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Elizabeth Street Cafe

1501 S 1st St
Austin, TX 78704

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(512) 291-2881


  • Sunday: 8:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Monday: 8:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Tuesday: 8:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Wednesday: 8:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Thursday: 8:00 am - 10:30 pm
  • Friday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Cuisine: Cafes, Vietnamese Restaurants

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4.8 of 5.0 from 154 reviews

price range:$26 to $50

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Elizabeth Street Cafe in Austin, TX
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  • CaraBoth the priciest & BEST banh mi I've ever had. The pate on the house banh mi is rich, savory, and smooth as velvet, and their baguettes are both soft and crunchy. Simply perfect and totally worth it.

    55555 by Cara

  • Anisha KElizabeth St. Cafe is my goto sunday afternoon. The Pho and Dan Dan noodles are great. I usually finish with their financier and cappuccino. Absolutely love the ambience too!

    55555 by Anisha K

  • Ted VVegan crepe that's off menu is amazing. So savory and delicious.

    55555 by Ted V

  • James SideyThe breakfast banh mi are fabulous, and the baked goods might be the best in Austin

    55555 by James Sidey

  • dan s.The Singapore noodles!

    55555 by dan s.

  • Ana Paulina SDessert is a must ! There pastries are delicious ! They have this biscuits with layers of of flaky bread and butter covered in a sticky delight of sweetness!!! And have a Vietnamese coffee !

    55555 by Ana Paulina S

  • Samantha SmithSingapore noodles

    55555 by Samantha Smith

  • Lisa ERice noodles with lime chicken were great! Also get the Red Dragon punch - super refreshing on a hot day.

    55555 by Lisa E

  • Staff Picks"This new dish has my favorite Asian flavor, kaffir lime. Roll it up in a lettuce wrap and your lunch is golden. Grab a chocolate bouchon on your way out." - Chekmark Eats

    55555 by Staff Picks

  • AzyxAFrench toast is amazing.

    55555 by AzyxA

  • Annie TOverrated inauthentic Vietnamese, coffee made from premade concentrate! Shame...

    33333 by Annie T

  • Oz L.My favorite place in austin. The breakfast selection here is divine. The sticky rice and poached eggs are delicious and the perfect breakfast if you're tired of tacos. The croissants are excellent.

    55555 by Oz L.

  • George N.Arguably the best breakfast in Austin, at inarguably one of the few places where everything good about Austin fuses into one establishment.

    55555 by George N.

  • LukeThe spring rolls here need no explanation, just your affection

    22222 by Luke

  • Jaimie Yurie HanVermicelli wasn't amazing. I'd go with the bahn mi, fried rice or pho

    55555 by Jaimie Yurie Han

  • Mukund R.Nice cozy place. The spring rolls are terrific. Ginger-jalapeño sauce is kick ass

    55555 by Mukund R.

  • Edwin PIf you don't want to drink Phu (soup) definitely get the Bún or the Bah Mi sandwiches. It's absolutely fantastic. The best part is that everything is FRESH

    55555 by Edwin P

  • Selin CChicken and rice soup > Pork buns + poached eggs.

    55555 by Selin C

  • Jane EThe cuteness of the building and decor and the pastries

    55555 by Jane E

  • Miguel JSpring Rolls & Pho Pork Belly

    55555 by Miguel J

  • Sam D.Exquisitely fresh and full of flavor, a lovely light lunch of shrimp spring rolls

    55555 by Sam D.

  • Jenifer K.The steamed bun is delicious and super fluffy! The fried red fish fried rice is pretty good. Charming ambiance!

    55555 by Jenifer K.

  • Marion J.The grilled octopus salad and five-spice chocolate cake are killah.

    55555 by Marion J.

  • Dianne KPate bahn mi, bun, spring rolls, brunch menu, best macarons! Love the atmosphere, everything tastes fresh and flavorful. One of my favorite Austin spots.

    55555 by Dianne K

  • Karl RosaenFrench toast is exceptional

    55555 by Karl Rosaen

  • Raul NAll 10 times I've been here I've ordered something different and it was all f!$king amazing

    55555 by Raul N

  • Benjamin K.Meh, not that authentic or great.

    55555 by Benjamin K.

  • Camila JMelhor franco-vietnamita que já fui, apesar que deve ser o único no mundo. Noodles & macarron!

    55555 by Camila J

  • David L.Delicious pork bun, cocktails, macaroons, everything

    55555 by David L.

  • Eric HIf you crave a $16 bowl of pho served by a staff of young jerks, consider this your personal heaven...

    55555 by Eric H

  • Nathan W.Try their take on the bánh cuốn: it's a bit chewier than the real deal but the flavors are on point.

    55555 by Nathan W.

  • Danielle TThe Nutella crepe was to die for

    55555 by Danielle T

  • Lesley R.Cute place to grab lunch.

    55555 by Lesley R.

  • Natasha DThe no 49 is super clean and so is the mango crass or salad appetiser for veg

    55555 by Natasha D

  • Rebecca AThat Vietnamese iced coffee tho.. 😍

    55555 by Rebecca A

  • Outdoor Voices dTyler Haney, founder of Outdoor Voices, starts most of her mornings here with coffee and the Auditorium Shores paper.

    55555 by Outdoor Voices d

  • Julius T.Solid Vietnamese food but real expensive for what it is. definitely whitewashed a bit pricewise

    55555 by Julius T.

  • Sabrina M.A little pricey for the area, but the Singapore noodles were delicious and a great portion size. The sauces for the spring rolls also good. Very cute cafe.

    55555 by Sabrina M.

  • Jennifer SGo for brunch and get the breakfast banh mi

    55555 by Jennifer S

  • Melon L.Food is okay. Word to the wise: they won't split up large parties. You have to physically be present to put your name down. They also charge you an extra fee for takeout orders. Lame. 😒

    22222 by Melon L.

  • Jennifer SGet the steak on pho!

    33333 by Jennifer S

  • Hannah GTerrible service and even worse food, would not suggest to anyone.

    11111 by Hannah G

  • Jacobo GómezAsk for the burger, it's a secret menu item and it's amazing. Also any Pho is great and big enough to share

    55555 by Jacobo Gómez

  • Jason SAtmosphere, pho, and service.

    55555 by Jason S

  • Elevia L.Cute place, bland food, terrible service. If you think this place is good, you've obviously never had real Vietnamese food. Ps. Who pays $23 for fried rice...

    33333 by Elevia L.

  • Caro LHad breakfast/brunch here. Vietnamese-french cuisine and bakery. Delicious Shanghai noodles and pork buns. Highly recommended. Cute location and deco. Great staff and service.

    55555 by Caro L

  • Christy G.Pho is very tasty, and they serve healthy meats, but it is overpriced.

    55555 by Christy G.

  • Vi P.French & Vietnamese Fusion.... Great breakfast!

    55555 by Vi P.

  • Marc E.From "Best. Breakfast. Ever." - best breakfast banh mi sandwich ever, with eggs, pork belly, mint and avocado

    55555 by Marc E.

  • Victoria S.Can't go wrong with one of the Bahn mi's. Dumplings and pho are delicious too. Wine is decent. Fun casual place.

    55555 by Victoria S.

  • Austin, TexasWith a special menu dedicated to dessert and the cocktails that love them, this south side Vietnamese French fusion café is the perfect spot for your girls night out, special dinner date or brunch.

    55555 by Austin, Texas

  • MartinGood place for some Bun and a Le Fin du Mond

    55555 by Martin

  • Avery Epsteinfrench vietnamese fushion - be adventurous and DO IT

    55555 by Avery Epstein

  • Jennifer S.not really what id call authentic pho but still decent on a chilly atx night. appreciated the radishes though!

    55555 by Jennifer S.

  • Sandeep R.the lemongrass tofu with mushrooms bun is awesome!

    55555 by Sandeep R.

  • Kyle C.I wish the taste or portions justified the NY prices, but they don't.

    33333 by Kyle C.

  • Brian K.Delicious bahn mi. Fantastic escargot -get extra bread for mopping up the butter.

    55555 by Brian K.

  • Mike W.For an excellent non-Tex Mex breakfast in a ridiculously cute atmosphere, this place hits the spot. Don't miss the French-Viet crossovers like Breakfast Banh Mi. Read more on WinstonWanders below!!

    55555 by Mike W.

  • B WLove the French toast. Like the bahn mi. Hit or miss with the rest. Great ambiance, especially outside. Not cheap.

    55555 by B W

  • Erika LoyaI Love a great Bahn Mi so this is the only thing I ever order when I come here Its French infused Vietnamese Perfection!! My husband has had the Pho which is also excelent!

    55555 by Erika Loya

  • EpicuriousChef Greg Garwood decided to reinvent the classic French-Vietnamese sandwich, Bánh Mì, as a morning meal. In short—it's the Franco-Vietnamese-Texan sandwich that a breakfast town like Austin deserves.

    55555 by Epicurious

  • J PI ordered the Beignets & Jam (pic) and the Sticky rice with ginger sauce and poached eggs. This is a magical place with magical food. Highly recommended for brunch.

    55555 by J P

  • ASK Gwen C.The brisket Pho was excellent!! A bit pricey for Pho in Austin. But very good

    55555 by ASK Gwen C.

  • AllisonCute spot with good spring rolls, cocktails, and French pastries.

    55555 by Allison

  • Kell C.BEWARE: the two tops in the back are soooo small. In an attempt to squeeze into the booth, my ass nocked over my neighbors food. Ugh the humiliation!

    22222 by Kell C.

  • TV Food MapsCheck out Elizabeth Street Cafe as seen on Unique Sweets

    55555 by TV Food Maps

  • George N.I wish I'd come here hung over. Because the sticky rice and sausage may be the best hangover breakfast I've ever had.

    55555 by George N.

  • Chris H.Great Asian food with a cool hipster atmosphere. Loved the fried chicken vermicelli, and don't be afraid to get coffee (they serve StumpTown).

    55555 by Chris H.

  • Chefs FeedJason Donoho, chef of Alamo Drafthouse, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Phở bò.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • David S.Sticky rice and ginger sausage for breakfast. So fresh and good. I love the tea and Vietnamese coffee as well. Really fun spot.

    55555 by David S.

  • Andrea L.Steak and eggs for breakfast...BEST EVER

    55555 by Andrea L.

  • Will StokesI got the Kaffir Lime fried chicken Bún. This particular dish I give a 3/5, but the spring rolls are a solid 5. Great outdoor seating.

    55555 by Will Stokes

  • Laney B.Drunken noodles. Yum!

    55555 by Laney B.

  • Rosalyn K.Lime fried chicken bun with added mushrooms on a hot summer day is a perfect way to cool down. Get a naughty and end your yummy lunch with a fresh pastry or the sesame profiteroles

    55555 by Rosalyn K.

  • EaterElizabeth Street marries stylish and colorful design with a fusiony take on Vietnamese and French cuisine. The house banh mi, macarons, and playful punches are highlights. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • Craig B.Ginger pork sausage and sticky rice bowl: best breakfast in town!

    55555 by Craig B.

  • Alex P.Fantastic atmosphere and tasty food, but you'll pay for it - pretty expensive for Vietnamese. Skip the bùn and go for the pho - broth is amazing, and save room for a pastry or two!

    55555 by Alex P.

  • Vi P.The ambiance is great, Vietnamese fusion eats are a much welcomed example of creativity...

    55555 by Vi P.

  • Adrienne B.They say you can't have one but I do.. this is my favorite restaurant in Austin. Decorated beautifully. Order a specialty item (bottom of the menu). Macaroons are a must, two of every flavor!

    55555 by Adrienne B.

  • Patrick L.The pho bo was SO wonderful!

    55555 by Patrick L.

  • Lisa C.The fried egg rolls here are my favorite in Austin! The pork ban mi & red dragon cocktail were delish!

    55555 by Lisa C.

  • Maria CBahn Cahn and fried chicken bún.... Yes

    55555 by Maria C

  • Kevin R.The Singapore Noodles are awesome!

    55555 by Kevin R.

  • Laney B.Fried Chicken. Delicious.

    55555 by Laney B.

  • mike v.Good food. Small tables. Good service. Long wait.

    55555 by mike v.

  • Peter K.Try their creative cocktails when you're in the mood for tropical refreshment that nicely compliments their offerings.

    55555 by Peter K.

  • Joe SimonBreakfast sticky rice and Singapore noodles are the bomb!

    55555 by Joe Simon

  • Cecilia O.Love the food!!! Service was alittle slow but the options are great. Definitely will recommend and I won't mind going back again.

    55555 by Cecilia O.

  • Amanda C.Crazy good pork belly bun, great for hangovers. Got the drunken noodles and Banh cuon to share & was not disappointed. Only down side was very little alcohol in the punch drinks but they were tasty.

    55555 by Amanda C.

  • EaterTop picks include their inventive punches, the house special banh mi with chicken liver mousse and the Singapore noodles. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater

  • wolfie M.Learning not to bring kids near dinner time. Hostess was rude, made it clear she didn't want our business. Longtime BRUNCH customer, nicer people on that shift.

    22222 by wolfie M.

  • Jace D.The Breakfast Pho is the best in town. Huge portions of brisket. Worth every bit of sweat.

    55555 by Jace D.

  • PhoebeThe pork belly buns are incredible. I could've eaten two portions for dinner but I'm glad I didn't because the chicken thigh bahn mi was also amazing!

    55555 by Phoebe

  • Erika H.Tasty pressed mushroom and tofu bahn mi on house made bread - ask for no mayo for a vegan version of this stellar sammie.

    55555 by Erika H.

  • Jessica F.Drunken noodles are the best thing on the menu. Also love the poached shrimp spring rolls!

    55555 by Jessica F.

  • Priscilla P.The Nutella eclair is to die for!!!:)

    55555 by Priscilla P.

  • Wade T.The pork belly bún is stupid good. OMG!

    55555 by Wade T.

  • Alachia Q.The food is good but way over priced.

    22222 by Alachia Q.

  • Rick R.It's too freaking dark in here to read the menu. Bring a flashlight and your optometrist.

    55555 by Rick R.

  • Beth P.Vietnamese or French Press always a must!

    55555 by Beth P.

  • Joshua G.The almond croissant and braised pork pho was phenomenal. I hate places that do not carry regular iced tea, however!!!

    55555 by Joshua G.

  • jim h.The punches are great. Try the shrimp spring rolls to start with.

    55555 by jim h.

  • Rebeca V.One of my favorite atx spots and recommended to many people. Unfortunately at our last visit we were seated and NO ONE acknowledged is for over 15 minutes. Hope the service isn't slipping.

    33333 by Rebeca V.

  • S. P.try the amazing spring rolls with three unique sauces! Best spring rolls in town!

    55555 by S. P.

  • Molly B.Brunch is only served on Sunday. Almond croissant. Sticky rice with sausage and poached egg

    55555 by Molly B.

  • Kelsey G.Sticky rice with ginger sausage and poached eggs are out of this world good!!

    55555 by Kelsey G.

  • Austin Fine PropertiesTry any of their patio punches! The Shady Blonde with sparkling wine, littet, grapefruit, and thyme, or Saigon Morning Punch with pineapple-infused dry sake, jalapeno, mirin, lemon, and fresca!

    55555 by Austin Fine Properties

  • Alan B.Pork belly steamed buns with poached egg

    55555 by Alan B.

  • Chris P.Try any of their patio punches! The Shady Blonde with sparkling wine, littet, grapefruit, and thyme, or Saigon Morning Punch with pineapple-infused dry sake, jalapeno, mirin, lemon, and fresca!

    55555 by Chris P.

  • Lauren M.Don't load up on banh mis too much - save room for a pistachio eclair or pot de creme. And get a punch!

    55555 by Lauren M.

  • Steve W.Skip the pho. Go for the bahn mi or the creeps.

    55555 by Steve W.

  • Steve W.Crepes, not creeps. Thanks, auto-correct!

    55555 by Steve W.

  • NadineThe seafood crepe is the best thing here.

    55555 by Nadine

  • Travel + Leisure"Vietnamese with a French accent" is a good description of Elizabeth Street Café. Start with an order of pork buns before digging in to a bowl of pho. More places to eat like a local: tandl.me/12ufz7c

    55555 by Travel + Leisure

  • Debra E.Gluten-free fun abounds here! Try the macarons, too--they're made with almond flour.

    55555 by Debra E.

  • Wendy Jo P.Sticky rice breakfast special is the best!

    55555 by Wendy Jo P.

  • Lety L.Skip the pho...mundane. Specialty entrees far better. Re: drinks, the Plum wine punch w/cucumbers had a sour aftertaste, liked my Bitters mimosa but didnt pair well w/my food

    55555 by Lety L.

  • Rachel M.For the $ it's mediocre at best.

    22222 by Rachel M.

  • Todd M.Hai Ky is better... :-/ (and cheaper)

    55555 by Todd M.

  • Kyle B.Great new Vietnamese spot on South 1st. Good banh mi, pho, bun and good brunch (the crispy vermicelli cakes are like high fiving your taste buds).

    55555 by Kyle B.

  • Jack H.Sit outside, where its more quiet and there's plenty of buttroom

    55555 by Jack H.

  • Austin ChronicleVietnamese cuisine made with grass-fed meats, pastured eggs, local organic produce, and seafood fresh from the Gulf makes us happy, but not as happy as the dreamy drip coffee served iced or hot.

    55555 by Austin Chronicle

  • Jason FordSpicy pork meatball pho. Delicious!

    55555 by Jason Ford

  • Nicole S.They have lots of heaters set up outside. Also the atmosphere is great any time of day.

    55555 by Nicole S.

  • Pat L.Bon Cuon is unreal! Leave with a croissant for the a.m.

    55555 by Pat L.

  • Courtney A.If you're in the mood for pho, try the pork belly. Life-changing

    55555 by Courtney A.

  • Tyson F.The Bahn Mi and Pho are both fantastic. Chicken, steak, pork - seriously, it's all awesome. Best Vietnamese place in town.

    55555 by Tyson F.

  • Paulie D.One of the best in town. A must for dinner or brunch.

    55555 by Paulie D.

  • Andrea S.I loved everything we tried, good pho n bahn

    55555 by Andrea S.

  • Sujei S.The pork belly buns are my favorite and they are gluten-free!

    55555 by Sujei S.

  • Jeffrey Z.Try the Roasted Mushroom And Grilled Tofu Bún - #vegetarian #yum

    55555 by Jeffrey Z.

  • Jayna W.Pork belly pho, or die...

    55555 by Jayna W.

  • Social N.Funky and clean atmosphere. The food isn't what you'd expect, but it's amazing. I've never called Vietnamese refreshing before, but this place is. Great tea selection and fantastic macaroons.

    55555 by Social N.

  • Jeff B.Beautiful women, awesome music, cozy environment, and crazy good food that's not pretentious. Sign me up! (And take a look at the hilarious canvas art tucked back in the big table corner)

    55555 by Jeff B.

  • Ben L.Everything is incredible, but nothing beats the breakfast sticky rice.

    55555 by Ben L.

  • Paulie D.Say it ain't pho!!!!!

    55555 by Paulie D.

  • M J.Love the trio of dipping sauces for the spring rolls, YUM!

    55555 by M J.

  • Kristin WardianThe grilled octopus bún is seriously incredible! Super tender but crispy on the outside.

    55555 by Kristin Wardian

  • Daviz P.From a Viet guy: Get the Banh Cuon, which is a good mark of authenticity in a Vietnamese restaurant. The rice paper is going to be soft and mushy, but that's how it's supposed to be, FYI.

    33333 by Daviz P.

  • Sujei S.Everything here is delicious HOWEVER don't leave before trying one of their pastries. The pistachio eclair is awesome.

    55555 by Sujei S.

  • Kyla JBreakfast is great here too.

    55555 by Kyla J

  • Ben Escargots are off the charts.

    55555 by Ben

  • lexi p.Pho chicken breast wins.

    55555 by lexi p.

  • Anoop R.the breakfast menu is ridiculously amazing

    55555 by Anoop R.

  • Joe C.Try the chicken breast pho with lemon grass skewers. (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Joe C.

  • JoVonna C.Delicious! Grilled octopus b'un. Yum!!

    55555 by JoVonna C.

  • Tessa M.Pork belly bun, oh how I love you.

    55555 by Tessa M.

  • Michael W.Octopus Bún is superb

    55555 by Michael W.

  • Glo V.Best part of the dinner! Bouchon & English Butter Cake <3

    55555 by Glo V.

  • Rachelle K.Lots of gluten-free options, just make sure to double check the sauces being used.

    55555 by Rachelle K.

  • Nova T.Order an espresso from Steve! Congrats Larry and Alex, you have a total gem!

    55555 by Nova T.

  • Jefferson B.Go straight to the bottom of the menu for the Specialties

    33333 by Jefferson B.

  • Kyle B.The Crispy Vermicelli Cakes for breakfast/brunch are exceptional.

    55555 by Kyle B.

  • Amy GDelicious sake & plum wine punch

    55555 by Amy G

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