It may look like a Chinese take-out joint, but this spot’s curry-soaked, halal Indonesian flavors have nothing in common with General Tso’s.
Garlic lovers unite over Cuban dishes including sweet-and-savory fufu de plátano and oven-roasted pork pernil.
Three men are constantly at work rolling and baking taftoon flatbread in the back at this popular Persian spot. Enjoy yours with kebabs and jeweled rice.
Owner Cary Attar’s second iteration of his popular Fielding’s Wood Grill has an even more casual vibe, one that belies its lobster mac ‘n’ cheese–topped pizzas and brioche sliders filled with char siu pork belly.
We all need a great moussaka every now and then. This restaurant has our favorite in all of Houstonia.
Amazing baked goods are just the tip of the iceberg at this café, which also serves Stumptown coffee and farm-fresh breakfasts until 3 p.m.
Ethiopian music videos and the aroma of roasting coffee are as transporting as the tangy, spongy injera and spicy stews served here.