San Antonio chefs are taking this city by storm and they're not leaving the seafood behind. When you think of SA cuisine, most people don't often imagine seafood, and yet they have access to some of the most amazing bounty due to its close proximity to the Gulf Coast.
Just recently at a special dinner at Luke as part of their Visiting Chef Dinner Series, they featured an array of the most delicate, mouthwatering seafood that included American caviar, a bycatch crudo, soft shell crab amandine with squid ink pasta and grilled gulf tuna. Luke is also known for having some of the best and freshest oysters in town. You can enjoy them raw, fried and often charbroiled.
Starfish is still one of the best kept secrets in town, but not for long! Chef Diego Fernandez is making some of the most unique seafood dishes - works of art that make you regret just a little bit (but not too much), that you have to eat them. Starfish recently opened up for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays and the new menu includes fun entrees such as fish and waffles.
Southerleigh, located at the Pearl Brewery as part of the new Emma Hotel development, cannot be overlooked when it comes to seafood. Although they're certainly not exclusively seafood-focused, Chef Balfour has done exceptionally well at translating his childhood upbringing at the beach in Galveston into divine cuisine.
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