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About Las Canarias - Omni La Mansion
Las Canarias is known for its romantic and relaxing atmosphere. Featuring award winning refined American cuisine with an inventive Texas twist, continuing to delight new and returning guests alike. Whether you are joining us for an intimate dinner for two or dinner event for a large group, we are dedicated to the very best in food, wine and service.
San Antonio, TX 78205
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:30am; Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:30pm; Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
St. Mary's Street
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Classical Spanish Flamenco guitar player, Chris Arispe.
Valet Parking is complimentary at the Omni Hotel when you dine with us in the restaurant.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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At Las Canarias we are committed to each and every one of our guests and their dining experience. We take great pride in hosting both small and large groups, whether they are meeting for business or pleasure we are here to make your event a success! Call 210.518.1063 for more information.
At Las Canarias, making special occasions absolutely unforgettable is our specialty. Our dazzling culinary artistry, expert coordination of every detail and unparalleled expression of service make every moment one that will be long remembered.
Las Canarias - Omni La Mansion Ratings and Reviews
We came in with a reservation, was quickly seated, then sat for 15 minutes without being greeted. As we walked out, we passed 3 servers that didn't say anything to us.
Went across the street to Hard Rock instead, spent a lot less money and had much better service.
Sunday brunch buffet for 42 per person? Overpriced tourist trap.
Had Sunday brunch with my sister's family who was in town visiting. When we sat down we were not given menus but didn't mind since we had seen their menu online that listed the price of the breakfast buffet as $22 per person. Imagine my dismay when we got a bill for $42 per person. Food selection and service was definitely not worth a price tag of $42.
Quiet dinner on a Thursday night before a show. Our server was Rick and he was excellent. We started with a cheese plate which was wonderful. The main courses were cooked perfectly. I recommend the crispy brussel sprout side dish... superb. We finished with a shared creme brûlée and two rich, flavorful coffees. All in all, a great dinner.
This is a beautiful restaurant with impeccable service and excellent food. My husband said his scallops were perfect, and I don't think I've ever had salmon as good as what they served me. This would be a great place to take a date or even have a business lunch. The wine list was extensive.
Las Canarias is a favorite when I visit San Antonio. The ambiance and service are exceptional. Menu is varied and Spanish inspired,but has something for everyone. Our group did paella salmon and scallops, all of which were perfect. Desserts and wine list are commendable. The price is high, but I really like this place and keep coming back.
Overall service was very good - wait staff very friendly. We dined on a Friday evening and was disappointed that at a restaurant with a very extensive wine list with some expensive choices the sommelier "was off". The backup had no clue so they would have been better off just saying no one was available. Also, when asked if I wanted fresh pepper, I was told the pepper mill wasn't working. One for the entire restaurant and it wasn't working? Food was OK/Good, but food came out lukewarm and the salad had store bought croutons. Very minor detail but it stood out. Overall kitchen staff should get in sync with very friendly and hospitable dining room staff.
Enjoyed a beautiful table overlooking the River Walk. Service was friendly and animated, but, alas, slow. We almost missed our theatre show, despite arriving 1:45 minutes prior. The wait for our meal was an hour after ordering. Nevertheless we will try again.
Wonderful dinner, the food and the service made for a great experience! We were seated inside, next to a window overlooking the Riverwalk. We arrived for a 5:30 reservation and were seated immediately. There were not many other people there at that time, so it was nice and quiet for us. The host and wait staff were polite and friendly, just the right amount of attention without being overbearing. We will certainly be back!
We had gone to the ballet and had a late dinner afterwards. The weather was mild so sat outside thus the noise level was higher as we were on the Riverwalk. Inside I am sure it would have been quiet. The food was good as was the service. Would like to return again at an earlier hour as had the latest reservation they allowed at 10 pm. Definitely would eat there again.
We had a memorable dinner on Valentine's Day at Las Carnarias. We arrived early for our 5:30 reservation but the staff was most accommodating and seated us immediately at an inside table overlooking the River walk. I ordered a glass of wine and my spouse ordered Scotch. The server brought a plate with a variety of bread and whipped butter. We both had a butter lettuce salad with fried onions drizzled with a balsamic glaze. The salad was overdressed. My spouse ordered shrimp and grits. He enjoyed the dish very much and said the chorizo gave it just the right spice. My grilled salmon was perfectly cooked, with a crisp exterior sear and moist interior. The haricots certs were perfectly cooked. The saffron potatoes were just okay. We shared the sticky toffee pudding for dessert. The plate was pretty with a cloud of whipped cream and a fresh berry garnish.
Our server was most attentive and took the time to talk to us. He made us feel both welcome and appreciated.
Another example of a restaurant featuring a beautiful room, good solid food, if not particularly inventive, nice live music (flamenco guitar), but lacking in service "savoir-faire" and timing. We had not finished our appetizers and the wait staff wanted to serve the entrée, which of course was cold, having been waiting around close by. The feeling of being rushed and the lack of proper pace for the meal really detracted from what might have been a most enjoyable evening. But that seems to be the way for "so called" fine dining restaurants these days.
Despite an overall nice restaurant and efficient and friendly staff, and basically good food, it was not really what we expected.
We choose the signature dish Canary Island Paella. We know that from the region as a some what spicy (not hot, but with a nice taste). However, this was not as it should be, a bit too mundane, not the red pepper / pimento taste, not the saffron, no olive oil and such.
My wife and I had a delightful meal at this restaurant. I had scallops while she tried the salmon. Both were outstanding. It is a little pricey, but the food was well worth it. One disappointment was the fact that wine was priced about 50 percent higher than the hotel's bar. Otherwise, this would have been a perfect evening.
Food selections limited by too much bread and too much seafood on the new menu. I sent my undercooked shrimp back for something else. Need more vegetable offerings. Butternut squash soup was good. Caprese sandwich had too much bread and not enough tomatocand pesto.
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