Best Shrimp In San Antonio

Best Shrimp In San Antonio – 1 of 71 New Orleans BBQ Shrimp The Cookhouse, 720 E. Mistletoe Ave., 210-320-8211, cookhouserestaurant.com Garlic butter sauce, Creole seasoning and beer marinate whole shrimp. If you don’t finish the bread and soup provided, asking to bring it home is very good. Show more Show less for Spencer Selvidge / Express-News

2 of 71 Metro Lunch The Sandbar, 200 E. Grayson St., Ste. 117, 210-212-2221, sandbarsa.com You really can’t go wrong at Sandbarsa, from perfect red snapper to tuna chips and dipping into a lobster roll. But when it comes to a quick lunch, Metro’s specials from top restaurants are just as good. For $14 ($18 for dinner), get coleslaw, usually fish and chips, and a slice of key lime pie. Billy Calzada /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

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At La Fonda 71 Main, 4 fish tacos are wrapped in house-made corn tortillas, topped with a little chipotle mayo and topped with Napa kale salad with a side of Nopolito lettuce. Show more Show less

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5 of 71 Snapper Throats Southernleigh Fine Food & Brewery, 136 E. Grayson St., Ste. 120, The Pearl, 210-455-5701, southernleigh.com Commonly called collard, this cut of fish is like a cousin to Old Bay. You want to grab your throat with both hands and crush every tender bite. Express-News File Photo Show more Show less

71 of 71 All Mediterranean Branzino Bliss, 926 S. Pereda, off Presa St., 210-225-2547, foodisbliss.com Greek branzino is seared and ideally grilled and served with roasted artichokes, butternut squash and white zebspur. and lemons. Chef Mark Bliss says some of his customers come in every week to order this dish. Try it and you will understand. Tom Reel /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

8 of 71 Rudy’s Seafood, 4122 S. Flores St., rudysseafood.com Rudy’s has been serving seafood on the South Side for more than 50 years. Get in line (and there’s almost always a line), order at the counter, say your name, pay in cash, go to a table, and wait a few minutes before someone calls your name to get your food. Ruby’s combination of two pieces of fried fish, two fried shrimp and two fried oysters is easy to serve to you and your friends. Edward A. Ornelas / San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

10 of 71 Costa Pacifica tuna carpaccio, Stone Oak: 434 N. Loop near 1604 W. Blanco Road, 210-491-4497; Dominion: 23535 I-10 West, Suite 3001, 210-562-3571. costapacificausa.com Thinly sliced ​​tuna with lime juice sauce, capers with soy sauce, cilantro and finely chopped serrano peppers. Techniques and flavors are reminiscent of Peru and Japan, but still retain the Mexican spirit to great effect. Bob Owen/San Antonio Express-News More Show less

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11 of 71 Ceviche de mariscos Rocoto’s Grill, 10555 Culebra Road, Loop 1604, 210-521-4367, rocotosgrill.com The ceviche is topped with hot rocoto peppers and lime juice, and topped with a thin layer of chili. Almonds, boiled corn kernels, a slice of boiled white potato and a slice of boiled sweet potato. By the way, drinking a glass of salting is considered an aphrodisiac. John Davenport/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

13 of 71 Seabass Appetizer Godai Sushi Bar & Japanese Restaurant, 11203 West Ave., between Blanco and Lockhill-Selma Roads, 210-348-6781 Godai offers many good sushi options, such as the Lightly Fried Seabass Appetizer. It sits on a bed of sliced ​​daikon and soba noodles, all in a miso-based sauce with a drizzle of truffle oil. It’s just a brilliant cross-cultural approach. Bob Owen /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

14 of 71 Rebelle Grilled Spanish Octopus, 300 E. Travis St. In the hotel St. Anthony, 210-227-4392, thestanthonyhotel.com The top and fattest part of this incredible octopus is lightly charred and lightly seared. It is lovingly spread over a thick white bean and basil stew with pistachio butter in a serving bowl. Edmund Tijerina / San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

23 of 71 Las Islas Marias Restaurant Molcajete Cora is a combination of shrimp, octopus, mussels, crab legs, fish, abalone and crushed mussels. Jerry Lara /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

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25 of 71 An unforgettable lobster roll at The Sandbar is offered at market prices. Billy Calzada /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

Godai Sushi Goro’s 28 combinations include tuna, hamachi, salmon, Thai food, escalar, shrimp, hake, clam, taco, unagi, salmon, half salmon and half tuna. Express-News File Photos Show more Show less

71 Bliss Sea Scallops 31 served with white cheddar grits, roasted spinach, avocado mousse and jalapeño blanc with cilantro and lime. Tom Reel / San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

32 seared 71Bliss halibut served with fideo mushrooms, black pipe and honchemdi, Mexican chorizo ​​and amtriciano sauce. Tom Reel /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

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35 of 71 Tuna and Sandalwood Chips Lightly marinated tuna, mashed with garlic and avocado, served with crispy wonton chips. Billy Calzada /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

37 of 71 Whole seared mackerel served with cucumber ribbon salad at The Sandbar. Her image is a fish swimming in a pool of water. Edmund Tijerina/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

40 of 71 Snapper a la Creek at The Creek Restaurant, Boerne.Billy Calzada/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

41 of 71 Flare’s Mojo Citrus Ceviche features fish sushi, red onion, cherry tomatoes, orange zest and cilantro. Show more Show less for Jena Stopczynski /San Antonio Express-News

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43 of 71A Shrimp and Octopus Ceviche taken on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Mariscos El Bucanero in San Antonio. Timothy Tai /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

44 of 71 Fish and Shrimp Ceviche Hawaiano at Mariscos El Bucanero in San Antonio on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Timothy Tai/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

47 71 Brigid’s Scallop Sashimi features cucumber, heirloom tomatoes and homemade labneh. The preparation of the sashimi changes with the season, but the quality remains the same. Billy Calzada /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

50 of 71 Grilled Scallops at Citrus Restaurant at the Valencia Riverwalk Hotel. Tom Reel /San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

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Photo 52 of 71A Shrimp and Fish Ceviche, Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at Mariscos El Bucanero in San Antonio. Timothy Tai/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

53 of 71 Barriba Cantina 111 W. Crockett, Suite 214, 210-228-9876, barribacantina.com, offers many Lenten specials. Choices: Perla fish with cilantro lime rice, $10.99 lunch and $13.99 dinner; Baja Pescado Tacos with chipotle slaw and rice, $9.99 lunch and $10.99 dinner; Mango Pescado and Chipotle Salad Tacos, $9.99 lunch and $10.99 dinner; Hippie Tacos, a vegetarian medley of jalapeños, zucchini, squash, bell peppers and chipotle slaw, $9.99 for lunch and $10.99 for dinner; and jalapeño ranch pescado salad, lunch only $7.99. Photo of the award Show more Show less

55 of 71 Boiler House 312 Pearl Parkway, Building 3, 210-354-4644, boilerhousesa.com, is preparing several loan options. Lunch options include a grilled salmon sandwich with lobster cream cheese, red onion and arugula salad, egg, dill havarti and lemon onion aioli; beer battered fish and chips with escabeche and Texas tartar sauce; and smoked mussels with pearl lager, cotija, cilantro and toasted bread. Dinner options include sesame-crusted tuna with golden beet puree, cucumber, creamy chipotle cheese and crushed wontons; and drunken mussels with pearl lager, cotija, cilantro and toasted bread. Photo of the award Show more Show less

Hotel Valencia Riverwalk 71 of 56 Citrus Restaurant at 150 E. Houston St., 210-230-8412, hotelvalencia-riverwalk.com/citrus.htm, offers a special lunch and dinner menu. Lunch options include citrus drum tacos with three corn fritters, mango serrano salad, cilantro papaya and charo black beans, $14; and two pan-seared bay fillets with fish and chips, citrus tartar sauce, fries and citrus cilantro slaw, $10. Dinner includes vanilla-flavored celery root puree and glazed carrots, $32; and crispy snapper with cucumber, coconut-spiced clam broth, saffron couscous and microgreens, $26. Tom Riel/San Antonio Express-News Show more Show less

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58 of 71 Cooper’s Meat Market 6002 Broadway, 210-820-3838, coopersmeatmarket.com offers a special Lenten meal for two that includes Cooper’s Citrus Salad, a choice of two fish: grilled sea bass or baked chili , with wild risotto and mushrooms. Roasted baby carrots, roasted or baked salmon, asparagus and onions on parchment paper, and homemade fruit. Premium Cooper’s Meat Market Show more Show less

71 of 59 County Line I-10 Location, 10101 Interstate 10; River Walk location, 111 W. Crockett Street; 210-641-1998, countyline.com, is offering Lenten specials on its dine-in or take-out menu through March 26. Specials include a catfish-crusted fried flatbread sandwich with fries, $10.99; Two-Sided Fried Tortillas and Homemade Whole Wheat Bread, $14.99; 12-ounce salmon filet salad, $11.99; and a hand-tossed 6-ounce grilled salmon filet Caesar salad, $14.99. Courtesy of The County Line Show more Show less

61 71 Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers at various locations, freddysusa.com, will be selling fish sandwiches and a fish and chip basket through March 30. The sandwich consists of two fillets of wild-caught Alaskan cod with melted American cheese and Freddie’s sauce and an affordable chutney. a la carte or as a combo meal with fries. Alaskan

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