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Cisco's Restaurant Bakery

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1511 E Sixth St
Austin, TX 78702
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(512) 478-2420
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Best

Austin native I can tell you the Migas are the best you will ever eat. When you order get the Migas with fajita sausage not so great. Enjoy. Pros: Plenty of parking

Worst

This place is not worth the visit. For lunch, they were out of any chicken items or menu items with steak. The wait staff was rude and never once asked if the food was ok or o...

Past Gloria 4/1/2011

My parent's took me here as a child and I remember how great it was. I am not a fan of Mexican food and after been dragged there by the wife I remember why. But if you have to have it than this is about the best 1960 mexican food place around. more

MIGAS MIGAS... 8/13/2008

Austin native I can tell you the Migas are the best you will ever eat. When you order get the Migas with fajita sausage not so great. Enjoy. Pros: Plenty of parking more

Best fajitas, great customer service, LOVE IT!! Fast and delicious.... either in a hurry, or nothing to do... Cisco's is the place to go. 12/3/2007

If you are looking for a comfortable, cozy place to get a good, fast meal.... go to Cisco's. Migas, Piccadillos with ranchero sauce, all of their food is outstanding. Feels just like home, very cozy and comfortable... i eat there every weekend now! Pros: good parking, best food Cons: $$ more

Best breakfast - Migas 11/25/2007

I have to disagree with the person who said Ciscos was a disappointment. I use to live in Austin but now I live in Houston and I LOVE CISCO'S. I drive all the way in from Houston every so often to have their MIGAS. I think they are the best. I have sampled Migas in several restaurants in Austin and Houston and by far Cisco's has the best. I also like their biscuits. Pros: Their migas have always been exceptional Cons: I live in Houston and they are in Austin more

Terrible Disappointment 9/8/2007

Cisco's is horrible.\r \r I want to preface this by saying that I fully realize that I'm one of the only dissenting views on here, but I went to Cisco's based on the popular view and I suffered through one of the worst Mexican meals I have ever had in Austin.\r \r \r Cisco's is all-around low-quality. The items I sampled (Migas, biscuits, breakfast tacos)were overpriced and had all the flavor of cafeteria food. The tortillas were especially bad; hard flavorless discs that looked and tasted like they were store-bought. Accompanying those disappointments was a bland, canned-tasting salsa. More than anything else, the food at Cisco's reminded me of the Tex-Mex common in the Midwest, a region with a Latino population too small to demand or create quality dishes. It's always a bad sign when there are no members of the ethnic group the food comes from, and at Cisco's, there wasn't a single Mexican-American sitting at the tables.\r \r \r Cisco's seems to be one of those Austin restaurants that stays open based on a past glories it no longer achieves. With so many better options for Tex-Mex food in Austin (Las Manitas, Acuarios Cafe, El Gallo to name only a few), do yourself a favor, don't settle for mediocrity. Pros: Parking was easy to find Cons: Crowded, Prices, Flavor more

Best Fajitas 7/25/2007

I've seen places come and go in Austin but Ciscos is never ending. there have been better Fajitas in town but as far as the best fajita taco NOW, Ciscos. Tell them to charr a little. This is not an upscale place so don't expect to be handheld or slobbered over. If you want some GREAT Migas, and great tacos including fajitas at a bargin price..........go to Ciscos. Pros: GREAT Migas and fajitas Cons: not upscale, and won't hold your hand if you need that. more

fantastic 1/14/2005

A place you should be eating at if you live in Austin more

Fast and Delicious 9/26/2004

Ok it is game time again(LONGHORNS!!) and if you are looking for good food that is fast, and delicious all in one. Then it is at Cisco's. If your looking for a friendly atmosphere like cheers (where everyone knows your name!), then come here more than twice and here's your place! Can be busy sometimes or real crowded with a line out the door, but that must be good then. Sure the staff might get overwhellemed and miss a refill, but the food and service any other time is worth coming back for. Us loyal customers know and appreciate, you just have to understand how Cisco's really is! Pros: Great food, Great service, Cheer's atmosphere Cons: , crowded, parking more

Not Impressed 7/7/2003

This place is not worth the visit. For lunch, they were out of any chicken items or menu items with steak. The wait staff was rude and never once asked if the food was ok or offered drink refills. The cashier was rude and refused to made eye contact. Go to Darios or Nuevo Leon but skip this place. more

Austin at its Prime 12/19/2002

After walking across East Sixth from their parking lot and opening the door, I knew Cisco's prides itself on being another one of those places that keeps Austin unique. The friendly waitstaff recommended I try their migas on my first visit -- superb; deliciously spicy. Pros: value, atmosphere, unique more

Menudo Heaven 11/6/2002

Cisco's has been a fixture in my life for twenty-five years plus. From repairing hangovers to celebrating old freinds Cisco's represents Austin in all it's hospitality and style. more

Simply the Best 8/16/2002

Best tex-mex breakfast for sure! Migas rule!Picadillo's (Roll filled with taco meat) are outstanding, try with the ranchero sauce, definetly habit forming. Also best beef fajitas in Austin. This is the kind of place that makes Austin Austin. more

Gotta Love it 6/27/2002

The best cure in Austin for anything! The open kitchen grill and the huge pans of fluffy homemade biscuits greet you when you come in the door. The tacos and mexican food are always grease-filled greatness. Dieter's should stay away or expect to give in, there's no way not to indulge. more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    This friendly old Austin restaurant, open only for breakfast and lunch, is a laid-back mish-mash 1970s style. In the back, the Jody Conradt Room houses large tables for parties...

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  • Neighborhoods:

    East Cesar Chavez

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