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Trudy’s is a local Tex-Mex restaurant and bar in Austin, Texas. It’s is well known for its fabulous Tex-Mex and great drinks including the famous Mexican martini. It has three primary locations and one “sister” café. There is the “North Star” location at Burnet and 183, the “Texas Star” location at 30th and Guadalupe, and the “South Star” location at Little TX Lane and IH-35. The sister is called the South Congress Café which is also locally owned by the same owners. Trudy’s is moderately priced for the great quality of food, drinks, and service. It’s casual but fun environment attracts a variety of guests which results in a very high-volume restaurant. The service is extraordinary, despite the occasional glitch in which case the management does a fabulous job in taking care of. It seems as though Trudy’s tries to exceed all the expectations of its guests to keep them more than happy and always willing to come back. The menu at Trudy’s has a decent variety of food to offer, all for an affordable price. Other than the typical Tex-Mex, (tacos, enchiladas, nachos etc…) they have items from salads, to chicken fried steak, to fish and shrimp tacos, to stuffed avocados, to mango tilapia quesadillas. Some items on the menu that are found at other Tex-Mex or Mexican restaurants are typically served with better quality at Trudy’s. From personal experience, I’ve had “flaquities” at Serranos as well as at Trudy’s and Trudy’s won by a long shot. Not only that, but I’ve also had enchiladas at Tres Amigos and Trudy’s, and again, Trudy’s wasn’t comparable. The food always comes out in less than 20 minutes and is typically still steaming, depending on what was ordered. They also have two monthly specials along with different daily specials for each day of the week. The prices for food items are very moderately priced, none exceeding about $10 or $11. This keeps people coming back…...

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