Peruvian San Antonio

Rocotos Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

Rocotos Grill-San Antonio Restaurants

This Peruvian cuisine is truly good and sticks to true Peruvian cuisine.The place is very informal and the difference between the quality of the food and the physical restaurant is abysmal.I the end prices are high for the type of restaurant, decor and… ||| This is off the ƒ??touristƒ?� path but it was near our hotel. They specialize in Peruvian food NOT MEXICAN food. We asked for recommendations from the waiter and he steered us clear of the fajitas and recommended their signature chicken plate and steak dish. It…

Brasa Chicken-San Antonio Restaurants

Brasa Chicken-San Antonio Restaurants

We stopped in for lunch and it was awesome. We had the Peruvian Rotisserie Chicken and it was great. Moist, tender and flavorful. It was definitely something different than the ordinary and very reasonably priced. We had a whole chicken family style with beans and… ||| In comparison with other Peruvian Rotisserie Chicken establishments in San Antonio (i.e. Rocottos, Festejo), this restaurant could use a few upgrades. The food and prices are very compatible, but they utilize plastic cutlery and glassware. And ordering is done cafeteria style…no waiters! Dollar for dollar,…

El Ceviche De Waldito-San Antonio Restaurants

El Ceviche De Waldito-San Antonio Restaurants

Wow! Eating here was an amazing experience!! We will all come back. I have been to Peru and this cuisine was Fabulous! We had ceviche, lomita saltido, a buffet plate, yucca, Papa rellena, and a delicious dessert and delightful tea. The owners are incredible people,… ||| We found this little Peruvian restaurant accidentally. You walk in, find a table, and go up to where Chef Waldito is dishing out plates of wonderful braised veggies, rice, beans, chicken, and pork. Try some fabulous tea. Use as much of their home made hot…

Botika-San Antonio Restaurants

Botika-San Antonio Restaurants

We were pleasantly surprised what a great new restaurant we found in San Antonio.The food was so unusual and the ambiance was great. The lamb shank was a little on the spicy side but we still ate every last drop. This restaurant is a… ||| We had heard about Botika and decided to try it on our visit to San Antonio. We sat outside which was an improvement over the exceedingly loud and freezing cold interior. Nonetheless, we had to ask for candles to be able to see our menus…