I’ve heard this place is closing. I hope that’s not true. This is a local east side dive that is quite good! They have the best migas in town. It’s a grease pit place with the flavors of decades of good food!!
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I haven't eaten at Cisco's in several years and I thought I saw that the owner was retiring so I assume it may be under new management. We came looking for soup - tortilla or pollo - but no luck so I ordered the chicken...More
My daughter and I visited here in August. I have to use a walker. My daughter is one of our wounded warriors. She suffered a traumatic brain injury in Iraq. She uses a service dog. We entered the restaurant and the owner met us and...More
We took several friends for brunch last weekend before the Texas football game and, wow, was it fun and delish! No, not the game but that's another story. Chips and salsa came with our meal and while we waited, we consumed a basket and a...More
Cisco's is a hole in the wall. That's fine, but the the ceiling was leaking, you have to throw toilet paper in trash cans, and a roach had to be swept off our table. The food- was okay. I've had better migas and better tortillas....More
This is a piece of Austin history wrapped up in a dirty little hole in the wall. Great food, repeated for years. History of the town and surrounding areas taped to the walls. This is a local.
We were in Austin visiting a group of friends. With excitement, they mentioned that we would be going to breakfast at Cisco's. They themselves were very eager. We trusted them. At first site, the restaurant is very basic. However, the food was out of this...More
I have been going to Cisco's for years, and it is always the same...the migas are great, especially after a late evening before, the bloody mary's are consistent, but just a cool, unassuming locale; also, the price is right!
Visited today passing thru Austin, but breakfasted here regularly when I lived there. I give this five stars because it excels at being exactly what it is, and being so consistently at least since I first dined here in the 1970s. Service is quick and...More