San Antonio’s best barbeque offering has two Russian side dishes at the Beacon Hill Web House Cafe & Bar restaurant.

San Antonio’s best barbeque offering has two Russian side dishes at the Beacon Hill Web House Cafe & Bar restaurant.

The best deal in town on a barbecue plate is at Web House Café & Bar in Beacon Hill every Sunday.

Follow the mermaid’s smell of smoked meat to this little pub food spot where Texas meets Eastern Europe for a plate brimming with three spare ribs, two chicken leg quarters, a sausage link and two sides for just $ 15.

The meaty portion of the plate sounded true to Texas tradition. The ribs had a dark, lacquered finish almost like burnt ends that gave way to a tender, succulent pork underneath. The chicken leg quarters sported gorgeously tanned skin and loads of juicy and the nimble sausage was bursting with flavorful goodness.

Instead of the typical potato salad or mac n cheese, my mountain of smoked meat was paired with two comforting Eastern European classics. The first of those sides was a fluffy buckwheat ball mixed with roasted onions, a traditional way of serving buckwheat in the native Russia of Web House owner Mischka Timofeyev. The preparation is deeply flavorful with a pleasant nutty aroma and flavor.

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