Finding the best bagels in Austin turned out to be fairly simple because there aren’t many options to choose from. Despite having a fairly developed food scene, Austin has surprisingly few places to buy bagels. (Probably as a result of our constant consumption of breakfast tacos.) In order to confidently share with you where to eat the best bagels in Austin, I made the decision to set out and try all the bagels there in a side-by-side taste test.
I adore all varieties of bagels, including toasted everything bagels with cream cheese and all the inventive “Austin-y” flavours like brisket schmear. I also adore melty bagel sandwiches with drippy eggs and crisp bacon. But I made the decision to forego all the extras and compare plain bagels to everything else for this taste test. I adore adding lots of delicious toppings to my bagels, but it’s difficult to compare flavours exactly. If a bagel is toasted, sliced open, and topped with cheese, sausage, and eggs, it will almost always taste fantastic. I therefore drove around the neighbourhood and purchased plain bagels from four different stores, then I brought them home to compare their flavours both toasted and untoasted.
I taste tested the most popular Best bagels in Austin TX.so you can share your experience below post . some one i tell you more about
Rosen’s Bagels were the best all-around quality
An interior that is perfectly dense and chewy, with tiny microblisters on the exterior and a thin crust.
Wholy Bagel was a pretty darn close second.
Compared to Rosen’s bagel, this one had a slightly fluffier interior that was less chewy, and a thicker crust.
Nervous Charlie’s was the squishiest – good for sandwiches.
If you look at the image below, you can see that when I bite into the Nervous Charlie’s bagel, it squashes down the most. Even though it’s not the ideal ingredient for a textbook-perfect bagel, this makes a fantastic bagel for a sandwich. I don’t want to bite into a bagel sandwich and have all the fillings spill out the other side, just like with burgers, but the bagels at Charlie’s keep that from happening. If Nervous Charlie’s was not quite fluffy enough, Wholy Bagel’s was a little too fluffy. (Rosen’s was the ideal middle ground.)