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Phone: (210) 474-7602

Price Range
$$
Neighborhoods
St. Paul Square, East Side, Downtown San Antonio
Categories
Mexican Restaurants, Caterers, Latin American Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: Caterers, Mexican, Latin American

Price Range : Average

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twain55

05/30/2012

Overall
Average. I came here for a re...

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.

kennytheman1

04/04/2010

Overall
a sad state of affairs

this one is no where near the quality of the one downtown, i'm sorry but the prices are too high and teh food is lackluster the drinks are watered down i guess they figured the name would make up for the obvious lack of attention and quality i'm sorry aldacos but you missed the mark i won't be back here

selectiveeater

10/15/2008

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Overall
Yummy!

I am a frequent visitor of Aldaco's at Sunset Station but I am so glad Blanca opened a new location at Stone Oak. The food is good and the view is nice, plus Blanca took the best bartender in town, Henry, with her. The portions and presentation are better at the Sunset Station location because they have a new chef, but the service is better at the Stone Oak location. Everything from the soups, salads, and entrees are delish. I love the tres Marias salad plus the cilantro and lime chicken and chipotle chicken. I will definitely be back soon!

soj

07/19/2008

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Margarita Nightmares over the Owner!

I went to the new one in Stone Oak. WILL NOT RETURN and it is sad because it is close to my house. Food was good and so was the first margarita, but the second one was terrible. When we asked for a replacement I got a lecture from the bartender about how many drinks she has made in the last 20 years. It was insulting. The other bartender apologized for her, but then I found out SHE WAS THE OWNER!!

Her lack of concern and rudeness was so bad that I encourage everyone to spend their money elsewhere. When you are paying $9 for a margarita and your bill is $70 plus for two people, it should be a pleasant experience. If you do go, let her know you heard about my experience.

flojt

05/17/2008

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Overall
Lovely Mother's Day Brunch

My son and I attended Mother's Day Brunch at Aldaco's. I honestly can say I was pleasantly surprised. The food was just great. Very flavorful and tasty. Something for everyone. My 6 year old enjoyed it very well and especially liked the craft table where he made a card for me and something for himself. We sat on the patio and enjoyed the beautiful scenery and the breeze. We couldn't have picked a better place. I am looking forward to their next brunch!

eatright

04/12/2008

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Overall
Best Tilapia Around!

I loved the food, service and ambiance of this excellent mexican restaurant. I was told this is where the locals eat downtown and now I know why. You have to go!!

selco

04/03/2008

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Overall
New Stone Oak Location

We visited the new Stone Oak Location tonight. It is a very nice restaurant with outstanding views of the city and a nice patio also with great views and breezes. We were totally SHOCKED by the menu prices. Nacho's 12.95, Enchilada plate 10.95, Carne Asada plate with three shrimp 22.95. My wife ordered the enchilada plate which she enjoyed and said were very tasty. I noticed the rice and bean portions were small. I had two Beef Fajita's from the alacart section, and the flour tortilla's were as tough as a boot. The beef was good quality, but it lacked flavor. My son ordered two cheese enchiladas also off of the alacart menu and again his corn tortillas were very tough. He left 2/3's of his plate on the table. Service was fair at best with the waiter only visiting 4 times during the meal. I counted only 7 other occupied tables so it wasn't because they were busy. I hate to say it but I predict they will do well until everyone has tried it once, then they will resort to ""all you can eat catfish"" or breakfast to try to survive. It's sad because I know they made a huge investment and the Aldaco's Location downtown has been very good and reasonably priced. Glad we tried it, but we won't be back.

yogannie

08/11/2006

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Overall
The absolute best place downtown to find gluten free Mexican food and margaritas!

The owner, Blanca Aldaco, and her manager Manolo are so enthusiastic about serving those of us with celiac disease. This is not so difficult because Aldaco's prepares everything from scratch from family recipes, so it automatically leaves out the wheat. The margaritas are very popular too, and made from scratch, so everyone enjoys them. I send our out of town Bed and Breakfast guests there pretty regularly and all come back raving about their wonderful food and service.

lunaazul

12/31/2003

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Overall
great!

I enjoyed Aldaco's very much.
We sat on the patio and enjoyed great margaritas WITHOUT sweet and sour. They were served on a martini glass, they were strong and tasty. The bartender tells me they are made with fresh lime juice, tequila and controy.

it's romantic to seat on the patio and watch the sky turn about 30 different colors when the sun is goig down. oh yeah, food was on the mark!

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