One of San Antonio's best.
I love to eat here for breakfast. The chilaquiles plate is my favorite but everything I've eaten at El Milagrito for breakfast or lunch has a touch of love in every bite! They great you with a smile and the food comes out quick and delicious. I highly recommend checking them out.
The salsa comes in three flavors: mild, hot and ouch.. No Halbo Espanol If you don't speak Spanish, be prepared to point at the menu items at El Milagrito. The waiters are welcoming, but English is optional. Classic, homemade Tex/Mex is the rule at El Milagrito, a casual oasis filled with regulars, unexpectedly located in the North Saint Mary's club strip. Outside, picnic-style tables and benches are placed under welcome shade. Saturdays and Sundays the joint fills up.
From the Kitchen You'll hear happy sounds of someone who knows what to do with beans, and a gold-toothed waiter will call you "mija." You definetly can't beat Milagrito for friendliness. The food is fresh, meats are tender and most things are laden with drippy yellow cheese, softly oozing refried beans and enough cholesterol to cause instant heart seizure. Maybe that's what's made it a local favorite.