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
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
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.
Looked pretty good.
The Wolf Omelet was James’ choice. Ground beef, bacon, sausage, cheese, jalapeno onions and tomato
Will have to give this ago next time!!
I had the Chorizo. Mexican sausage, scrambled in eggs, ranchero sauce and beans.
Enjoyed this, definitely a big serve, everything is bigger in Texas, including the biscuits.
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.