September 26, 2019
By Chamoy City Limits
Food from Chamoy City Limits includes, clockwise from top left, Kool-Aid pickles, luau pork tacos, a mangonada, hot Cheetos and cheese and a fruit and candy tray.
Ana Fernandez, owner of the popular business, announced plans to set down permanent roots in July on Hildebrand Avenue near San Pedro.
Chamoy City Limits is best known for raspas piled with towering quantities of fruit, candy and more. Fernandez said the new building has given her the ability to use a wider range of seasonal fruits and create new fruit-based syrups to expand on her already extensive raspa lineup.
Fernandez has added several new items including fresh ice creams made in flavors such as corn in a cup, mangonada, Mexican chocolate and more. Chamoy will also make custom ice cream flavors in 1-gallon batches on request. Fernandez also has expanded her brand’s wholesale line of pickled and canned products.
The Chamoy City Limits food truck is still in service, and that’s where savory things like grilled rib-eye steak tacos and waffles topped with shredded short ribs are prepared. Fernandez also will continue serving her San Antonio Chili Queen-inspired chili.
Chamoy City Limits is open noon to 9 p.m. Thursday through Sunday at 447 W. Hildebrand Ave., Suite 105. More at 210-744-0000, chamoycitylimits.com or Facebook: @ChamoyCityLimits
Paul Stephen is a food and drink reporter and restaurant critic in the San Antonio and Bexar County area. Read him on our free site, mySA.com, and on our subscriber site, ExpressNews.com. | firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @pjbites | Instagram: @pjstephen
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