Boudro’s on the beautiful San Antonio River Walk boasts legendary seafood. Recently they’ve decided to bring back an oldie off their original menu; a rebirth of a wildly delicious wood grilled fish filet, scored, stuffed and seasoned to perfection. And if we’re talking fresh, mine was caught the day we filmed our segment!
Boudro’s Texas Bistro on the historic San Antonio River Walk…it doesn’t get any better than that! Chefs Ivan and Manny add yet another inspired effort to Boudro’s gluten-free menu — a Black Bean Griddle Cake plated on a beautiful basque piperade, alongside a garbanzo roasted tomato avocado relish, and accompanied by rosemary potatoes, fresh plantains, and garnished with crispy green beans. Holy moly!
Welcome to Boudro’s – the most visited restaurant in the entire city of San Antonio. Each time I come for lunch I’m continually wowed by what Chef Manny and his team have waiting for me. This time it was Boudro’s Achiote Spiced Double Rib Lamb Chops!
Boudro’s on the River Walk in downtown San Antonio is simply not to be missed. People from all over the world have made the pit stop — for the incredible food, historic ambiance, and now a cultural kick to one iconic menu item!
Two instrumental members of San Antonio’s culinary history and dining culture are the fabulous Boudro’s and it’s sister restaurant, Zinc Bistro & Wine Bar. Boudro’s is an amazing venue for your next dinner party, whether its for 5 or 500!
Let’s toast to this quaint, European tradition. A Nordic “glögg” can vary in composition, but usually is mulled wine combined with seasonal spices such as cloves and cardamom pods, and served warm – that’s the key!
Welcome to the busiest kitchen per square footage in the entire country! Boudro’s bistro on the River Walk is the place to be and be seen. We’re tackling their signature dish that made them top dog: the Blackened Prime Rib. Served with Boudreaux butter, rosemary potatoes and roasted vegetables, this dish is divine – and perfect for your holiday celebrations!
Boudro’s is a popular holiday dining destination for tourists and locals alike- and for good reason! Boudro’s distinctive menu of Texas and southwestern specialties is just the icing on the cake…especially when it comes to breaking bread aboard one of its private river barges.
It’s not too often that one of the most popular tourist restaurants on the River Walk is also one of the most popular restaurants with locals too. Yes, Boudro’s just keeps on delivering! You have got to try their famous tables side guacamole, their Prickly Pear Margarita and the Texas Martini (jalapeño stuffed olives anyone?), but add another item to that list.
The San Antonio River Walk is an incredible destination this time of year. And if you visit this treasure, you MUST try this new menu item at Boudro’s. This Niman Ranch Pork Chop is seared on the grill and topped with a fabulous Sweet Potato Chorizo and Pineapple Pico de Gallo.