301 S Alamo St Ste 16s, San Antonio, TX | Directions 7820529.420921 -98.487898
Neighborhoods: Central San Antonio, Downtown
Good!! – This is by far the best Mexican restaurant.. very good service the best dish was el molcajete. I would recomend it to anybody!!
Ok food bad customer service. – We ordered the waiters recommendation. "El Mocajete". It's shrimp, chicken and beef fajitas with cactus and cheese. We did not expect it to come as a soup so be prepared. Our waiter never came to ask if we needed anything nor to refill our drinks. After pointing out a foreign surprise in our "soup" they didn't even offer a discount or anything. Overall our meal was ok but not great. Customer service was below average
Food & Building have real character – The Riverwalk was very crowded. Guadalajara Grill is only steps away from the Hilton. We came here and it was wide open. We had to make a decision - try the food (there was no one else there) or go back to the Riverwalk. We are REALLY glad we tried the food. Very tasty. Good Prices. I'm from North Carolina and this was way better than what I can get at my local restaurants. Just plain delicious. Pretty good Margaritas too.
Every once in a while, the best thing in the world is a good bowl of beans. – Simple, Hearty Food
Framed by the limestone McAllister residence, Guadalajara Grill, a.k.a. Charlie's Bar and Piejo Cafe, occupies the outer rim of La Villita. Inside, though, the territory is pure south of the border. Mexican movie posters cover the high walls of a dining room that spills out through tall doors into a streetside patio. The food is made by hand from fresh ingredients, and the quality is apparent from the rice all the way to the fajita platters.
Beans and Rice
Hey, that's nice. The bean pot soup is a spicy bowl of pintos, cilantro, onion and the hint of a ham bone floating somewhere in the mix. It's ranch-style food at its simplest, offering the basic bean, rice, tortilla, cheese and meat Pentateuch of Mexican restaurants in an authentic and home-style presentation. The transition from meal to dessert hit a slight bump with the overly sweet tres leches cake, but I forgive easily when Spanish rice tastes this good.
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