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Inspector Picks: Three Favorite San Antonio Restaurants

Courtesy of Botika
March 04, 2022
Whether you are traveling to San Antonio for the Alamo or planning to explore more of what this destination has to offer and need to know where to eat, try out some of our expert’s favorite restaurants to make the most of your vacation.
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303 Pearl Pkwy.
AAA Inspector 66: I'm loving this Peruvian-Asian affair of aromatic, tangy and complex small-plate creations. The Huancaina sauce is so off the charts!
Chef Geronimo Lopez melds traditional Peruvian cuisine with flavors from Japan and China. Your taste buds will come alive with his classic ceviche, seasonal miso, corn and cheese empanadas and spicy soba noodle salad. The funky décor fits the Pearl, artsy yet totally laid back, like the servers who are very well versed in the complex yet fun menu. For a refreshing nonalcoholic drink, try the house made ginger-mint beer.
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AAA/Inspector 66

Frederick's Bistro

San Antonio, Texas
AAA Inspector 66: I am wowed by the variety of food served. Duck confit, Nicoise salad, seared tuna, smoked salmon and Vietnamese dumplings are but a beginning.
Quiet and refined, this far-north eatery features a strong wine list and such interesting offerings as duck confit, Manhattan clam chowder and veal piccata. For a dazzling dish try Frederick's Salad with seared ahi or the smoke salmon appetizer masterpiece. I consider this spot among the city's top restaurants. For a dazzling dish, try "Frederick's Salad" with seared ahi or the smoke salmon appetizer masterpiece.
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AAA/Inspector 66

Silo Elevated Cuisine and Bar-Loop 1604

434 N. Loop 1604 W.
AAA Inspector 66:
The name hints at its second-floor location as well as a higher style of dining. The dining room is refined and the service exceptional. The seasonally changing menu can feature duck, oysters, seafood and aged prime rib-eye, all prepared in creative and imaginative methods that layer enticing flavors, aromas and textures.
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