I've been here 3 times this year - not by choice but I have friends that like this place. I think that their food is not that great. I've tried a few different plates and I was not impressed. However, they do have great appetizers...More
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There are so many restaurants now that are esconced in non-descript shopping or business centers like some cloistered nun. I had seen the opening announcement for Umberto's when it first came out sometime ago, but promptly forgot it since it is a rather inconvenient drive....More
Had a mid-week lunch with hubs at Umberto’s Italian Grill. The first thing I noticed was the stark and echo-ish atmosphere. But it looked clean and the hostess seated us quickly. Waitress came right away and we ordered two glasses of the house red wine...More
Wow, what a wonderful find in San Antonio. Neighborhood place with authentic, homemade Italian food. Staff was wonderful, portions large and great prices. Couldn't ask for more!
We keep going back and this neighborhood gem just keep producing great dining experiences! The food is fresh, plentiful and delicious and the service is excellent. Value is very, very hard to beat....even in San Antonio. Can't say enough about this place. Oh, I'd recommend...More
A few ago, I called to make reservations, just in case we needed them. I had seen the reviews online and been told by a few people that it was a newer but very good Italian restaurant. When I did not see a wine list...More
Small but very busy. Great homemade taste and flare. Chicken, pasta, ravioli, Italian sausage. The Cannoli 's were awesome.
Great little Italian place tucked in a strip shopping center. Food was delicious and very good portion sizes. Excellent service. Dined with a group of 10 and received impeccable service. Reasonable prices.
(Note: the restaurant is on Culebra Rd, not Celebrate) Don't be deceived by the strip-mall location. Umberto's provided some very tasty food. My wife and I both had the house salad. The house Italian dressing was very flavorful.. I then had the veal marsala, which...More