The culinary masterminds at Odd Duck are known for changing things up as they please, but the burger on their lunch menu is always a winner. The patty itself is made from Richardson Farm brisket and chuck eye roll ground with Wagyu ribeye trim. It’s topped with fried egg pimento, tobacco onions and house-made bacon rillette and presented on a fresh baked bun.
|Venue name:||Odd Duck||Contact:|
1201 S Lamar Blvd
|Cross street:||at W Gibson St|
|Opening hours:||Mon -Thu 11:30am-10pm; Fri 11:30am-11pm; Sat|
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Average User Rating
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I give Odd Duck 10 out of 5 stars. Brunch today was a symphony in my mouth. I began with the egg custard studded with lamb chorizo, accented by escabeche and lime aioli, then moved on to the goat hash with slices of amazing goat pastrami accompanied by sweet potatoes fried so light it's a wonder they didn't float off the plate. I ended with a churro which will forever redefine all churros for me, a pastry of melt-in-your-mouth flakiness on a bed of creamy yet light orange custard. I realize none of these dishes may be on the menu when I managed to wing my way back to Austin, but that only means I get to try new food from Bryce Gilmore's genius.