Facebook > Email > More Pinterest Print Twitter Play

Dining Guide

Edera Osteria Enoteca

Spanish and Italian flavors are beautifully melded and enticingly presented in an austere but dignified (and a bit noisy thanks to the hard walls and floors) dining room. Our first courses were dauntingly large (some of both went home with us): a clam and mussel combo with one of the finest light sauces and most exquisite al dente servings of spaghetti we have had in San Antonio and veal carpaccio with white truffle and Grana Padano that was as light and tender as could be. A main course of osso bucco, its succulent veal shank served with gremolata over a Spanish chorizo risotto, would have been plenty for three. Smaller and milder was a braised rabbit with a tangy vinaigrette sauce. A bit dry (but when is rabbit not dry?), it was nevertheless flavorful and imaginative. Elegant desserts of crema catalana (crème brûlée with a Spanish accent and raspberries) and light and mild tiramisu finished things up. For a brand-new restaurant, the service impressed us as remarkably assured and practiced.

City: San Antonio

Cuisine:

Drinks: Beer & wine

Price: $$$

Rating: ★★

Address: 1903 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio, TX, 78212

Hours: L & D Mon–Sat.

Phone: 210-530-1111

Website: www.ederaosteria.com/

Last updated: April 5, 2016