Crab cakes were good, hubby really enjoyed his duck entree served three ways. The herb coated mahi mahi was weird but the potatoes and veggies served with it were good.
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We love Boudro's. It is probably our favorite restaurant in San Antonio. The food and service are always excellent. This year, we wanted to see the Holiday River Parade and we decided to book a package at Boudro's for that purpose. Boudro's offers a fixed...More
Everything was great here. We had reservations at 7:00 pm and they seated us promptly at 7. The hostess was very friendly. Our waiter, Chuck, was amazing as well. Very friendly, knowledgeable, and gave great recommendations. We had the tableside guacamole, which was awesome. The...More
Stopped by this restaurant while exploring the River Walk. Had some delicious chicken enchiladas from the lunch menu and enjoyed simply people watching. Service was great, even though it was a busy Saturday afternoon, and the prices are very reasonable.
Six couples , holiday dinner. Solid service , very attentive staff. Good menu, everything was very fresh , but several of our dishes were barely warm. Solid margaritas and table side guacamole were very good. The reason for a 4 star verses a 5... Very...More
Waited 1 1/2 hours to sit 5 on a Saturday night, okay expected. Started with Table side guacamole (great), scallops (great) and prickly pear margarita (okay). (2) kids had fish, (1) chicken, wife ordered lamb and I the ribeye. Kids lover there’s and my wife...More
We came here with friends for the Holiday River Parade dinner. It was our first time here. The food and atmosphere were wonderful. Our waiter was excellent and the steak divine. The entire meal was delicious. We will be back.
There are many choices on the San Antonio River to eat. We decided to try it out Boudro‘s. our waiter was very nice but constantly restless. The atmosphere was nice and crowded. The restrooms are worst I’ve ever seen. had I gone in to the...More
My girlfriends and I stopped by Boudro's for margaritas and guacamole. Two in our party had eaten there on prior trips to San Antonio. They said we had to have the prickly pear margaritas and tableside guacamole. I'm not a big fan of frozen margaritas,...More