Odd Duck Farm to Trailer
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1219 S Lamar Blvd Austin, TX 78704
1219 South Lamar BoulevardUSTexasAustin78704
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"Example: Rabbit meat, soft-boiled duck egg, and mushrooms on grits."
"Pork belly sliders are a completely decadent delight."
"Odd Duck has an awesome, seasonal menu focusing on fresh, local ingredients."
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Mike Galante
4 years ago
Odd Duck has an awesome, seasonal menu focusing on fresh, local ingredients. The best thing I had was some grilled rabbit and check their daily menu constantly for it to come back. It's worth noting you should get about 3 items per person and that in the evenings the line can get pretty long. If you get hungry waiting for your food, do like I did and grab a donut from Gourdoughs as an appetizer.
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Anyssa Aldape
3 years ago
Worth the hype! Try the pork belly sliders, to die for! The pork is so tender and fatty, it's awesome. They usually have a stand at ACL, which is one of the better places to eat at.
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J Catherine Thompson
4 years ago
Some of the best culinary inventions around. Example: Rabbit meat, soft-boiled duck egg, and mushrooms on grits. Hungry yet? Stop by the neighboring Gourdough's gourmet donuts trailer next door for dessert.
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Mark Sullivan
3 years ago
I love this food truck. Pork belly sliders are a completely decadent delight. But the main question is, what happened to this place?? The trailer is gone with no sign indicating relocation??
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Jillian Newman
3 years ago
Before there was Barley Swine there was Odd Duck (and there still is, thankfully). The focus is wonderful farm-fresh cuisine in a trailer that varies according to seasonality and the chef's whim (the pork belly is great as are the soups). And since they can't serve you, you can BYO bottle which makes BS an excellent spot for a casual date when the weather is nice.
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John R
3 years ago
Amazing food, fun atmosphere, and AMAZING FOOD! They recommend that you order 2-3 dishes and that's smart if you want to leave feeling at all full.
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Ben Mineo
3 years ago
Unbelievable restaurant quality local food from a trailer. This place redefines quality and value. It's as much of a must-visit place in Austin as brick-and-mortar.
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Bacon Ator
3 years ago
Bring a bottle of wine, get there early, plan on having a bit of a wait. Or, get there late, with three bottles of wine, and sit and sip till your food finally arrives (which, btw, will be tasty, albeit not hasty).