Cisco’s Restaurant Bakery Austin Texas

Cisco’s Restaurant Bakery is a local Austin favourite and one of Jane’s and James’. Cisco’s serves Mexican Food and is open all day and is a good spot for breakfast

Street Art

One of the first things I noticed about Cisco’s is the street art. Lot’s of interesting additions to the mural.


Cisco’s, which opened in 1946, is not exactly a fine dining restaurant, but if the food is a good as it smelt when we entered, the eclectic decor adds to the experience.

Everywhere you look there is another picture, piece of memorabilia or a photo of a famous patron

The Food

As a starter we were served with Corn Chips and the house Salsa, needed a bit of spice, thankfully there was hot sauce.


Jane’s breakfast choice was the Migas. Tortilla chips fried with onions and tomatoes, scrambled in eggs & melted cheese, with sausage and beans, with ranchero sauce on the side. Jane added a side of bacon.

Cisco's Restaurant Bakery, Austin Texas, Mexican Restaurant

Looked pretty good.

Wolf Omelet

The Wolf Omelet was James’ choice. Ground beef, bacon, sausage, cheese, jalapeno onions and tomato

Cisco's Restaurant Bakery, Austin Texas, Mexican Restaurant

Will have to give this ago next time!!


I had the Chorizo. Mexican sausage, scrambled in eggs, ranchero sauce and beans.

Cisco's Restaurant Bakery, Austin Texas, Mexican Restaurant

Enjoyed this, definitely a big serve, everything is bigger in Texas, including the biscuits.

Cisco's Restaurant Bakery, Austin Texas, Mexican Restaurant

Cisco’s Kitchen

More Street Art


Cisco’s Restaurant Bakery

Cisco’s is one of those places that only a local would know and a tourist would skip, big mistake. It is a unique place to eat with great food. Check it out the next time you are in Austin Texas.

3 thoughts on “Cisco’s Restaurant Bakery Austin Texas

  • September 14, 2017 at 07:02

    great photos of wonderful street art!

  • September 14, 2017 at 10:57

    My arteries are hardening at the site of this…

    • September 14, 2017 at 12:03

      Do you need the address of the restaurant?


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