Citizen Eatery

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 9 reviews )
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5011 Burnet Rd, Austin, Texas, USA, 78756

Upscale vegetarian restaurant/bar serving breakfast and burgers, some of which are vegan (please inquire). Open Mon-Fri 10:30am-9:00pm, Sat 9:00am-9:00pm, Sun 9:00am-6:00pm.

Categories: Ovo, American, Organic, Beer/Wine

9 Reviews

First Review by AlishaM

Excellent Kids Plate - Edit

We went to Citizen Eatery to celebrate my daughters 1st birthday. She had the kids plate, which was black beans, wilted kale, and cheesy noodles. All plant based! Of everything on the plate, she loves the wilted kale the most. I was so proud to see her grab bunches of it.

For a app, we had roasted brussel sprouts. I also had a pulled plant sandwhich, and my wife has a hatch chili burger.

The restaurant was very posh, and unusually empty. The staff was a little distant, and did not warm up to us until the end.

Pros: Great kids plate, Good brussel sprouts

Cons: Cold Staff, Expensive

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Returning happy customers - Edit

This is an update on our previous review.

Plenty of vegan options, lots of vegetarian options, they are flexible with gluten free folks and offer paleo friendly meal which are vegan friendly as well. This restaurant is great! And today we tried the veggie noodle pasta (made with zucchini and sweet potato and a vegan pesto. So delicious) and the Assam burger, and Indian inspired burger (not gluten free).

All in all this is one of our favorite vegan friendly brunch spots offering a completely meat free menu. Definitely worth a look.

Kristian & Ale

Pros: great staff, friendly, and attentive, healthy, vegan, vegetarian, paleo, gluten free opt, clean, simple aesthetic vibe

Cons: it can get a little cool in the spring and fall du, many options are made with soy so be sure to ask i

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great vegan brunch! - Edit

Great food, lots of vegan options, nice ambience and friendly staff

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great food - Edit

Amazing hamburgers
Great aeoli sauce
Yuca fríes !!

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Not great for Vegans - Edit

This restaurant seems to be focused on vegetarians and added vegan options to be on trend. They don't really know what vegan is. I was told different things about the baked goods being vegan or not. They didn't know what cheese they used. The food was very salty. I was really hoping this place would be great bc I love so close. I went once and won't be back.

Pros: Vegan options, seating, location

Cons: Salty food, Staff not knowledgeable on veganism, Not reliable

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Nice place for a nice meal - Edit

This is a nice place to eat. Great options for breakfast, brunch, lunch. Loved the Indian spiced burger!

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wonderful - Edit

Had breakfast here on Sunday and was very pleased with the whole experience! The place is clean and fresh! Has vegan options that we found to be very satisfying! The own greatest us with a great attitude and it carried out throughout the staff
Give it a try you won't be disappointed!

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Good Vegan Options - Edit

We got the Citizen burger and the power bowl - both were very large servings. Both were yummy, not outstanding but were good. The burger did get a bit mushy towards the end but by then I was so full it was ok. Good vegan options, for that alone I'd visit again.

Pros: Ample Vegan Options, Good servings Sizes

Cons: Burgers on a bit of the mushy side

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Ok but not great - Edit

Citizen Eatery has a cool, chill vibe, but the food falls a little short. I had a bit of the pulled jackfruit sandwich and it was alright but not amazing. I've had better. And the burger was soft and uninspiring and just sort of mushed everywhere with each bite. The sever was friendly, but that wasn't enough to make me want to return frequently. I'd try it again to see if it was a fluke, but neither my husband nor I were impressed.

Pros: nice relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff

Cons: not amazing food

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