Singhs Vietnamese, Smoke BBQ: San Antonio's biggest food stories of the week

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Eric Treviño, a partner in Singhs, watches a work crew clear debris out from the restaurant after it was struck by a car last weekend. - SANFORD NOWLIN
  • Sanford Nowlin
  • Eric Treviño, a partner in Singhs, watches a work crew clear debris out from the restaurant after it was struck by a car last weekend.
If this week’s food news shows us anything, it’s that Saytown's restaurant scene is full of fighters.

Two well-known eateries suffered devastating damage to their buildings, but both are working to regroup. On top of that, a pair local chefs are duking it out in separate TV culinary competitions.



Read on to see all of the Current's most-read food stories of the week.
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