Excellent breakfast at reasonable prices. Lots of food. Sunday wait only about. 20 minutes. Would like to go back for lunch next time.
My first time to this part of Austin as many have said this place is worth a try. It is! I am a big eater. I had the Don Juan and it was quite good. Cheap and filling but, yes, I did eat the whole thing. The service was good and I personally found the place to be clean and... More
The chicken tacos were delicious. The breakfast menu is overwhelming. All the dishes had the right amount of zip. Their salsa made from scratch is a nice blend of spices. Would definitely eat here again. Juan, the owner, is there to greet his customers. What a character!
After watching "Man vs. Food" on the Travel Channel, I knew I had to go to this place and eat the famous Don Juan Taco. This breakfast taco (potatoes, bacon, eggs, cheese) was piled high over one, small tortilla. I should have said, "five", when I was offered extra tortillas. It was pure heaven to eat. I can't believe people... More
We had breakfast here. The food was a welcome pleasure as it is getting harder to find authentic tex-mex. Our service was fast and efficient and we thoroughly enjoyed our meal. This is a great place to add to your Austin favorites.
Being from Texas, we like our breakfast tacos, chips, and salsa. Juan in a Million is tops in all of these. The Don Juan is easily shared, with egg, potato, bacon, and cheese... just get a few extra tortillas for a small fee. Open from early to about 3:00, this place can have a line if you don't time it... More
Our friends had badgered us incessantly to go with them for breakfast here and we finally went on a Sunday morning. They wanted to go early (0900) to avoid the crowd and get some close by parking. It does not have a lot of curb appeal but in this part of Austin (East First Street) it blends in with the... More
Authentic Mexican breakfast served in large portions with great hot sauce. No atmosphere and located in eclectic neighborhood in East Austin. Only serves breakfast & lunch, will return to try the lunch menu!
I went to this restaurant based on all the great suggestions in the Austin Visitor's guide, but after eating there, I cannot believe this place got such great ratings. The food is terrible, not authentic at all, and the restaurant is not clean. The utensils had food particles on them, and the drinking glasses had lipstick on the rim. Don't... More
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