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Sari-Sari

Filipino Restaurant, Market, & Bakery

Authentic Filipino dining

 

Sari-Sari is a quaint, undiscovered gem nestled in the heart of Leon Valley and the close-by medical center.

Family owned and operated, Sari-Sari embodies the feeling of home, as it transports you to a familiar place or one yet to be discovered.

Immerse yourself in the full-bodied flavors of traditional dishes recreated in the kitchen of epicure, Adam Valenzuela.

 

Photos by Ara Photography

 

Sari-Sari meaning "variety" started as a small oriental market operated out of the family's garage. In 1995, it first established its self two doors down from its current location, providing Filipino products to the small Filipino community in San Antonio. Entrepreneur, Adam Valenzuela, wanted to expand his business and live out his dream of opening a Filipino restaurant. With his adherence to traditional Filipino recipes accompanied by unique interpretation, the Valenzuela family opened up Oriental Cuisine in 1998, becoming one of the first Filipino restaurants in San Antonio. Slowly the restaurant would expand to include a bakery with fresh Filipino delicacies, deserts, and pastries. 

The newly updated Sari-Sari Restaurant, now owned and operated by daughter, Camille De Los Reyes and family, continue to provide authentic Filipino dining to those who delight in sharing food and exploring new flavors. Sit back, relax, and enjoy as we freshly prepare your meal and allow it to transport you back ‘home’ to the Philippines or someplace new and exotic.

Try our FIVE pound Crispy Pata or invite your friends and family to gather for a KAMAYAN BOODLE FIGHT, where a feast of food is prepared on fresh banana leaves and everyone eats with their hands!

 

Phone

(210) 647-SARI (7274)           (210) 543-8753

 

Location

SUNSET PLAZA                   5700 Wurzbach Road           San Antonio                        Texas 78238

 

Hours

MON-SAT   9a–9p
SUN            9a–6p

Daily Lunch Specials

Monday-Friday

11a to 3p

all served with steamed Jasmine rice, lumpia, and sago/tea

$7

Monday-Friday

Chicken or Pork Adobo

Monday

Menudo

Tuesday

Pinkabet

Wednesday

Sinigang Na Baboy

Thursday

Guisadong Mongo

Friday

Dinuguan

 

Kamayan Boodle Fight

 
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TAKING RESERVATIONS daily

Kamayan is a Tagalog word meaning “by hand” which in this case refers to a traditional style of eating - No utensils. This family-style feast features a table covered in banana leaves. Mounds of rice follow along with Lumpia Shanghai (Filipino Egg Roll), Lechon Kawali (Fried Pork Belly), Pork BBQ Skewers, Daing Na Bangus (Fried Milk Fish), Grilled Pompano, Shrimp Adobo along with plenty of sauces, grilled vegetables and fresh fruits.

Our Kamayan Dinners are served from 2p-6p everyday and can accommodate 6-8 people. A deposit and 72 hours advance notice is required to book your reservation.

Bakery

HOT AND FRESH PAN DE SAL EVERYDAY AT 2:00P

Specialty cakes available for order

 

Filipino Market

Sari-Sari is your best resource for quality Filipino products, dry goods and ingredients. With our diverse selection you can find fresh produce and vegetables as well as tasty Filipino snacks and candies.  Here you can also find beauty products, cookwares, traditional clothing and various native souvenirs and other merchandise,

Other services we provide:

  • Balikbayan boxes

  • Money remittance

  • Airline tickets

  • Notary Public