Food is fresh and service attentive. Always have a good experience here. Our favorite Cajun spot in Austin.
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We were excited to celebrate our 41st Valentines day together here this afternoon. Our food took a longer time and maybe it was because of Valentines Day but it was worth the wait. We took our free dessert home and just over an hour ago...More
I have eaten here many times. I have never been disappointed with their food. I really like the fried catfish with jalapeño tartar sauce. All the sides are good but I like to find out what they have for veggies of the day. They have...More
The Creole Eggs Benedict with Tasso ham is a favorite although the creole hollandaise is great on omelets, too. Tangy without being hot. If fried green tomatoes are the veggie-of-the day you’re in for a special treat. I’ve never had a bad meal or bad...More
This is a great little place for a nice meal or a business lunch. The wait staff are always friendly and knowledgeable. Informal, pleasant atmosphere. very consistent, high quality food. Not too pricey. Try the chicken atchafalaya. We go often and have never been disappointed.
we've been coming here for years for the excellent food and reasonable prices. the place is relatively small and hidden away, but have had to wait for a table the last few visits as its popularity has grown. staff is always friendly and hospitable. drinks...More
Hi texastraveler014 and thanks for the love! Just wanted to make sure you know you can make a reservation on our website cypressgrill.net or by calling us up. That way, you can just show up and eat! We're also super busy right not because of...More
Great local restaurant. Amazing fish options and seasonal veggie. The wait staff is always on point and friendly. Good options for kids. Teriffic seasonal veggies.
South Austin neighborhood restaurant, good food, good staff, good value, Thursday music, and a Great Fat Tuesday! Love Cajun food and atmosphere!!
We really like everything we've tried here; the side dishes are not neglected. I especially like the grits, which are creamy, not gluey or too cheesy. The pancakes are better than the pancake restaurants in town. Both gumbos, the red beans and rice, the vegetarian...More