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Started in 1981, Texas French Bread is a bakery/cafe, which is situated in central Austin, Texas. Also serving special dinner menus on certain days, the bistro offers a complete range of breads, pastries, desserts, etc. Its bill of fare consists mainly of coffees, pastries and breakfast, lunch and dinner items. It also serves homemade sandwiches, soups, salads. Espresso, drip coffees, cold drinks and add soy are some of the beverages offered by the cafe. It also serves dishes, such as scrambled eggs, bacon and eggs, banana walnut pancakes and breakfast tostadas for breakfast. The special lunch menu offered by Texas French Bread consists of box lunches, chicken salad, vegetarian on focaccia and smoked turkey. It even uses its caf and garden for hosting events and parties.

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (512) 499-0604

Phone: (512) 799-0544

Fax: (206) 266-7021

Fax: (512) 499-0604

Payment method
mastercard, visa, amex, discover
Price Range
Central Austin, West University

Texas French Bread Inc

Other Email

French Restaurants, Caterers, Bakeries, American Restaurants, Sandwich Shops, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street, Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Cuisines: Caterers, American, Sandwiches, French, European, Bakeries, Continental

Cuisine: American

Price Range : Average


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overpriced food

I pass by this place when I walk to school every morning. I went in a couple of times to give it a go, but I was disappointed. I was hoping for a cheap, friendly neighborhood bakery that I would fall in love with. almost everytime I get a cookie or some pastry, its almost always stale. I feel like everything that i eat there is never fresh. the workers seem kind of snooty if youre not one of the rich and old usuals that come by. not only that, but its terribly expensive. I paid 10 dollars for half of a sanwich and a stale cookie. needless to say, I am going back to sweetish hill bakery.



Very Good -- But

This is one of my favorite bakeries everything is good. However, I found out from the staff that lots of food is thrown away if it doesn't sell -- I was shown huge bags full of edibles (I couldn't have fit them in the trunk of my car.) This is shameful, in other cities here in Texas, such food is packaged and delivered to "soup kitchens" so that it can be incorporated into meals. One kitchen said that they could use anything edible to create meals. I was disgusted that in Austin of all places that such an upscale business would throw away food that had been for sale only an hour earlier.

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