Relaxed atmosphere, great fresh delicious food, friendly good service, and easy prices. What could one villain about?
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We were going to a show at the Vortex Theater down the block and chose the Eastside Cafe for its proximity to the show. We were asked if we minded eating in the "Garden Room" which is just a small house behind the main cottage. It was no problem, the room was definitely for larger groups but served its purpose.... More
We ate the meatloaf and quesadilla with salad. The most delicious part was the Buttermilk Pie for desert! Totally worth the visit. The strawberries offset the rich caramel taste perfectly.
Very good food here. Not much parking, but we walked from my sons apartment complex. We had a variety of food and everyone enjoyed their meals. Have a little bit of a wait, but not bad.
Eastside Cafe is a gem on the east side of Austin. Locally grown produce adds to the delicious choices on the menu. We love farm to table restaurants and always seek them out when we travel.
Over the years we've been to Eastside Cafe for lunch many, many times but it has been a few years now since the last visit. I believe the management may have changed. I was really disappointed today. The pollo tortilla soup, which used to have avocado and chunks of chicken, today had no avocado; if there was chicken, I couldn't... More
My wife, daughter and I ate lunch at the Eastside Cafe in January, on a Thursday afternoon. I had the meatloaf, my wife had the Panko Chicken and I don't remember what my daughter ordered, but she loved it. Our meals were excellent, the salads fresh and the service was was good as you would want. We ate in the... More
For the last 20 years we have been going to the Eastside Cafe for lunch and it is still one of my favorite places when we are in Austin! The food is fresh and changes with the seasons and is consistently good. The setting in a private house adds to the atmosphere and the service is great too.
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