Botika: Peruvian-Asian Fusion [Eat]

Dining in San Antonio, Peruvian Food, San Antonio Restaurants,
After trying Chef Jose Andres', restaurant China Chilcano during my trip to D.C. I was craving those amazing Peruvian-Asian fusion flavors so much. I started thinking if there is anything similar here in San Antonio, and then I remembered Botika!

I order a Pisco Sour to begin with. It was pretty good. I got there around 5:30pm and they still had happy hour, so I ordered a Maki Roll because I love sushi so much. It was fresh and tasty, although a bit small. They have Happy Hour daily from 3pm-6pm! Click the link in Happy Hour to see their menu.

Since happy hour was over after my first drink, we ordered from the Dinner Menu. For my main dish, I ordered the Poke (daily seafood selection, cucumber, seaweed salad, avocado, Peruvian corn, fermented chili, sesame oil & furikake) from the Cebiche section. It was so good I ate it all. It is a generous portion so you can eat it as an entreé. My friend ordered the Spicy Eggplant Noddles (Grilled tofu, bok choy, ginger-garlic stir-fry, fresh herbs, hazelnuts). It was delicious, tons of flavors combined. I liked the noodles so much I almost ate half (we were sharing). By the way, this is a vegetarian dish!

I really enjoyed my visit to Botika! Also, they recently launched their Brunch menu, which I will have to check it out soon. I'll definitely be coming back for that Lomo Saltado and some Chifa!

Overall, Botika has a great atmosphere, great flavors, and great service! Kudos to Chef Geronimo Lopez!

Dining in San Antonio, Peruvian Food, San Antonio Restaurants,
Dining in San Antonio, Peruvian Food, San Antonio Restaurants,

Dining in San Antonio, Peruvian Food, San Antonio Restaurants,
Dining in San Antonio, Peruvian Food, San Antonio Restaurants,
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