Fonda San Miguel

2330 W. North Loop, 512/459-4121

John Anderson

Offers traditional Interior Mexican cuisine, including several gluten-free choices. Much of the produce comes from their own garden or local farms. Eggs and chickens come to the table from Vital Farms. Try the Angels on Horseback, or just show up for the famous Sunday brunch.
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Chronicle Reviews

Fonda San Miguel

This book is a must for every longtime Austin resident and for all fans of true Mexican cuisine

Claudia Alarcón, May 19, 2011


Austin's Top 10 Lunch Buffets

We'll decide when to say "when"

Emily Beyda, Dec. 19, 2019

Here's the Cheese: Chile Con Queso Options

Gracie Salem, March 13, 2013

Fonda San Miguel Continues Its Progress

Fonda San Miguel continues to challenge itself and please its patrons

Claudia Alarcón, May 17, 2012

Best of Austin Awards

First Plates Awards

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