Odd Duck Farm To Trailer

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  • This gourmet, small plates trailer is changing the way Austinites think about food trucks. The upscale truck changes its menu daily, so check their website. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Chef Bryce Gilmore owns the popular gastropub Barley Swine, but he got his start with a food truck called the Odd Duck. It still exists and sometimes he still mans the grill.
  • Amazing food! Pork belly, quail, quesadillas, rabbit- everything was tremendous! Try it all.
  • The pork shoulder is heavenly. Whenever they have it on the menu get it. Also, their tomatoes have been amazing lately.
  • Not a fan of grits until my eyes were opened. Creamy, savory & cheesy with a perfectly poached duck egg. Brilliant.
  • The food was way worth the 2.5 hour trip here.
  • I went here for the first time and had a pork belly slider, if everything on the menu is this amazing, I will be coming back everyday! :)
  • Make sure to BYOB
  • As seen on Anthony bordain and Andrew zimmerman
  • Pork belly sliders are always great but if you can get the cheddar cheese grits with duck egg, grilled zucchini and mushrooms
  • Grilled goat cheese sandwich and the off the corn cob are yum yum!
  • Amazing. Local source food truck in great little truck park. I had pork belly that I still dream of.
  • Wow .. who knew food this good could come out of such a small trailer! The grits and poached duck egg were completely incredible!
  • Get the pork belly slider with sauerkraut and shaved turnips and aioli, goat cheese grits with a poached duck egg, or venison sausage with sweet potato salad, if they have them. Arrive early.
  • My faves: grits w duck egg AND pork belly slider
  • first stop after getting off plane. worth traveling from Washington just to visit here. we had 2 of everything in our group. cleaned up the plates
  • everything he makes is delicious
  • This local chef used to work at Boulevard in SF. That is enough said for me.
  • I want to try the pork belly, lentils and poached farm egg!