About Luke San Antonio
Located in downtown San Antonio above the Riverwalk, Luke San Antonio is acclaimed Chef John Besh’s first restaurant outside of Louisiana, The elegant eatery offers classic German and French cooking techniques, combined to create authentic Old World cuisine. Luke San Antonio also entices diners with its fulls service bar boasting an extensive selection of French, German, and Belgian beers as well as an impressive array of local Texas-brewed beers.
About the Dinner Menu at Luke San Antonio
At Luke San Antonio you can enjoy an evolving menu of farm fresh ingredients and bistro specialties, as well as chef-inspired blackboard specials. Listed below is a sample of the dinner menu at Luke San Antonio.
Gulf Fish Amandine, PFM Vegetables, Crispy Potatoes
"Steak-Frites", Ribeye Steak, Garlic and Herb Butter, House-made Fries
Wild Texas Shrimp Etouffee, Garganelli Pasta, Miss Julies Cherry Tomatoes
Peeler Farms Herb Roast Chicken, Tasso Ham, Snow Peas, Orechiette Pasta
Pan Roast Diver Scallops, Sweet Onions, Corn, Mushrooms, Parsley Hollandaise
Luke Burger, 3/4 Lb. Prime Beef, Caramelized Onions, Bentons Bacon, Emmenthaler
Fried Oyster Salad, Arugula, Buttermilk Herb Dressing, Benton's Bacon, Grilled Peaches
Fried Soft Shell Crabs, "Lost Bread", Heirloom Tomato Salad, Chipotle and Apricot Vinaigrette
New Orleans Style BBQ Shrimp, Grilled Bread, McEwen and Sons Baked Jalapeno Cheese Grits
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