Latin Restaurant Deals in San Antonio
We're used to getting our serving of artfully prepared raw fish from Japanese restaurants. Today's deal, however, brings our fill from the other side of the Pacific. Taste this side of the ocean at El Cebiche de Waldito, where you can get $24 to spend on Latin American food and non-alcoholic drinks for $12. As the name implies, the specialty at this restaurant is ceviche, made from fresh seafood marinated and cured in lime juice. You can order this Peruvian delicacy featuring shrimp or octopus, alongside more traditional dishes like hearty soups and rice and beans. Hailing from Miami, celebrated chef Waldo has managed international food fairs, including owning the Festival Internacional Sabor a Mi. He also proudly serves an authentic Cuban sandwich, made from bread he bakes himself. Stop by this restaurant touted by the San Antonio Express-News, and get your fish not wrapped in seaweed, but splashed with lime.
According to a recent survey, people have listed chocolate as their preferred cause of death, followed closely by money avalanche. Get one foot in the tastiest grave with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of French Fusion Cuisine and Chocolate Desserts The menu includes escargot with herbed butter ($9.50), pizza with house-smoked brisket ($12), and 14-layer chocolate cake with chocolate ganache, mousse, and raspberry gelée ($8.75). Coco Chocolate Lounge Coco Chocolate Lounge has more to offer than just chocolate. That's why readers of the San Antonio Express-News voted the spot Best Neighborhood Restaurant and Best Nightclub in North Central San ...
Like a sizzling samba or a sparkling Carnival parade, the right food can transport you to an exotic escape from the ordinary. Send your tastebuds on the trip of a lifetime with today's deal for half off Fabulous Latin Cuisine from Azuca! Start slow with a seductive rumba into your meal with a delicious appetizer of coconut crusted large shrimp with zesty calypso sauce or Caribbean Nachos with chilled shrimp on cucumber and tomato with calypso sauce & jalapeños, a dab of guacamole and red pepper oil. Pick up the pace and bachata your fork into a Brazilian Feijoada - slow cooked pork shank simmered in black beans wilted spinach, fresh oranges and fried cassava, or opt for Shrimp & Scallops - seared jumbo sea scallops and large sautéed shrimp, glazed with bacon aioli, creole potatoes and vegetables. Finally, tango into a tasty treat like Tres Leches cake, soaked in three milk syrup, covered with creme chantilly and fresh berries, or the Tropical Fruit Brulee with fire-glazed seasonal sliced fruits and berries on a bed of caramelized vanilla sauce and ice cream. Azuca pulls culinary inspiration from the Caribbean, Central and Latin America delivering a delicious fusion of diverse dishes from a variety of cultures. Using only the finest meats and freshest vegetables, Azuca's chefs bring out the true flavors of authentic Latin cooking.