If I had been allowed to do so, I would have moved into Kerbey Lane Cafe, like a stowaway on an 18th-century ocean voyage, hiding under tables and venturing forth whenever safe to steal whatever I could. As this did not seem a realistic option, what with my job expecting my return on Monday, I did the next best thing...I came to Kerbey Lane for BOTH days of my two-day Austin trip. Why bother going somewhere else when you have already discovered a place that sells $2 mimosas, migas (eggs with many Mexican-y things over tortilla chips), and gluten-free pumpkin French toast? If you answered, "There is absolutely no reason to go anywhere else," then you are absolutely correct.To begin, the mimosas. These were mimosas in only the loosest sense of the word, as they were really full glasses of champagne with a drop of orange food coloring poured on top. I feel I got my $2 worth.Moving onward, the migas. I had never experienced or even heard of migas before Kerbey Lane, but I am confused as to why more places have not yet discovered the brilliance of mixing all the delicious Mexican things with eggs and tortilla chips. Highly recommended.Next, the gluten-free pumpkin French toast. Yum? I can't really say anything else. Worth ordering. A lot.As I went back the next day, I can also speak to the pork tacos, which were as delicious as everything else. The prices were fantastic, the servers were friendly, and if you can somehow get out of doing your job or area already career-less, I highly recommend considering this as your new place of residence.
4101 W Parmer LnAustin, TX 78727
From Business: A kolache is a warm, delicious, slightly sweet fresh-baked pastry traditionally filled with sausage, cheese, or fruit. Like our ancestors, we at Kolache Factory, make our dough daily from scratch, using the finest, freshest ingredients
My fiance and I stopped in on a whim to get some sugar before classes started up again. I have been very disappointed by cupcake places in the past- most of them pale in comparison to a Betty Crocker cake mix! However, Polkadot's is a dream come true. Almost everyone who complains about this p…
8. Red Lobster
3815 S Lamar BlvdAustin, TX 78704
From Business: Fresh is in our food: Each day, you’ll find an updated selection of fresh fish on our Today’s Fresh Fish menu, not to mention live Maine lobster, freshly baked Cheddar Bay Biscuits™, crisp salads and a host of fresh seafood recipes waiting to be explored. Fresh is in our knowledge: No one knows seafood better than we do. A…
We ordered our meal and the salad was good until we got to the bottom of the bowl. My wife found what she thought was a piece of tough lettuce. It turned out to be a rubber glove.... Stay Away.
2408 W Anderson LnAustin, TX 78757
From Business: Houston's, a part of the Hillstone Restaurant Group, is a dining facility that provides a range of food services. Its menu includes coconut shrimp, black beans, roast chicken, soups, salads, sandwiches, burgers, pork ribs and baked potatoes. The restaurant also offers a variety of wines that includes merlot, pinot noir, sa…
I have been to the Triangle where the Flying Saucer is located several times. I can't understand the ""con"" associated with parking. The Triangle has at least two different parking garages besides the street parking. You can park across from the Flying Saucer in a two level garage, or behind th…
Hands down, this place clearly allows consumers to make healthy choices. For those nutrition conscious eaters, calories shown on menu is huge!! The food is even better! Welcome to Austin Corner Bakery!
Highly recommend this location. This is my go-to place after a hard day at work to relax with great food and drinks. If you're able to get patio seating, even better! As for food, I recommend the Voo-Doo Tuna and the Grill Ruby Trout salad.
The french fries are awesomeness. The burger meat had an off taste like it had been microwaved. The onions on the hamburger were good and the avacado was minuscule so there was hardly any flavor to help cover the meat. The Old Bay seasoning on the tables made the meat tolerable. the service fo…
30. Jim's Restaurant
12832 N Highway 183Austin, TX 78750
From Business: Operational for more than 60 years, Jim's Restaurants is a part of Frontier Enterprises, a family-owned company that operates Jims Caf and Coffee Bars and the Magic Time Machine Restaurants. It serves a variety of beverages, such as juices, milk, tea, lemonades, iced tea, coffee, sodas, milkshakes and various soft drinks. …
Loved my first experience here! I came here with a visiting friend to get some queso with dinner, and it did not disappoint. We both fell in love with the Kerbey Queso - it had just right amount of thickness to it and mixed wonderfully with the guac. It was also served with salsa, and eating the chips with both the queso and salsa together was magic. We both have been dreaming about the queso ever since.
Came here for brunch, got a cocktail, ordered the brunch Jerk Chicken and the Shells&Cheese with the sausage.Place is very busy and very popular: staff seem a little stretched.The Devil's cocktail was tasty: the Shells&Cheese was undercooked (or very very very al-dente) with bland cheese sauce, and he jerk chicken was forgotten by the kitchen. It eventually showed up. Tasted like chicken LOLOh well.
Healthy delicious food! I have been enjoying Two Hot Mama's creamy cilantro salsa for years. Now I can buy it and other delicious salsa at the the actual restaurant. We enjoyed crispy corn tortillas topped with grilled vegetables, rice, corn and black bean salsa...YUM YUM! Each diner can create their own culinary masterpiece. Which suits my family to a tee.
So freakin' good. They have me spoiled and comparing every taco shop in Austin to their deliciousness. Highly recommend taking a trip to east Austin for some breakfast tacos. It's worth the drive. This place moves tacos like no other. You'll understand why once you take your first bite. I'm in love! Keep making Austin proud.
Since arriving in Austin in July, I've been driving around the entire city patronizing only the best local restaurants. My experience at Foreign & Domestic, now places it in my Top 3 places to eat in Austin! Very unassuming storefront nestled in quaint neighborhood producing a superior product. My kind of place for sure!
BBQ wise, I love their meat. Ribs are awesome, so is the ham, turkey, and sausage. They don't have the mac n cheese or corn bread here like at other locations, so that stinks a lot. Hard to find parking sometimes as well. Great BBQ overall though and reasonable prices. Definitely worth trying.
Order the horchata, it was the biggest serving I've ever had and one of the better horchatas I've found in the states. The mahacado con huevo is a must, my friend ordered chorizo and it tasted like chorizo, my dish tasted unlike anything I've ever had before. Will definitely comeback!!
Juan in a Million is one of those great places you visit on any trip to Austin, especially that breakfast taco. Come in early and you won't have to wait in line or struggle with parking around the neighborhood. For low prices, great Tex-Mex, there is nothing that could go wrong!
I really love this place! It's a cute restaurant with a great location, huge parking in the back. Sometimes there is a little bit of a wait, but the outside environment is really nice. They have some awesome burgers and the food overall is really delicious!