Bellaire's hippest restaurant sports a minimalist design and an Asian fusion menu with some impressive presentation. Here you can find some interesting items, such as the agedashi tofu and provolone wrap with dashi dipping sauce and a side of sweet potato fries, or a signature pizza topped with chicken, Tom Yum seasoning, herbs and mushrooms on a crispy thin crust. The dinner menu is a sophisticated assortment of Asian-inspired dishes, including the crusted sesame chicken milanaise with lemon beurre blanc sauce or the roasted five spice duck sautéed with baby bok choy, and wonton noodles, drizzled with a lovely star anise glaze.
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Lemongrass isn't a likely ingredient for a pizza. And a squeeze of lemon? Even less so. But it's precisely these delicate flavors that make the lemongrass pizza ($7.50) at Lemongrass Cafe (5109 Bellaire Boulevard, 713-664-6698) so i...
Thursday, October 14, 2004 at 4 a.m. by Robb Walsh
After school, when no one else was home, I used to experiment with new peanut butter sandwich combinations. If peanut butter and bacon tasted great, how about peanut butter and ham? And since I loved peanut butter and banana, why no...