Fodor's Expert Review Cisco's

$ East Austin Mexican

The interior of this family-owned eastside bakery and restaurant might be shabby, with worn linoleum floors and various Texas-themed memorabilia and newspaper articles hanging on the walls, but the hole-in-the-wall's classic Mexican fare still attracts a loyal breakfast and lunch crowd seven days a week. They are drawn by straightforward trademarks like migas (generously covered in melted cheese) and huevos rancheros that aren’t accompanied by the typical Austin brunch price tag. Diners are offered the choice of flour or corn tortillas or a side of homemade biscuits that can be dressed with drawn butter or honey, both found in squeeze bottles on the tables.

Mexican Casual Breakfast Lunch $

Quick Facts

1511 E. 6th St.
Austin, Texas  78702, USA


Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner

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