I have been to many restaurants in San Antonio, from Long Horn Cafe to Bohanan's Steak House in the city center. I am familiar with all kinds of delicious food in the city! I have heard some recommendations from this restaurant, and recently decided to give it a try. The lamb chops are ok. Overcooked, resulting in a very flat taste. After so many recommendations, I was really surprised! Maybe this was just an accident, although I will never go again!
The food in Biga restaurant is delicious. The price is a bit expensive, but it is delicious. I tasted salmon corn chips, 5-layer potato chips, red snapper, and toffee cake. The red snapper melts in your mouth. too delicious!
Decorated with corrugated curtains, it feels that the environment of such a large restaurant is very warm. Beau is a lovely, knowledgeable and dedicated waiter. The food is delicious, the red trout and Texas grape salad are excellent. The chef is obviously British, and the sticky toffee pudding is also very good. Great, we will come again in a few days.
The food was great and was delivered quickly. What I want is tenderloin, which is very well done. My wife had sea bream, which was also good. As an appetizer, we have a hand-carved buffalo and other types, I forgot, there is meat, but it is very good.
A couple's holiday party chose Biga Restaurant. This entire menu is very expensive. Some main dishes are not particularly good or are not cooked to the required degree of cookedness. Some appetizers were obviously lost, and they were cold when they arrived. This place is very noisy and it is difficult for us to talk across the table. The server (Tucker) is good and quite effective. There are many other restaurants in the city center where you can have a good dinner for less than $200 per couple.