Four of us went to eat at this restaurant for lunch after visiting the art museum. The restaurant is small and cozy. If you sit outside, you over look the river walk and this is very nice on a beautiful San Antonio day. We had the goat cheese as an appetizer. It was perfect. It was served with a cup of black and green olives. The only complaint is that it was only served with four small baguette chips. I had the crepe vegetable ratatouille. It was very good, filled with assorted veggies and cheese. It comes with potato salad and greens. The amount of potato salad was less than expected. One person in the group got the quiche. It was good, but initially they served it cold while the other person in our group got it served hot. It was promptly reheated. The service was slow when it came to refills. The prices were a little more expensive than what you expect for lunch, but it is expected for a museum cafe. Our total bill for one appetizer, four meals and two desserts was $75. Each dish is about $10-16.
Pros: great location, variety of dishes
Cons: slow service, pricy
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