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Seafood Restaurant$$
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212 W Crockett St San Antonio, TX 78205
212 West Crockett StreetUSTexasSan Antonio78205
$$Seafood Restaurant, Bar
Seafood Restaurant
Oyster Bar Restaurant
Today 6:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 6:30 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 6:30 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 6:30 am – 11:00 pmThursday 6:30 am – 11:00 pmFriday 6:30 am – 12:00 amSaturday 6:30 am – 12:00 amSunday 6:30 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 5:30 pm
Enjoy exquisite cuisine on the San Antonio River Walk, at our award winning seafood restaurant. Our chef passionately oversees a sustainable seafood menu and an impressive Oyster Bar.
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Upscale seafood destination in the Mokara Hotel with a raw bar plus a long wine list & river views.- Google
"We all had seafood, I had the Mediterranean Sea bass, it was amazing!"
"I enjoyed: Ceviche Clams linguine Creme Brulee Amazing :-) Bravo Chef!"
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Marco Berna
3 months ago
Great place by the Riverwalk, great service and delicious food! I enjoyed: Ceviche Clams linguine Creme Brulee Amazing :-) Bravo Chef!!!
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Allyn Hane
11 months ago
A great dining experience. My wife has some strict dietary restrictions and Jason and Holly were super helpful and patient with us. The chef came out and answered our questions also. The half shell oysters were very fresh and tasted great. The crab cake is gluten free and excellent. Some nice craft beer choices and well crafted margaritas too. I highly recommend Ostra. Right on the river walk.
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James K Tucker
a year ago
My husband and I chose this restaurant based in dishes we saw on plates for customers sitting on the patio. The hostess was very sweet and even assisted me with my chair. Our waiter was George, he seemed new, but did a very good job overall. There were 2 wait staff members who were very quick to remove finished plates from our table and to fill empty glasses. We sat inside because I did not want to sit outside. There was only one other table inside the restaurant with other patrons eating, the patio was full. I noticed that the manager was waiting on this particular table with 2 female patrons and was paying complete attention to them. I was told his name was Nicky. My husband and I enjoyed our food, however, the manager did not come over to greet us and ask us about our service and he did not go onto the patio while we were there and greet other customers. I found this very rude and decided against ordering more than soup and entree. We had planned to order an appetizer and dessert. The food was average, as far as taste and presentation is concerned for the price.
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Richard Flusche
3 years ago
My service was very good. I was refused service, and I didn't stay in their hotel. This place is exspensive. We just had drinks and desert. The bread pudding and my mint julep were good. The best thing by far was the coconut carribean, it was like desert with liquor. Very good. If I hadn't had already ate at the Oro, I would have ate here.
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James Beswick
7 months ago
A good choice for lunch or dinner if your wallet allows and definitely one of the only good places on the Riverwalk. The rock fish tacos were tasty, the paella had a healthy quantity and variety of shellfish, and the service was attentive and helpful. The only downside is the $50/head inevitable price tag for dinner but given the generally high prices on the river for really lousy food, I'd happily spend a little more here and get some quality cuisine in a comfortable environment. Lunch is definitely a cheaper option but has still been a very solid offering both times I've been here.
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Bryan Howe
a year ago
Just popped in for a Margarita while we waited for our hotel room to become available. Was shocked to find that the house Margaritas are $13 each. The Margaritas weren't bad, but definitely not worth the amount charged. Place is nice inside, but seems very overpriced.
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Lia Pereira
2 years ago
We were a party of 5 and everyone was extremely satisfied. We all had seafood, I had the Mediterranean Sea bass, it was amazing! The service was great and new the menu well along with a good wine to pair with your food.
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Richard Smith
3 years ago
Had breakfast here... They serve fresh Peet's coffee (french-press optional) and have an omelette station where you can tell the cook what you want and how you want it cooked, and he will make it and put it on your buffet plate. Service was friendly and excellent, but the price was a bit high. Then again, if you are paying over $300/night for a hotel room on the Riverwalk, you can't be stingy with cash. However, I would say the quality of the food offerings and the availability of French-pressed coffee justifies the price.
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