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I say any restaurant on the little cute San Antonio river would be an amazing location. I am not sure about the food. I came here because this one had great reviews.

The drink was usual, nothing outstanding about it.


The black bean patty was dense, no strong sharp flavours in there. The potatoes were baked well and put on a bed of tomato sauce which tasted quite Italian.  The chickpea avocado mix was a no-brainer fool-proof little side on the plate.  It appealed to the eye, as you can see here.


Up to you, to visit or not.

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One comment on “Boudro’s

  1. Kyr-Roger St. Denis
    June 5, 2013

    You have recognized what most discerning locals already know, that the charm of the Riverwalk setting guarantees restaurateurs a degree of success that obviates the need for quality in the food. “Good enough,” down there, is good enough.

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