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5526 Evers Rd., San Antonio

Two El Plato Especials or $9 for $20 Value Towards Regular Menu Items at El Ceviche De Waldito

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Highlights

A chef who’s trained with Iron Chef and Hell’s Kitchen crew draws on his Peruvian roots to craft ceviche and Huancayo-style yucca to go

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Wesley
2 ratings1 reviews
February 15, 2021
Very good!
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BillTOP REVIEWER
32 ratings14 reviews
January 28, 2021
Chef Waldo was very friendly and hooked us up with samples of many things we did not try....we got it to go and with the 2 dushes we got ( ceviche and seafood rice) and the samples, we fed ourselves,2 friends and my daughter
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BillyTOP REVIEWER
18 ratings5 reviews
January 18, 2021
A lot of tasty food for the price. The owner is friendly and funny.
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melanie
6 ratings2 reviews
December 4, 2020
The food was delicious. I cannot say enough. I thoroughly enjoyed my visit. Chef was wonderful and very
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Rottini
4 ratings2 reviews
October 19, 2020
Nice and friendly and great deal
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RoseTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
34 ratings34 reviews3 photos
July 27, 2020
I will not go back to by food. It wasn't bad but it could have been better. Plus I had to pay for taxes and a tip in order to use my groupon.
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FernandoTOP REVIEWERHELPFUL REVIEWER
67 ratings40 reviews4 photos
October 19, 2020
I wanted to try this place prior to the pandemic shutting down the restaurants. Fortunately, Chef Waldo added an option for a carry out Groupon, which was a first for me, and I'm glad I got it! His passion really comes out in the food and you can tell it comes from the heart. Almost reminded me of going over to a family cookout and they pack you a to-go plate with all the fixins, delicious!
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Edwards
24 ratings4 reviews
May 12, 2020
Great, flavorful!!!
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About This Deal

  • Type of cuisine: Peruvian
  • Valid for the full menu, excluding alcohol, on any day the establishment is open
  • Valid for carry-out
  • What’s included in El Plato Especial:
    • Caribbean rice with pigeon pea
    • Cuban white rice
    • Fresh fried plantains
    • Roasted pork
    • Peruvian rotisserie-style chicken
    • Red beans
    • Cuban black beans with a touch of cilantro and tomato
    • Stock-based chicken soup
    • Crispy buñuelos with marshmallows
    • Cold iced tea infused with fresh pineapple and peaches

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid toward alcohol. Not valid for taxes or gratuity; must be paid by the customer. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About El Ceviche De Waldito

Waldo Castro was just a young boy in Peru when he began preparing street food for his family and friends, as explained by Javier A. Flores of the San Antonio Express-News. As time passed, and his passion for the culinary arts grew, he clawed the ranks of dishwasher, waiter, and line cook—often holding multiple positions at once—in pursuit of his true dream: to open his own Peruvian eatery, where guests feel like family.

Now the proud father of El Ceviche De Waldito and owner of Sabor a Mí Festival Internacional, Chef Waldo can look back on his journey to the top. In addition to training with the Iron Chef and Hell's Kitchen crew, he held eight executive chef positions at other people's restaurants before applying his passion to his own Peruvian menu. His team whips up several varieties of lime-marinated ceviche, along with traditional Peruvian aguadito with fish or chicken, homemade Cuban sandwiches, and an assortment of Puerto Rican dishes. While noshing on a Huancayo-style yucca or potato, patrons are invited to relax as if they are at home, but preferably wearing more than a robe, slippers, and backpack holding the TV remote.