Eat Around the World – Global Cuisine in San Antonio

It might be hard to believe but there is food OTHER than Tex-Mex in San Antonio! (We’re just kidding, of course you knew that…) But if you’ve ever Googled “Afghan food in San Antonio” or become overwhelmed searching for “the best Indian food in San Antonio”—this list is for you! Suggested and recommended by our Community and Conversations group, these restaurants will help you expand your palate or find new favorites to remind you of travels, study abroad trips, or maybe childhood nostalgia.

Scroll to the bottom of the page for a free printable!

Afghan

Azro Authentic Afghan Cuisine

Brazilian

Texas de Brasil
Chama Gaucha

Cambodian

Golden Wat Noodle House

Caribbean

Mi Roti – Caribbean Street Food

Chinese

Lucky Noodle (hand-pulled noodles)
Kim Wah

Colombian

Sabor de Sanchez

Ethiopian

Rehoboth Eritrean Ethiopian Cuisine 
African Village Ethiopian Restaurant

Filipino

Susie’s Lumpia
Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant
Patriot Grill (Food Truck)

French

La Boulangerie
Brasserie Mon Chou Chou

German

Schilo’s
Bier Garten

Greek

John the Greek
Demos
Mini and Dimi’s Greekhouse

Indian

India Oven
Simis North Indian Restaurant 
Lion Indian
Tarka Indian Kitchen
Pastries N Chaat
India Palace
Biriyani Pot

Italian

Pompeii
Tiu Steppis

Japanese

Fujiya Japanese Garden
Osaka
Sushishima
Shogun Japanese Grill
Niki’s Tokyo Inn

Jamaican

The Jerk Shack

Korean

Hon Machi
Il Song

Mediterranean

Pasha
Acú Bistro
Dimassi’s

Mexican

Frida’s
Cuishe
Lisa’s Mexican

Middle Eastern

Jerusalem Grill (Persian, Greek and Turkish dishes)

Moroccan

Moroccan Bites Tangine

Nigerian

Kobams Grill

Pakistani

Kohinoor

Persian

Saffron Persian Cuisine

Peruvian

Rocotos
El Ceviche De Walditos
Machu Picchu

Puerto Rican

Luna Rosa Puerto Rican Grill y Tapas

Spanish

Toro Kitchen + Bar

Szechuan/Sichuan

Sichuan House
Li’s

Thai

Thai Dee
Saeb Thai & Noodles
Tong’s Thai
Yum Thai
Thai Basil

Vietnamese

Pho Cong Ly
Taste of Asia
Heavenly Pho
Pho 32
Pho Nguyen

This post started out as an attempt to introduce a wider variety of cuisine to my 9-year-old. I created this printable for us to use but I’d love to share it with you! I plan to keep the pages in a binder or if I’m feeling super fancy one of these days, I might print a book of blank pages at the office store. Either way—it’s meant to be fun and not a chore!