Chinese delivery kitchen now serving South and Southwest Austin

A newly opened kitchen offers Chinese-American restaurant staples including potstickers, sweet and sour chicken, and lo mein. (Courtesy Tso Chinese Delivery)
A newly opened kitchen offers Chinese-American restaurant staples including potstickers, sweet and sour chicken, and lo mein. (Courtesy Tso Chinese Delivery)

A newly opened kitchen offers Chinese-American restaurant staples including potstickers, sweet and sour chicken, and lo mein. (Courtesy Tso Chinese Delivery)

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Tso's four founders are all Austinites: Angell Tsang, Jenna Choe, Eunice Tsang and Min Choe.
Tso Chinese Delivery in South Austin opened Nov. 27 offering Chinese-American classics such as General Tso chicken, honey walnut shrimp and Beijing beef.

The location at 2407 S. Congress Ave., Ste. F, Austin, delivers within an approximately 4-mile radius of the kitchen, with William Cannon Drive being the southernmost border of the delivery zone.


The company was founded by four Austinites: Min Choe, Angell Tsang, Jenna Choe and Eunice Tsang. The SoCo location is the brand’s third in the Austin area, following the Cherrywood kitchen that opened in 2017 and the Arboretum kitchen that started offering delivery in 2019.

“I’m excited to share our food and service to our fans and friends in the area,” CEO Min Choe said in a news release.

Expansion into South Austin is possible partly because of $2 million in seed funding, which is investments made in a startup company in exchange for stakes. Investors included former co-CEO of Whole Foods Market Walter Robb and co-founder of Bazaarvoice and data.world Brett Hurt, according to the news release.
By Maggie Quinlan

Reporter, Southwest Austin/Dripping Springs

Maggie joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in July 2021 after a year spent covering crime, courts and politics at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington, near the border with Idaho. In Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs, Maggie covers education, business, healthcare, transportation, real estate development and nonprofits. Prior to CI, she graduated from Washington State University, where she was managing editor of the student newspaper and a section editor at her hometown newspaper based in Moscow, Idaho. Maggie dreamed of living in the Austin area for years and feels honored to serve the communities of Southwest Austin and Dripping Springs.