El Milagrito Cafe, San Antonio, Texas, Mexican Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: El Milagrito Cafe

Address: 521 E Woodlawn Ave, San Antonio (Bexar), Texas (TX), 78212

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Phone: (210) 734-8964

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4.2 based on 5 ratings
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04/17/2016 1:18 pm

Great quality, fresh-made TexMex!
Friendly staff. Newly remodeled.
2 covered patios.

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04/16/2016 4:22 pm

Great food! I have been looking for a decent place with good Mexican breakfast! Chilequiles Nortenos were delicious

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03/19/2016 5:47 pm

Barbacoa plate was great! Served with beans, papas con chorizo and homemade tortillas. Very delicious! Menudo was good as well all for a good price.

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03/02/2016 7:00 pm

I stopped in for lunch and the place is a bit busy which usually is a good sign. Not a fancy place and very little parking. Most of the customers have to park on the curb in the surrounding street. I sat myself and ordered beef enchiladas. Thay give chips and salsa while you wait for your order to arrive. The chips were very greasy and leave a bad taste in my mouth. The beef enchiladas came and as usual with beens, rice, small salad and tortillas. Beens were good, rice has no spices "which I've noticed most places dont use the spices grandma used like comino, garlic powder and chile powder" and I'm not going a big fan of carrots and peas in my rice as they have. The Enchiladas were on red tortillas which didn't hold well and fell apart when cut into and again not much flavor of mexican spices in the picadillo as grandma did. Of coarse no one cooks like my grandma did but i would like to see a little more prde taken and put some flavor in the food. The Sweet Tea and homeade flower tortillas were good and service ok. So this is why I gave only 2 stars.

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02/27/2016 8:55 pm

Other reviewers called it a hole in the wall. They're right... it is as hole in the wall as you can get and still be legal. But that's not a bad thing at all, unless you're only interested in 'ambiance.'

Other reviewers said to watch out for the salsas on the table. They're right. The green is serrano, which will singe your tastebuds. But the orange (which staff told me is actually jalapeno, and not habanero as its color makes it seem) makes the green seem mild. Enjoy.

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