Barley Swine

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 7 publications
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7 expert recommendations


Afar Magazine

From a metal trailer to a brick and mortar restaurant, Bryce Gilmore, owner and head chef at Barley Swine, has elevated food truck cuisine to not only compete with the best restaurants in... Full review →

Once you do so, allow them to choose for you their favorite flavor combinations, which though hard to wrap your mind around, are out of this world.


Cozy gastropub is consistently crowded, thanks to chef Bryce Gillmore's loyal crowd of foodies, who have followed from Odd Duck restaurant.


Fodor's Tick@2x Choice

The strictly seasonal, locally-sourced daily specials blend the artistic style of Japanese sushi with the familiarity of Southern comfort food. Full review →

Be sure to list any food allergies when reserving, as dinner comes in the form of a fixed daily menu of chef-selected small plates ($75 per person).

Frommer's 34

Barley Swine has cornered most of the buzz in Austin these days, but locals will tell you it's all well-deserved...The menu? Offbeat and ever-changing. Full review →


Gayot 14.0

Barley Swine's entire menu is comprised of small plates, meant for sharing. But calling these "tapas" is like calling Van Gogh a doodler. Full review →


Travel + Leisure

In addition to chef Bryce Gilmore's 13-course tasting menu, à la carte dining is now offered to guests; indulge in unpredictable delicacies like pig skin noodles with shrimp dumplings Full review →


Zagat 4.7

One of the "hottest" places in town, this "amazing" "locavore" American in South Lamar from chef Bryce Gilmore provides "truly memorable" small plates made for sharing. Full review →

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