A soul fish is a type of fish sold as a side dish at a Soul Fish Cafe in a restaurant near Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, on Sunday.
The cafe is owned by the family of the late Alamo cafe owner Eddie Salazar.
According to an Alamo Cafe Facebook page, Eddie Salzar was an owner of Soul Fish Café in Alamo.
On its website, Soul Fish describes itself as a “fun, casual place where family and friends can enjoy a meal together.”
A soulfish is a kind of fish with an unusual shell, and its flavor is very different from a regular fish.
According a blog post on The Soul Fish website, it’s hard to tell if the soulfish that is served at Soul Fish is the same as the fish that was caught in the Alamo River.
“When we fish for soulfish, we are careful to avoid the salt and other contaminants that have been found in many fish caught in this region,” the blog post said.
Alamo’s Soul Fish Restaurant was founded in 2012 by Salazar’s sister, and she is the current president of the San Antonio chapter of the Southern California chapter of Save the Alabamans. “
We do our best to make sure the fish are as fresh as possible and have as little salt and bacteria in the fish as possible.”
Alamo’s Soul Fish Restaurant was founded in 2012 by Salazar’s sister, and she is the current president of the San Antonio chapter of the Southern California chapter of Save the Alabamans.
The restaurant’s menu also includes fish, chicken, chicken wings, and other entrees, according to the website.