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Breakfast faves at this daytime institution with modest decor include migas & biscuits.- Google
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a month ago
I am from San Antonio de Bexar and Cisco's is like the small family run restaraunts on the Southside of San Antonio(!)...friendly people serving toasted biscuits and Juevos Rancheros(!) fit for Urban Vacqueros!!!
5 months ago
It is probably the most horrible places I've ever been to! Place was really dirty very expensive and the food horrible totally uneatable. I will never go there again I wouldn't recommended not to my worst enemy! Please do yourself a favor and don't go there.
Response from the owner - 5 months ago
We are sorry you feel this way about our restaurant. It's a favorite among original Austinites. We know it's not the fanciest, but we are proud of our Migas, biscuits, fajitas, tacos, carne guisada, all of it. We offer a bit of nostalgia to long time Austin residents who've been our customers since the '60's. We realize the new-to-Austin folks don't always "get it" and we are ok with that. We don't market to them, we don't do any marketing and do just fine. It's not for everyone and obviously not for you. Thanks for your input.
8 months ago
Fast service, friendly staff. Food is terrific. This place is not fancy, but has been predictably good for the 30 years I have visited. I take out of town guests there for a taste of what Austin used to be like. Worth a visit.
2 months ago
We visited Cisco's on Memorial weekend and if you like migas my wife highly recommends this place. I had the hueves ranchers which was very tasty. I rated them with 5 stars for the migas even though I also had a chorizo and egg taco on the side that left a bad after taste. We'll definitely be returning for the migas and hueves ranchers. Habaneros on Oltorf in south Austin has the best fajitas rancheras in Austin (in my opinion).
3 weeks ago
We are treated like royalty when we go :) They have the best queso and biscuits. Prices are great.