Fresh take on sushi and teppanyaki in the burbs.
Wood-fired flavors from Spain to Italy to Palestine.
This Castle Hills Thai spot tempts with fresh takes on tradition.
A solidly eclectic menu served in a former convent painted tropical pink.
Nowhere better than the home of Pioneer Flour for brunch or lunch.
A loud and lively spot for south-of-the-border specialties.
This jazz venue at Pearl does bar food right.
Thin-crusted and wood-fired, these are the pies to beat.
A kid-friendly vibe and Mexican street food from coast to coast.
Neighborly Beacon Hill spot with fresh, mostly Italian fare.
Authentic tacos and more with righteous sabor.
Cocktails, bowling, and better-than-expected bar food.
Southern Indian bites, breads, and tiffins.
Fresh, fragrant Vietnamese cuisine in Olmos Park.
A tight menu of pho and banh mi at a stylishly wabi-sabi spot on St. Mary’s Strip.
From banana-leaf tamales to cochinita pibil, the dishes here will take you all over Mexico.
Johnny Hernandez's SoFLo cantina offers a fresh take on all things Mexican.
Botika enchants with an evocative space and unique menu of Asian and Latin American fusion.
Located in the historic Beretta Hops House, energetic Tre paints a pretty picture.
This chicken has a cult following.
Pho from A to Z.
Crispy fare with a Southern flair.
Max's gives bar food a good name.
Sweet and savory in the Med Center.
Delicious, daunting burgers in the Stone Oak medical area.
Perhaps taking a card from the popularity of Hawaiian poke cafes, this new ceviche-centric spot is an order-at-the-counter, make-your-own-mix kind of place but with San Antonio’s next-to-Mex accents. We found the mildly marinated fish very fresh, the dining room minimalist, and the line to order long, even on an early…
Diego Galicia and Rico Torres make magic in their tiny kitchen.
Much more than swords, steaks, and chimichurri.
Best Thai near Lackland.
New Southern rises at the Alley on Bitters.
Hacienda vibe, spacious patio, packed parking lot.
Tex-Mex standards upheld here for 23 years.
Ethiopian and Eritrean food served with style.
The neighborhood goes global at this citrus-fresh Castle Hills spot.
Serving camaraderie and hand-crafted pizzas in equal measure.
Not your granny's vegetarian.
A carnival of Middle Eastern flavors.
Snag one of ten tables for a taste of Peru.
Med Center Thai spot blooms with flavor and freshness.
Neighborly Mexican cafe in the Deco District.
Afghan kebabs, quormas, pilafs, and more.
Expect to stand in line for braised oxtail and spicy jerk chicken.
Texas standards in one of the classiest dining rooms on the north side.
Fine French cuisine in a believable Provençal setting.
Big, bold Mexican food on Bandera Road.
This casual near-downtown Italian eatery keeps it spicy.
The ambience is "Texas modern" and the beef is excellent.
Rebelle sparks a glamorous seafood revolution at the St. Anthony.
Making breakfast fancy, one waffle at a time.
This tiny noodle house from Michael Sohocki draws a loyal crowd.