Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant

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German Restaurant in Downtown, San Antonio, Texas, US
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Featured Review:

  • Tamara Green
  • 10 months ago
This restaurant kept coming up in my searches for "Must Visit Restaurants in San Antonio". Unfortunately, we just were not impressed. We waited 30 minutes to be seated on a Monday around noon. It took our server quite some time to make her way to our table once seated. We got the deviled eggs as an app(that came after our meals were served...) and they lacked flavor. My husband and daughter had sausages that they thought were decent but the fries were severely undercooked. I had the reuben which was good but kind of small for the price. Our service was definitely lacking with no drink refills and no one ever checking on us after our food was delivered despite one of the sausages being wrong. My daughter just ate it anyway as we were tired of waiting. I do want to say that we did speak with a manager who was very apologetic, comped our meal and even gave us a slice of cheesecake for dessert. Excellent customer service from her! Hence the 4 stars instead of the 3 I would have given.

Contact and Address


Website: schilos.com

Address: 424 E Commerce St, Downtown, San Antonio, Texas  78205, US
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Opening Hours:

  Friday 8:30AM–2PM
  Saturday 8:30AM–2PM
  Sunday 8:30AM–2PM
  Monday 8:30AM–2PM
  Tuesday 8:30AM–2PM
  Wednesday 8:30AM–2PM
  Thursday 8:30AM–2PM

About the Business:

Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant is a German restaurant located at 424 E Commerce St, Downtown, San Antonio, Texas  78205, US.

The business is listed under german restaurant, american restaurant, breakfast restaurant, deli, takeout restaurant, restaurant, sandwich shop category. It has received 3766 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 stars. Their services include Curbside pickup, Takeout, Dine-in, Delivery .

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Reviews:

  • Tamara Green
  • 10 months ago
This restaurant kept coming up in my searches for "Must Visit Restaurants in San Antonio". Unfortunately, we just were not impressed. We waited 30 minutes to be seated on a Monday around noon. It took our server quite some time to make her way to our table once seated. We got the deviled eggs as an app(that came after our meals were served...) and they lacked flavor. My husband and daughter had sausages that they thought were decent but the fries were severely undercooked. I had the reuben which was good but kind of small for the price. Our service was definitely lacking with no drink refills and no one ever checking on us after our food was delivered despite one of the sausages being wrong. My daughter just ate it anyway as we were tired of waiting. I do want to say that we did speak with a manager who was very apologetic, comped our meal and even gave us a slice of cheesecake for dessert. Excellent customer service from her! Hence the 4 stars instead of the 3 I would have given.
  • Liz Rose
  • 10 months ago
This is the best little German restaurant. The food was delicious and not too overwhelming in taste. The Ruben was great, the sausages and meat board paired well together and that root beer taste 👅.
  • Michelle Stuckey
  • 10 months ago
We’ve tried both breakfast and lunch items on the menu, and we don’t think we’ll be back honestly. It’s great that it’s a landmark, but the food isn’t much to rave about really. My husband got the Sweet Cream Pancakes with an egg and bacon. He said he liked it, just a classic pancake meal. I got the Chicken & Biscuits only because it was the only thing that stood out to me. The biscuits were moist, thankfully. I added a side of hash browns which were nothing special. The gravy had a nice peppery kick to it but was really salty, every bite I took I had to follow it with a sip of my drink. The chicken cutlet itself was not good. It was dry, even with the gravy I did not like it. The pretzels were a hard pass, they were pretty stale and a little hard to chew and the beer cheese wasn’t too special either. A little too thick for our liking. My husband got a bacon cheeseburger, and he just said it was a basic burger. Nothing to rave about. I got the coveted Reuben, and it was pretty good....
  • Jayne-Marie Linguist
  • 10 months ago
Schilo’s is absolutely amazing! You may have to wait a bit to be seated, but it is definitely worth it. We sat at the bar and our waiter was very friendly and gave us lots of information about the restaurant and San Antonio. Everything from our pretzels with beer cheese, schnitzel, and burger was delicious. Many of their stuff is house made as well like their ranch and hot mustard. And make sure to get a mug of root beer (which is also house made)! My partner and I are already planning a day trip back to San Antonio just to eat here.
  • Nhu Ngoc Nguyen
  • 10 months ago
I had had root beer before in cans but I had never had a root beer float like this. It is a must try! We came on Saint Patrick's day so service was a bit slow. Otherwise I loved the jaegerschnitzel and root beer float. TX, 03/2022

Health and Safety:

  • Staff wear masks
  • Staff get temperature checks
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Curbside pickup
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in
  • Delivery

Offers:

  • Alcohol
  • Beer
  • Cocktails
  • Coffee
  • Comfort food
  • Kids' menu
  • Quick bite
  • Small plates
  • Wine

Short Features:

Landmark for German sandwiches & soda Veteran German deli serving hearty sandwiches, soup & homemade root beer in a 19th-century building.

FAQ:

Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant is open the following days:

Friday :  8:30AM–2PM
Saturday :  8:30AM–2PM
Sunday :  8:30AM–2PM
Monday :  8:30AM–2PM
Tuesday :  8:30AM–2PM
Wednesday :  8:30AM–2PM
Thursday :  8:30AM–2PM

Here are some reviews from our users.

"This restaurant kept coming up in my searches for "Must Visit Restaurants in San Antonio". Unfortunately, we just were not impressed. We waited minutes to be seated on a Monday around noon. It took our server quite some time to make her way to our table once seated. We got the deviled eggs as an app(that came after our meals were served...) and they lacked flavor. My husband and daughter had sausages that they thought were decent but the fries were severely undercooked. I had the reuben which was good but kind of small for the price. Our service was definitely lacking with no drink refills and no one ever checking on us after our food was delivered despite one of the sausages being wrong. My daughter just ate it anyway as we were tired of waiting. I do want to say that we did speak with a manager who was very apologetic, comped our meal and even gave us a slice of cheesecake for dessert. Excellent customer service from her! Hence the 4 stars instead of the 3 I would have given."

"This is the best little German restaurant. The food was delicious and not too overwhelming in taste. The Ruben was great, the sausages and meat board paired well together and that root beer taste 👅."

"We’ve tried both breakfast and lunch items on the menu, and we don’t think we’ll be back honestly. It’s great that it’s a landmark, but the food isn’t much to rave about really. My husband got the Sweet Cream Pancakes with an egg and bacon. He said he liked it, just a classic pancake meal. I got the Chicken & Biscuits only because it was the only thing that stood out to me. The biscuits were moist, thankfully. I added a side of hash browns which were nothing special. The gravy had a nice peppery kick to it but was really salty, every bite I took I had to follow it with a sip of my drink. The chicken cutlet itself was not good. It was dry, even with the gravy I did not like it. The pretzels were a hard pass, they were pretty stale and a little hard to chew and the beer cheese wasn’t too special either. A little too thick for our liking. My husband got a bacon cheeseburger, and he just said it was a basic burger. Nothing to rave about. I got the coveted Reuben, and it was pretty good. I can see why it’s a favorite. I’d like to add that the root beer is delicious."

"Schilo’s is absolutely amazing! You may have to wait a bit to be seated, but it is definitely worth it. We sat at the bar and our waiter was very friendly and gave us lots of information about the restaurant and San Antonio. Everything from our pretzels with beer cheese, schnitzel, and burger was delicious. Many of their stuff is house made as well like their ranch and hot mustard. And make sure to get a mug of root beer (which is also house made)! My partner and I are already planning a day trip back to San Antonio just to eat here."

"I had had root beer before in cans but I had never had a root beer float like this. It is a must try! We came on Saint Patrick's day so service was a bit slow. Otherwise I loved the jaegerschnitzel and root beer float. TX, /"

Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant has 4.4 stars from 3766 reviews.

The address of Schilo's German-Texan Restaurant is 424 E Commerce St, Downtown, San Antonio, Texas, US.

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