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We picked 3 different dishes, they are served when ready so we shared, all were very tasty, staff are very friendly apart from the person assigning the tables. It was a rather chilly evening and we preferred a table inside but it was on the...More
We visited Botika for lunch on a busy Saturday and were attended to immediately by our server. I ordered the daily bento box which was fresh and tasty and my partner went with the Botika burger with yucca fries cooked medium rare which was beautifully...More
We were pleasantly surprised what a great new restaurant we found in San Antonio.
The food was so unusual and the ambiance was great. The lamb shank was a little on the spicy side but we still ate every last drop. This restaurant is a...More
We had heard about Botika and decided to try it on our visit to San Antonio. We sat outside which was an improvement over the exceedingly loud and freezing cold interior. Nonetheless, we had to ask for candles to be able to see our menus...More
We stopped in for lunch one Saturday when there was some outdoor event going on outside the establishment. Since the crowds were outside there were not many people seated inside which was fine by us. My husband, son and I decided to each get something...More
Hey other San Antonio restaurants, take note! This place has it together. I was able to make online reservation the same day. Friendly hostess called to confirm. Located in the Pearl district, we arrived early and enjoyed the local ambiance. Botika offers sushi bar seating,...More
Since we love Peruvian food and most Asian food, what could be better than a Peruvian-Asian fusion restaurant? Turns out not so good.
The menu looks very interesting and in fact, the food was reasonably good. The spicy, crunchy salad was just that, a nice...More
We were pleasantly surprised by the variety of menu items as well as the tastiness dishes consumed. The Green Fried Rice Chaufa was spicy with Asian spices. The Broccolini & Tomato Noodles were fresh made and earthy. Both of the drinks, the House Made Ginger...More