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Brick Oven

9911 Brodie Ln., Austin, TX 78748
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Dress Code:
Casual
Cuisine:
Italian, European, Pizza
Menu:
  • Garlic Chicken & Sun Dried Tomato Pizza
  • Mediterranean
  • Cook's Spicy Special
  • Southwest Chicken Pizza
  • Portabello Mushroom & Prosciutto Pizza
  • Spinach & Artichoke Alfredo Pizza
  • Pizza Margherita
  • European Pizza
  • Specialty Toppings
  • Standard Toppings
  • Cheese Pizza
  • Gourmet Vegetable Stromboli
  • Green Chile Chicken Calzone
  • Italian Stromboli
  • Italian Calzone
  • Cannelloni
  • Baked Spinach Ravioli
  • Chicken Lasagna
  • Lasagna
  • Chicken Parmesan
  • Fettuccine In a Basil Pesto Cream Sauce
  • Chicken Rigatoni In Chipotle Pesto Cream
  • Pasta Rustica
  • Pasta Primavera
  • Spaghetti Marinara with Meatballs
  • Capellini Pomodoro
  • Greek Salad
  • Cranberry Gogonzola Field Green Salad
  • Caesar Salad
  • Garden Salad
  • Spinach & Artichoke Dip
  • Oven Baked Portabello Mushrooms
  • Bruschetta
  • Meatball Appetizer
  • Toasted Mozzarella Garlic Bread
  • Minestrone Soup
  • Tiramisu
  • Italian Cream Cake
  • New York Style Cheesecake
  • White and Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake
  • Tuscan Truffle Pizza
Features:
  • Catering
  • Private Rooms
  • Take Out
Products and Services:
  • Dinner
  • Drinks
  • Entrees
  • Food
  • Fruits
  • Italian
  • Lunch
  • Meats
  • Pizza
  • Soups & Salads
  • Vegetables
  • Wine
  • Wines
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memmac2002
Patti H

Patti H

Monday, December 21, 2009
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This restaurant has the most delicious Gluten Free pasta
This restaurant has the most delicious Gluten Free pasta dishes. Their Gluten Free Pizza options are also wonderful. It is reassuring to go to a restaurant with Gluten Free options and enjoy the food as much.
I highly recommend it.

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Recommended: Yes
youarewhatyoueat

youarewhatyoueat

Saturday, August 9, 2008
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Very Disappointing
After hearing it was the only place in Austin where you can get true brick oven style pizza, I suggested to my friends that we give it a try. We tried several personal size pizzas. Both the portobello mushroom and the truffle w/ prosciutto were just ok, nothing outstanding and just not worth the price. Mine was sort of cold. The pizza Margarita was the biggest disappointment. Folks, I have been to Italy, and I know what true Neapolitan style pizza is, and this is not it. It's just sad they are trying to make the comparison. It was NOT a true pizza Margarita. (where was the fresh tomato puree? Or even the fresh mozzerella? Or ANY sauce or ANY cheese for that matter? It was merely 4 small pieces of crust, each topped with a 1/2 inch thick slab of unripe tomato on some wilted basil. If you can't do something correctly, why even bother?) Also, it was nowhere near a $10 pizza, it was more like a $4 pizza. The salads were way overpriced too, for what we got. The soda was even flat and gross.
The one thing we ordered that was good was the calzone, it was generously sized and tasty with Italian sausage and peppers. Unlike the individual pizzas, it was filling. It was also the only thing we ordered that looked like it had just come fresh and hot from the oven. The sauce it came with on the side was the most generic, boring stuff imaginable, but by that point, I don't think any of us had any real expectations left. We spent so much money, but left still feeling hungry and unsatisfied. I don't think any of us will be back.

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Pros: Calzone
Cons: everything else
Recommended: Yes
LeighLo

LeighLo

Friday, June 6, 2008
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Save your $ and go somewhere else, unless of course you have
Save your $ and go somewhere else, unless of course you have absolutely no pallet and like to be charged $20 for a pizza that's only a small step up from mall food court pizza!

It's incredible what people will eat when a restaurant puts on enough airs that their food is worth the price tag with really nothing else to back up that claim. We ordered the Caprese Salad to start, thinking it sounded like a very fresh and light dish. About 8 minutes later, our waiter plopped down a platter that had a mere 6 basil leaves swimming in balsamic vinegar and oil and on top of that were 5 tomatoes and hunks of cheese! The salad that they passed this off as in their menu this was not and as for the presentation, I've seen better in school cafeterias. It didn't get better with the taste. The tomatoes were under-ripe, the basil bitter and the cheese was so covered with vinegar that the tastes were simply grotesque mingling in my mouth.

Only moments later, our pizza arrived and I seriously thought to ask the waiter, "What is this? I ordered a $20 pizza, not some Papa John's reject!" The crust was thin and cardboard-like, having no seasoning whatsoever and simply tasted like water and dough, not to mention it was burnt on the bottom. The cheese or should I say lack of it (for I could see the crust underneath and the pizza had spinach, cheese, tomatoes and sauce!) was runny and bitter in taste. There was not one good thing I could possibly say about this pizza!

And, as an added bonus to our disastrous dinner, the service was appalling, with the waiters taking more time to converse with each other than refill my drink or ask if everything was ok, and they were only mere feet away from our table! Then, we were herded out of the place as if they just couldn't allow us to occupy that table one more second.

All in all, the MOST horrible dining experience I've ever had while in Austin and I feel my duty to warn anyone else who might even THINK about dining at the Brick Oven Restaurant.

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Recommended: Yes
Depreciating_Asset

Depreciating_Asset

Thursday, September 13, 2007
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There are restaurants all over this area now, and the Brick
There are restaurants all over this area now, and the Brick Oven is still my favorite.

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Lalongo

Wednesday, August 15, 2007
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What a disappointment. The pizza was soggy and undercooked in
What a disappointment. The pizza was soggy and undercooked in the middle. Service was also awful. Waitress was unpolite overall and service was slow.

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Primary Phone: (512) 292-3939

Hours Open
Monday 11:00am to 9:00pm
Tuesday 11:00am to 9:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am to 9:00pm
Thursday Closed
Friday 11:00am to 10:00pm
Saturday 11:00am to 10:00pm
Sunday 11:00am to 9:00pm