It tastes really great and it is also said to be an awesome hangover cure after too many cervezas.
Mi Tierra Cafe Y Panaderia, is known for having the best menudo, so be sure to give it a try.
Tellez Tamales & Barbacoa make some of the best tamales in town.
Tamales are a popular meal in San Antonio and no trip to San Antonio would be complete without it.
Locals and tourists say it is a must try, so get on it because the clock is ticking. As Guy Fieri once said, “It’s fluffy, puffy, and you can’t get enough-y.” Well said Guy. Incase you aren’t a texan, a puffy taco is different from a regular taco, in that the tortillas are fried to deliciousness. Yes, I just said beef stomach, and no, there is no need to stress.It’s a nice light meal when you aren’t desiring a heavy one and a necessary try when in the San Antonio area. At Cured, there are plenty of options, all made in-house, and a portion of each charcuterie plate is donated to a charity of Cured’s choice.Plus, it’s just the prettiest dish you’ve ever seen. This super popular dish from Mediterranean restaurant Bella on the River, consists of fried eggplant, Texas Gulf Shrimp, sauce diablo, mozzarella cheese, and hollandaise sauce.Don’t fret if you can’t go to San Antonio, their famous recipe is online. Enchiladas Mexicanas are three cheese enchiladas that are served with avocado, cabbage lime slaw, and a grilled jalapeño pepper.At Rosario’s,they are topped with fried potatoes, carrots, cilantro & drizzled with sour cream. Rosario’s has won multiple Best of San Antonio awards so it only makes sense that their enchiladas are on the list of things to eat in San Antonio before you die.This dish comes loaded with fish ceviche, shrimp, octopus and crab meat mixed with fresh pico and hot serrano peppers. El 7 Mares is known for having some of the best seafood in San Antonio, and the Tostada Mixta is a must try for seafood lovers. For those of you who have never had barbecue shrimp, it is sautéed shrimp in Worcestershire-spiked butter sauce. Chilaquiles Verdes are a traditional Mexican peasant dish of fried tortillas bathed in green salsa. It is easily the most popular pizza in town and a must try when in the San Antonio area. The pizza consists of House made sausage, speck, Sopressata salami, pancetta, house made mozzarella, and tomato sauce.The Cookhouse is popular for it’s authentic cajun dishes. They are a San Antonio favorite and people rave about Vida Mia’s chilaquiles. This delish dish was featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, that’s how awesome it is. Bliss, one of the top ranked restaurants in town, describes it as “seared sea scallops, pepper jack-white cheddar Anson Mills grits, sautéed spinach, avocado mousse, and cilantro lime jalapeno beurre blanc.” You fancy huh?San Antonio, known for the San Antonio Spurs, the Alamo, the River Walk, and of course AWESOME food.Whether you like Mexican food, Italian, barbecue, or dessert (yes it is its own food group), we’ve got you covered. Here are 30 things you must eat in San Antonio before you die.Fancy or not, it’s one of the best seafood dishes in San Antonio, so add it to your food bucket list.Macarons a.k.a the most photogenic dessert ever are a hit in San Antonio at Bakery Lorraine.