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Established in 1987. Before La Marginal used to be a small sandwich shop named Latin American Cafe. After it got purchased it got transformed in to a dine-in restaurant. Re-opened in 1999, La Marginal became a casual dining restaurant, offering Puerto Rican cuisine and warm hospitality in an Old San Juan decorated building. We invite you to visit La Marginal, for the best authentic Puerto Rican food in San Antonio. Experience the taste of Puerto Rico without leaving the city. Our food is always cooked to order using only the freshest ingredients. Our professional cooks have years of experience giving your food the taste of perfection. Whether you want to enjoy a quick lunch with your friends or a wonderful leisurely dinner, La Marginal has you covered. From fresh mofongos to tasty Roasted Pork, our flavors, variety, and prices cover everyone’s palate. Join us today for the best authentic Puerto Rican food in town.
Hours

Regular Hours

Extra Phones

TollFree: (844) 663-6646

Payment method
discover, visa, amex, mastercard, all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Northeast San Antonio
AKA

La Marginal Puerto Rican & Latin Cuisine

La Margenal Restaurant

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Categories
Latin American Restaurants, Caterers, Caribbean Restaurants, Cuban Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Free

Wi-Fi: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Cuban, Caterers, Family Style, Caribbean, Latin American

Alcohol: Full Bar, Wine

Price Range : Average

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liz0096

01/03/2013

Overall
just awesome!

went here with a friend and now I stop by every chance I get. I always get the buffet they have going on from 11 to 3 pm and even if it's the same, I could never get tired of it! ^_^ love this food!

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If you are looking for authent...

If you are looking for authentic Puerto Rican food, this is not the restaurant for you!! I am Puerto Rican, raised in Chicago. Their Jibarito had roast pork on it, they would not make it with steak. Their accapurias were horrible and they charged $2.50 for one. In NY or Chicago one is $.75. Their prices are way too high! These are simple dishes they are serving. The rice had little flavor I could tell they didn't use sofrito an they used little sazon. The ropa vieja was average. The cooks are Mexican. Not to say Mexicans can't cook good PR'n food but generally we season food diferently. I wouldn't get asada tacos from a restaurant that is advertised as a Puerto Rican Restaurant, hopefully you get the point! Don't go there with high expectations, especially if you are familiar with PR'n cuisine.

pandacub

05/13/2012

Overall
Just Great!

I'm Puerto Rican and this food is soooo good! The staff speak spanish so I have to translate for my boyfriend ha. Although, every time I go, they don't have tres leches cake. Best time to go is around lunchtime or a little after. Nighttime gets really packed. I prefer to call ahead of time and pick up the food.

datsik29

10/19/2011

Overall
Go to this place. I've been th...

Go to this place. I've been there plenty of times and it gets really packed. Yes the food is authentic! Try the buffet. It is very reasonably priced. The tembleque is awesome!!

danrm07

01/25/2008

Overall
pueto rican food

It's not the best food. The spices are a little bland and odd. The staff is friendly and the happy hour is quite reasonable. Not on the best side of town though.

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