2300 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin
You know when you go to a restaurant during your travels and have such an awesome experience to return years later and not? Fortunately, this is not the case. I haven't been back in Austin for six years, so when I came back our here I insisted we go to Juan in a Million for Migas. As delicious as they were all those years ago, they still are. Hospitality is excellent too!
Excellent service and great food if you came to Austin you need to came here for a good breakfast
What Juan in a Million shares with many other Austin eateries offering Tex-Mex breakfast fare is generous portions of the sort of food that slakes the hungriest appetite, what old-timers called 'stick-to-your-ribs..' The bountiful food is served by a pleasant waitstaff, and you will be dining with local families also enjoying well-made comfort food.
Very disappointed that it was store bought tortillas and not homemade. Charged $7 for a side of guacamole...that's outrageous! Good service but prob never going back because tortillas.
great service, great food, awesome prices!!!
Food was great! Service was also great... but the flour tortillas were not homemade.
There are scads of mediocre Tex-Mex joints in Texas that can’t even put a decent plate of enchiladas on the table. This is the real deal. Just get the enchiladas and a beer. Don’t over think it.
We went here for brunch, place is busy with locals but the food is really good. One of our plates was too cool (seems it had been sitting under the heat lamp too long) but they fixed it with great service and came back piping hot. Overall service and food are good.
Hands down the best breakfast we've ever had in Austin. My husband and son had the Chile con queso and they LOVED it! I had the Don Juan, delicious! But I couldn't finish it so I took it to go. I also loved their coffee. Does anyone know what brand coffee they serve??
Not many vegetarian options (if you don't also eat eggs), but I ordered the cheese enchiladas and it was to die for! We were greeted by the owner with a warm welcome and a form handshake! Not something you see very often but made the experience very personable. I'll definitely be coming back to have this one dish again!
Highly recommend the breakfast tacos! Kinda a hole in the wall place but we ordered ours to-go. Lots of options, excellent flavor and good size. We each had 2 and were full for several hours. The migas breakfast taco is the one to get!!
We stayed at the most perfect place in the most perfect location while in Austin. Juan in a Million was around the corner from us. I saw the reviews while looking for a close place for breakfast. This joint came up and we thought, why not. They have a lot of indoor and "outdoor" (under a pavilion it looked like) seating. We got there and it was about a 15 minute wait. With the line out the door I was expecting longer. I was pleasantly surprised because the wait was faster than 15 minutes. The server sat us down and brought us a complementary basket of chips and homemade salsa. I was delighted and was hungry so I dug in. WRONG idea. That salsa was hot as heck. So, so, so spicy. I was not expecting that at all. When I realized I went in slower not scooping big chips full if salsa. Once that was realized I was good. I ordered the one breakfast that was the Don Juan El Taco Grande. I got it with corn tortillas. It was so big we could have just shared that! The food was so good. I went through most of the tacos and took the rest home. Man, if I was a local I would be back more often!! I'm happy I found it and I'm happier we came!!
Got here for breakfast 9:30 on Saturday for two. Wait was very short and the service and food is amazing!
My friends and family have been coming for years. One of my most favorite places for breakfast, especially like getting the 'Don Juan' the morning after a fun night out on the town. All the food is delicious, portions are filling and at a great price, and the staff and owner are just wonderful people.
In our one-week trip to Austin we chose to go twice here, for breakfast and for lunch, the reason is the delicious food they serve! We’ve beed introduced to the place by a local and he sure knew what he recommended! Service is very good, also.
I love this place! You have to try it at least once if you are in Austin! I have tried other things on the menu but pretty much this sells it for me! A combo of bacon, eggs, and cheese! Super delicious and did I mention it's pretty cheap? I believe all you need is $5.95 + tax and it will get you this delicacy ! It could feed two or 3 depending how hungry you are! It will for sure feed one ! You can free chips and salsa as well no matter what hour of the day it is, staff is always friendly quick and welcoming place looks a bit run down but is kept clean. Will keep coming back for years to come
Waited five years to go to this hole in the wall. Food is excellent. Salsa hotter than fire. Met Juan third generation. Really like this place. About 15 minutes from Austin airport. Parking is ample.
This is my second time here and the last time it was crazy packed, the line was wrapped around the building I'm not sure if they expanded it but we had no wait this time around. We came for their breakfast and I ordered huevos with a side of nopales (cactus) and the hubby ordered the Don Juan El Taco Grande. My food was good, a little bland and definitely need some salt. I was fine with that because I like to add my own salt. The hubby's food was so huge, you can order more tortilla and maybe feed 2-3 more people. His was really good. The service is great, very attentive and always checked on us. The prices are also very reasonable and a lot of people come here so that says a lot about this place. PS don't forget to ask for salsa verde. It's more mild than the red one they provide for chips.
I stopped here for breakfast this morning and what a great choice it was, it’s been on my list ever since the Man V Food episode. I opted for the ‘Don Juan Taco’ to emulate Adams challenge and I was not disappointed - It was delicious!
Had a long wait which was unusual because when we did get seated there was a ton of open tables all over and there was only three of us. Food was great, really hit the spot. The waitress was pretty inattentive, it was like she was purposely avoiding her tables. I guess she was busy, but our drink sat empty for a while which sucked because it took us 35 minutes to get our lunch after we ordered and I was so thirsty. I am giving four stars because I have a feeling this was just a one off and my first visit was just unlucky timing.
2300 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX 78702