CLOSE TO THE ALAMO. On bus route, easy by car, close enough to Alamo to walk if you are in shape and have time.
I was recommended to eat there by one of the companies I deal with right there by the restaurant on San Marcos. They all emphatically said I need to eat there... so I did, twice. Once for lunch and once for dinner. I had caldo de res for lunch (beef and vegetable soup, with a huge 12 ounce piece of beef in the bowl... wow) and for dinner I had caldo de pescado. Fish soup- pieces of fish in a slightly spicy broth. Great flavor, both soups. I judge a lot about a restaurant by its soups... and this one passed with flying colors. The handmade corn tortillas were very, very good.
There is also a handmade jewelry display case, where you can see the handmade jewelry that the family who owns the restaurant makes and sells.
Large groups not accommodated. Business meals between 2 to 8 people would be fine, if you can get the upper level to yourselves. Lovely place.
I recommend this restaurant as having very good food that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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