveals daily specials and appearances at fairs and local happenings, and the eatery also caters its handheld helpings at special events and birthday parties for the Addams Family hand.


The entire staff loves what they do and it shows. Second, and most important is the food. It's easily some of the best we've had yet.

Special Contributor, The Daily Meal, 9/7/11

Overall, I really like their sliders and hope I can go back to try different items!

Karen L., Yelp, 1/8/12
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    600 S. Lamar Boulevard

    Austin, Texas 78704


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