Odd Duck

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 9 publications
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9 expert recommendations


Austin Chronicle

The food...is innovative and thoughtful... delivering appealing texture and flavor contrasts and combinations. Full review →


Bon Appétit

Where Austin goes to eat the next big thing. Full review →


Condé Nast Traveler

The food trailer-turned-restaurant from highly esteemed chef Bryce Gilmore celebrates local Texas food and drinks. Full review →



This food truck turned brick and mortar was an early trailblazer of the city’s farm to table movement, thanks to chef Bryce Gilmore’s inventive take on locally sourced, modern American cuisine. Full review →


Gayot 14.0

Bryce Gilmore's brick-and-mortar version of Odd Duck, his food truck, showcases a seasonal menu featuring only ingredients sourced from local farms. Full review →


Not For Tourists

Gourmet food served out of a funky trailer. BYOB. Full review →


Tasting Table

This Zilker brick-and-mortar spot replaced Bryce Gilmore's original food truck, but the vibe is more relaxed compared to its fancier sister restaurant, Barley Swine Full review →


The Infatuation 8.4

Aesthetically, Odd Duck is an idealized version of all things Southern: friendliness, homey-ness, vintage-y decorations that definitely aren’t actually vintage Full review →


Zagat 4.5

Barley Swine chef Bryce Gilmore has returned to his culinary roots, opening this brick-and-mortar version of his popular first project on the site of the original food trailer in South Austin. Full review →

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