Panchitos Corp Office
4100 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 828-2963
Panchito's Mexican Restaurant
Panchito's Tesoro Mexican Restaurants
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Mexican, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Latin American
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
My fist time and will be my last. Service was horrible & the food. I had the tortilla soup it was cold. I wasn't going to send it back, cuz it might of taken them a hour to get it back. My other friend got barbacoa tacos they had no flavor. We had to ask for salsa and a spoon which we never got. I could go on and on.but this is like the white version of panchitos compared to the one on zarzamora. Way different food it's like day and night. If you want real awesome food. Go to the one on zarzamora. This place was a joke SMH
04/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Mr. and Mrs. Reyes; What a shame! I read about your restaurant and really felt that you valued ""family"" and tradition, So what better place to have a breakfast gathering for our family.I attempted to reserve the party room on a Sunday for a group of 30 people, was told that they NEVER reserve the room but will likely allow us to have the room if we came on time. I even offered to place a monetary deposit, as it was going to be an important family function. We arrived, the whole party, at 10:30 am sharp, only to be told that a party of 17 guests were seated already in the room. What turned out to be"" just 10 more minutes"" turned into an hour. The hostess never approached us to even make contact with us to let us know that they were at least working on it. A third of our guests had to leave before we were even seated. Guess when you have a constant stream of business it doesn't matter to go above and beyond to attend to a large group. So what if we never come back, they still have their regulars to count on! So much for Customer Excellence! Remember, at some point you will alienate enough people that your business will eventually suffer.Guess next time we will go to another retaurant that appreciates large groups.
03/31/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I had my first experience with Panchito's a couple weekends ago. Sunday breakfast. I am still having panic-inducing flashbacks. We ordered Huevos Rancheros, and it came out looking like someone had peed all over it. I bravely attempted to fold some of the watery mix into one of their foul, storebought tortillas, and what did I find? The eggs, which I had ordered over medium, were RAW. Not undercooked, not over easy, not rare, Raw. Quivery mucus. Oh, and the service was nonexistent, and we had to wait. Why? Why is there a wait at this place? Why do San Antonians like to eat bland vomitus?
06/25/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The breakfast is terrible! I have eaten there for breakfast like 3 times on my way to school. I should have learned my lesson the first time. The taco's are tasteless, cold and non-authentic. I went for dinner one time and we got horrible service. I will not go back ever again. The atmosphere is nice though, maybe just to go on a date for a few drinks.
03/22/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Do not mistake this location for the others. There is no comparison. I have been going here since 2001 and have never been disappointed (or when I have, I was taken care of). Anyone I've ever introduced to the McCullough location has gone back repeatedly and invited others.
Now, I always order the Enchiladas de Queso with double rice (I don't like beans). I've also had the grilled fajitas (marinated expertly) and the caldo. All very delicious. Oh my God, don't even get me started on the tortillas; both flour and especially corn are delicious, great for wiping your plate clean. The Margaritas are good (not great, but good). This is great Tex-Mex food that appeals to even Mexican nationals (my friends from Monterrey love it). When I feel like staying home but hosting a nice meal I order take-out and I'm never disappointed.
Simple, unpretentious, tidy, and a surprisingly great value in Olmos Park. It gets PACKED so be prepared to wait (but don't go elsewhere until you've tried this place at least once, because then you'll be one of the patrons who helps to pack the place). Also, don't be turned off my the hoity toity address; this is down home Tex-Mex. You might see a Trinity faculty member at one table, and an AC tech eating with his kids at the next.