- 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Mon - Sun
- 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- by Janie T. on 06/30/2014
Took out of town guest to lunch today and food was taste less and then my grand daughter found hair in her beef enchiladas. Then I looked at my food she and I both ordered the same plate and guess what there was more hair in my plate then in her's the waiter offered to bring her another plate 25 minutes later so by the time her plate got there she had already lost her appetite and so had I. Even though they removed her plate and half off of mine the bill but for two other plates and 1coke 2 teas still came out to $29.00 not including the tip. It was really bad service and bad food. The manager was very pleasant but.like i said the waiter Sapo I'm sure could have brought out our plates to our table sooner, cause by the time they got to us the food was semi warm not hot
- by Jeffrey I. on 04/28/2014
Crappy Service! Went to Casa Rio tonight for dinner... it looked nice, too bad it did not end up nice! Still fuming... asked my waiter where the bathroom was, gone less than 5 minutes! The busboy cleared my table of my dinner (only 1/2 eaten) and a full platinum margarita, and was seating someone else at my table when I got back! Waiter was mortified, tried to get me a new table and drink, manager said "sorry for the confusion, no charge, but no tables available... you can leave!" Waiter was good, but manager did not care at all... disgusted... thank god it was my first time, it will certainly be my LAST!!!
- by opalmaspn on 06/29/2013
Always eat here when we come to San Antonio. Great food, prices and best hot sauce in town!
- by builderrk on 11/17/2012
The view of the river walk was great and the outside dining we really enjoyed. The drinks were very expensive and the food was about a 5 out of 10. Just "ok" Mexican. Food.
- by MarkCV67 on 01/23/2011
I was suprised at now good the food was and how affordable itwas. We were not gouged, like you expect at a tourist place. Food for four and GREAT margaritas for two came out to 50 bucks.
- by KarenJeanne on 10/06/2010
I have always enjoyed eating at Casa Rio on the Riverwalk, but after our last experience, I'm not sure I want to go back anytime soon. The outside bar was closed the night we were there, so enjoying a margarita as we waited for our table wasn't an option. Once we were seated, it took too long for a server to greet us. And, to make things worse, he didn't seem to speak or understand English. Needless to say, our order was very difficult to make and we felt that he never clearly understood what we wanted. When the food came, it was obvious that he had no idea what we wanted to eat. We decided to just keep our plates because to attempt another order would have been too frustrating. It wouldn't have been so bad if the food we were served (but didn't order!) was good, but it was definitely below average. Overall, the whole experience was a big disappointment. The only good part of the meal was being able to sit outside by the river on a nice night. Next time, we will choose a different place to do that.
- by chikis_123 on 11/07/2009
We were seated indoors and all we could listen to were the staff members gossiping. Our server would forget that we were still there and it would take us a while to get noticed. The food was too salty and the rice was hard. I would not go back again. I though it was going to be a good restaurant.
- by AMacapugay on 06/28/2009
There must be a reason that this place draws such a long wait and several other people who ate here earlier in the week recommended it to me. I decided to eat here on my last night while travelling for a conference and went around 9 p.m. so it wasn't as crowded and were seated promptly as a party of four. Unfortunately, I wasn't very hungry so I only had the soft taco combo and split an order of chicken nachos which I enjoyed. Looking over the menu, their prices were very reasonable. They have a prime location on the river and seem to have the most waterfront tables which are in the shade of the setting sun. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone and would visit again when back in the area. Allow some waiting time if you plan to eat during prime dinner time.
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