Horrible! We came to San Antonio for our anniversary and we went for a walk on the Riverwalk on a Friday evening. We stopped at Michelinos for dinner and at first we thought the restaurant looked nice, we sat outside, and ordered some drinks. The waitress brought us bread and olive oil. The olive oil was good, but the bread was absolutely disgusting. It was soft, old, dry and tasted like bread you might buy at a chain grocery store. When we asked the waitress if she could bring us a bread that had a little more crisp crust, she informed us that the bread is kept in a bread warmer and there was no way to make it crispier. (So I guess they don't have an oven). For the appetizer we ordered stuffed mushrooms and calamari. The mushrooms looked and tasted as if someone else had ordered them hours ago and then sent them back, so they reheated them and served them to us. The calamari I would swear was imitation calamari. It just didn't have the right texture. The waitress brought us a new loaf of bread that she said was more crisp. I think she went to the bread warmer and took the loaf from the back that had been in there all day and dried out. Pillsbury makes better bread than they do and it comes from a can. We didn't eat any main courses, we decided we had seen enough so we paid and left.
Pros: Location, Seated promptly (only because no one wants to eat there)
Cons: Food, Service, Bread,