The Foundation of our Success
The Panchitos Family
The owners of Panchito’s, Roy and Evelyn Reyes, opened their first restaurant in 1980 on the Southwest side of San Antonio. With hard work and dedication, the two successfully developed Panchito’s into what it is today.
Evelyn’s parents, Frank and Lupe Sepulveda, helped the two get the business off and running. And, throughout the years, Roy’s parents, Santos and Aurora Reyes, have been very helpful and supportive with their business ventures. As can be seen, the restaurants, one at McCullough and one at Zarzamora, are known for being very family-oriented and plan on continuing the same tradition.
Our goal is to ensure every guest returns by assuring we provide excellent quality service, cleanliness, and value. We have a passion to serve in a prompt, professional, friendly, and courteous manner which will help us gain the emotional commitment of our neighbors and guests, creating a comfortable and inviting atmosphere.
Our Core Values – The Foundation of Our Success
- We believe in providing legendary service.
Our goal is to provide the kind of unique and genuine sort of personal care and attention that our customers tell stories about.
- We believe that good enough isn’t enough.
We never stop trying to do it better, no matter how good we are. We constantly strive to “raise the bar.”
- We believe in honesty and trust.
We work to build trust with others in each and every transaction and interaction. We recognize that honesty and trust form the bond that holds organizations and relationships together.
- We believe our continued success depends on teamwork.
We know that great achievements are only possible from helping and respecting each other.
- We believe in doing business in a professional and orderly manner.
We take great pride in having good systems, standardized procedures and being organized.
- We believe in being responsible to others and to ourselves.
We do what we say we are going to do when we say we are going to do it. We believe in personal accountability and avoid blaming others when things don’t turn out as planned.