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New Rotisserie Meats Restaurant Is Now Open in a Train Car in Oak Hill

Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods features chicken, lamb, and porchetta

Inside Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods
Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods [Official]
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Oak Hill’s newest restaurant, Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Foods, is now open in a defunct and restored railroad dining car parked on 9300 Highway 290 West. The restaurant focuses on spit-roasted meats like chicken, porchetta, and lamb for mostly takeout, though there is dine-in seating as well. It opened its doors in early April.

The poultry is offered in whole form, half, or quarter, whereas the latter two types of meat are served by the pound. Owner Sarah Lindsey has been working with local farms and ranches like Tender Belly, and Capra Foods Co-op.

Chicken and sides from Winner Winner
Winner Winner Rotisserie and Fine Food [Official]

The rest of menu makes use of the rotisserie meats with sandwiches (the lamb is paired with garlic yogurt, chicken with curried aioli), plates, sides like farro, roasted carrots, and potatoes. For desserts, there are flavorful options like salted caramel pot de cremes to strawberry shortcakes. Drinks include beer and wine.

Lindsey didn’t intend on opening the restaurant in a railroad cart, it was just happened to work out that way. Because it was a dining car, it already included a kitchen and some seating. There is a patio too. Before venturing on her own with Winner Winner, she worked in Royal Blue Grocery’s kitchen for eight years.

Winner’s hours are from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday.