Austin is nearly 180 years old, and in that time, certain dishes have stood out amongst the fray as the best, most delicious representations of the city. To help figure out those must-eat meals, Eater put together a handy guide to Austin's most iconic dishes.
The city’s defining dishes range from a mix of old and new. There’s the classic pancakes at Kerbey Lane Cafe, the migas plate from Cisco’s Restaurant Bakery and Bar, the sturdy salad from Mother’s Cafe and Garden, Franklin Barbecue’s world-famous brisket, tacos galore, and much more. This update includes the chicken fried steak at Hoover’s Cooking, the burger at Salt & Time, and the cauliflower tots at Better Half.
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