While it may have been rainy and dreary for the last few days, the weather report for this weekend is warm and sunny. Get out of the house and grub down with five of the best things to eat or drink this weekend. 2013 Burger Bracket Grand Championship at The Refinery Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 702 ... More >>
That's the question -- or, rather, series of questions -- that arose at a recent dinner. My friends and I had chosen a new-ish Tex-Mex restaurant that night and the chips and salsa that arrived first were appallingly bad. So bad, in fact, that we were left dreading the rest of the meal. And as expe ... More >>
This year leading up to our annual Best of Houston® issue, we're counting down our 100 favorite dishes in Houston. This list comprises our favorite dishes from the last year, dishes that are essential to Houston's cultural landscape and/or dishes that any visitor (or resident) should try at least o ... More >>
Kaz Edwards Uchi Houston 904 Westheimer 713-522-4808 uchirestaurants.com/houston This is the second of a three-part Chef Chat with Kaz Edwards of Uchi Houston. Part 1 of our chat ran in this same space yesterday. Yesterday, we chatted with Uchi Houston's Chef de Cuisine, Kaz Edwards, about his ... More >>
This Montrose spot is serving up beautifully constructed modern Asian cuisine, at small prices.
What's not to like about Nabi? I asked myself as I looked around the empty dining room on a Thursday night before the holidays. The answer is simple: There's a lot to like about Nabi, the new restaurant that replaced sushi stalwart Tomo on the Lower Westheimer curve. But the neighbors might not real ... More >>
A new chef and a revamped space breathe new fire into Dragon Bowl.
The cold, rainy weather coupled with PHEW (post holiday empty wallet syndrome) means there has never been a better time to entertain at home. If you're sick of cooking up chicken and salad dinners for friends and family, follow these easy steps to create a delicious Japanese-themed dinner at ... More >>
Where to eat at 5800 Bellaire.
Photos by Katharine Shilcutt"A sushi chef may train for 10 years. There is only one thing he needs to know: fish. But a kaiseki chef trains for at least 20 years," Kubo's newly installed executive chef, Kiyoka Ito, explained in brusque Japanese, as owner Yoichi Ueno (Yogi-san to his friends) ... More >>
Photos by Justine Schmider The outdoor bathroom at the Blue Fish House -- 2241 Richmond Ave. -- reminded us of an old Fina gas station, in a good way. Maybe that doesn't matter, but the bathroom is worth remembering. Blue Fish is primarily a sushi place, and that's what scared us before we ... More >>
Sushi and churrasco isn't an odd combination at Pradaria.
Inside the Komart store on Gessner, you'll find Korean food like Mom used to make
When Andrew Jackson puts in an appearance, the hostesses at Ra Sushi pay attention
A new sushi restaurant on NASA Parkway boldly takes raw fish beyond old expectations
At Uptown Sushi, the fish looks great whether you eat it or not
Daiji's Izakaya Japanese Tapas Bar
Japaneiro's Sushi Bistro and Latin Grill
Mantra's Mike Potowski seems to delight in turning culture clashes into culinary fashion statements
Japaneiros Sushi Bistro & Latin Grill in Sugar Land certainly is living up to its name
Sasaki Japanese Restaurant
At this sushi buffet, the lobster is gone Todai. Will it be here tomorrow?
"Deep-fried madness" delights the red-hot sushi crowd at Blue Fish House
Chef Wakasugi's sushi is designed to please the Texan palate
Kubo's Japanese Restaurant
Looking for a veteran sushi chef who'll actually talk to you? Chef Toda's your man.
Blowfish has a brilliant chef with bad manners
Chef Kubo is the best sushi man in town -- ask anyone
Houston chefs are creating some uniquely Texan sushi rolls
That's eatertainment: Tokyohana knows how to play with its food.
Bayou City keyboardist Morgan Bouldin finds a groove in a restaurant of the rising sun
You like fresh salmon? So do marine parasites.
Lessons from Mami
Working-class Kin Taro serves pan-Asian soups and salads with a superhero's flair
Once cast in the lead, Sake Lounge is now a secondary downtown character
Don Chang pushes the envelopeat Nara Japanese
Nara mixes East and West to make food worth waiting for
After years of denial, our critic learns the truth: She has to eat it raw