Bill Miller BBQ

(210) 229-9519 | View Website

101 W Commerce St, San Antonio, TX | Directions   78205

29.425295 -98.493915

 
Restaurants, Barbecue Restaurants, $  more

Tags: Breakfast, Cheap Eats, Group Dining, Local Favorite, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Neighborhoods: Central San Antonio, Downtown

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Menu
Poor Boy, French Fries & Large Tea, 3 Pc. Fried Chicken (our choice), French Fries & Large Tea, Regular Plate & Large Tea, 3 Pc. Fried Chicken Tenders, French Fries & Large Tea, Small Chicken Sandwich, French Fries & Large Tea, Salad De-Lite & Large Tea, 2 Chopped BBQ Sandwiches, French Fries & Large Tea, Rancher Plate & Large Tea, Crispy Chicken Sandwich, French Fries & Large Tea, 10 Pc. Fried Chicken, 5 Jalapenos & Bucket of Tea... more

Reviews for Bill Miller BBQ

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Try Somewhere Else For BBQ – This was the worst meal I have had in a long time. The beef bisket was fatty to the point of being unpalatable. The sides I had, homefries, beans, dinner roll, were unaccessable as well. The potatoes were charred, the bean were bland and the dinner roll was not fresh. The one exception was the cole slaw which was fresh and well spiced. Best to be avoided.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

I've had better. – While visisting San Antonio in July we were told to try Bill Miller's because they had the best BBQ. After agreeing to have lunch there I would have to disagree. Cheap? Yeah, but that's because you don't get a lot for a serving. Also, it has no taste. It's very bland. I wouldn't recommend.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Average Fast Food But Nothing More – The food is average at best. If you don't have much time and are particular it is the place to go. It was good when I was a kid but now it just ok.

Recommends
over a year ago

Across town, the brown and orange signs beckon people to stop in for barbecue. – In Short
There really is a Bill Miller behind Bill Miller's, San Antonio's ubiquitous home-grown barbecue restaurant chain. Barbecued pork, beef brisket, chopped beef or barbecued chicken comes to your orange tray with sliced pickles and onion. Green beans, pinto beans, potato salad, fries, and other down-home options can accompany everything from a po'boy sandwich to a slab of beef. Non-barbecue options include salads, fried chicken, and pie--served whole or by the slice.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

bill millers – this is turely the best barbecue food i had when i lived in texas. it is so good the tea is great also. i highly recommend eating here, its money well spent

Doesn't Recommend
2.5
over a year ago

What about the Malt House? – Bill Miller's is average at best. The food is bland and greasy and the fries are usually soggy. I will say they have great sweet tea and pretty good chicken. The best bargain in town is the Malt House. The menu has a greater variety and the prices are better. Where else can you feed a group of 8 for under $30, including dessert.

Doesn't Recommend
2.5
over a year ago

Not as good as they use to be – Was not as good as they use to be - their family BBQ meal that was suppose to feed 3 - 5 people was barely enough to feed 2. Serving of meat to feed 3 - 5 people was only 2 dry ribs and 4 thin slices of beef (one mostly all fat and not edible) and then 3 small sides - thank goodness for the loaf of bread - We ended up going to McDonalds down the street from our hotel to feed the kids. So this ended up costing us well over $20+ dollars to feed our family and we will never visit Bill Millers again when in San Antonio. Never go through the drive through - because you will never know what you get until its to late.

Doesn't Recommend
0.5
over a year ago

rude people bad bbq – I have eaten at Bill Millers 2 times, both times the employees were rude, both times the food was very bad.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Chris Madrids – The best burgers and cold beer in San Antonio. The food is served hot and the service is great. Burgers are so big you may not finish them.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

Weighs every last drop of fat! – Stingy on the meat. Weighs every serving to the last drop of lard. 1/4 lb of brisket and 3 very small sides are not much of a serving for a grown man.

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