Amazing food and atmosphere. Service not so good. Potato kegs and burgers are amazing. Convenient location.
1. Las Palapas
Hey... went to SA to visit a friend , she took me to Las Palapas for breakfast on my first morning and i really enjoyed the experience . The food and atmosphere was excellent and the staff were brill , very friendly and very helpful to a mexican food novice like me , infact they could not have …
2. Las Palapas
Las Palapas on 410 and Evers is one of the slowest fast food establishments I have ever experienced. For a restaurant that has ready made Mexican comfort food, these people really make it very hard to go back. You spend ten minutes in the drive thru (which is completely against the concepts of…
3. Las Palapas
LP should turn this back into a Burger and Fries Joint............but with more a Chris Madrid's/Tycoon Flats type Burger. Come on LP.....use some imagination and if you don't have any...go buy some.\r \r This has been a dog location for the mexican food concept since the day you moved in and …
5. Las Palapas
We live close by & have to say that we love Lalo!!! We appreciate all of the staff there, but Lalo is our favorite. Your employees always make us feel welcome & we frequent this establishment as much as possible. Thank you for opening this location! Would love it if you offered fideo on the even…
6. Las Palapas
Las Palapas is great for an inexpensive dinner. They have big glasses so you always have plenty to drink. And whether you need to feed two or two hundred, they'll take care of you. I like their tacos, taco salad, chalupas, enchiladas, etc. And they are all over town, so there's sure to be one n…
7. Las Palapas
11860 Blanco RdSan Antonio, TX 78216
From Business: Las Palapas operates a chain of Mexican-style restaurants that offers a variety of starters, salads, soups, desserts and specialties. Its restaurants offer a range of breakfast options, including beans, ham, cheese, potatoes and eggs. With various locations in San Antonio, the restaurant chain also provides chilaquiles and…
8. Las Palapas
23725 W Interstate 10San Antonio, TX 78257
From Business: Founded in 1981, Las Palapas operates a chain of Mexican-style restaurants that offers a variety of starters, salads, soups, desserts and specialties. Its restaurants offer a range of breakfast options, including beans, ham, cheese, potatoes and eggs. With various locations in San Antonio, the restaurant chain also provide…
if you are out with friends drinking and nothing eles is open then you won't mind the food and service
I went here for lunch on a weekday.I ordered the rancheros enchiladas from the lunch menu. The enchiladas, rice and refried beans were excellent. I also had a homemade corn tortilla on the side. It was great.They brought out chips and 3 types of salsa. The salsas were ok. Not bad but not great. The chips were average. They appeared to be store bought.The sweet tea was good.The lunch menu items were only $5.99 and this included tea. Great value. Customer service was very good.I will go back.
I came here for lunch on a weekday. Friendly staff. I had the flautas lunch plate w/ sweet tea. It was very good. Prices were reasonable. The salsa was VERY good.I will go back.
Average.I came here for lunch on a weekday with a group of seven. We heard there’s not a lot of seating room and it gets crowded during lunch. They were right. People were lined up outside waiting for a table. We arrived early and were able to get seated right away.The staff was very friendly and the service was good.I had the beef puffy taco lunch plate. The food and salsa were average. My friends really liked the flour tortillas. I had the corn tortillas. They were tough and tasted freezer burned.The prices were a little high considering that you can get equal or better food at other places around town and a lower price.I would go back but I’m not in a hurry.
I came here to pick up breakfast tacos to go. Their daily special on breakfast tacos is a good deal. The staff was very friendly and the restaurant was clean, organized and looked nice.The beans in the taco were good. The salsa verde was good. I was looking forward to the homemade flour tortillas unfortunately they were rubbery. This is not good. For this reason I am giving them only 3 stars but feel I should probably drop to 2 stars.I will try again for lunch sometime and update my rating depending on the next experience. Good tortillas = 4 stars, bad tortillas again = 2 stars.
Average food.I came here for a retirement lunch with a group of about 35 people. We had the “Depot” room reserved. Tea was already on the table and the ice was almost completly melted by the time we arrived.Two bowls of salsa and chips were provided per each 9 person table. We had to request more.The chips and salsa were very good though.I had the beef fajitas. They were average. The flour tortillas were good.The staff was friendly but a little slow as there was only two people helping with the large group.We used the free shuttle service to pick up 15 of us from our office in downtown San Antonio and take us back. This was an EXCELLENT touch. Because of this I will give four stars instead of three.
Came here with a large group during lunch on a weekday. Services was fine. Food was really good. Prices were fine.I will go back.
I went to lunch here on a weekday with a group of 8. Everybody enjoyed their meals. I ordered three different tacos a la cart. I don’t remember the three flavors I got but they were all good. The service was good. The seating inside was limited and it was a little warm in there. Overall I liked it and I would go back.
This is legit burrito heaven and it may have a spunkie atmosphere honestly the website doesn't always work but I don't care about the website... I care about the food.