Casual spot near Hobby for well-prepared Thai classics.
A handsome stone building, satisfying food, and an excellent wine list.
A serious Italian chef makes this little house the real deal.
Peli Peli asserts its South African self with big flavors and dramatic interiors.
The wood-fired pizzas and craft cocktails have a cult following.
Casual Mediterranean fare in Rice Village’s Politan Row.
Japanese hot pot in a Westchase strip center.
Spicy, complex Nepalese dishes in a cool blue setting.
The draw is Mexico City–style tacos in a relaxing setting.
Casual, welcoming winner in the hot Houston Heights.
Peking duck and fixings offered in this vast, busy restaurant.
A hot-ticket EaDo eatery with a little space and a big reputation.
Elegant Indian restaurant with some new twists on old favorites.
An oh-so-French place in upscale Uptown Park.
Wine galore, decent prices, and shareable food draw crowds to this Rice Village spot.
Upscale Mediterranean in the heart of the Medical Center.
A seasonal, globe-trotting menu equals a packed house at Ryan Lachaine's stylish Montrose eatery.
Japanese-Peruvian fusion fare in Politan Row.
Handy spot for dim sum at the edge of downtown.
Pretty, popular new addition to the Uptown dining scene.
Creative Southeast Asian cuisine in Rice Village’s Politan Row food hall.
This Midtown charmer is positively Parisian.
A warm, welcoming spot for Ghananian fare.
This ambitious venture brings together classic dishes from the world’s cuisines.
Handsome Heights newcomer offers creative fare and a lovely setting.
Montrose hot spot dishing out modern European and American fare.
A Denver steakhouse puts down stakes in Houston.
Fast-casual Mediterranean in a neighborhood shopping center.
Indian fare with a modern sensibility.
Beloved Brenham star comes to H-Town to serve up first-rate barbecue in the Heights.
Another successful offspring of Asiatown’s Tran dynasty.
Jaw-droppingly inventive Japanese fusion served in a dark and homey place.
Modern Oaxacan fare from James Beard–winning chef Hugo Ortega.
A top Texas restaurant from award winner Justin Yu.
The coolest room in town and chef Chris Kinjo’s magnificent sushi.
All-around excellent food from Chris Shepherd.
Remodeled digs and a reimagined menu give this Village mainstay new life.
Another sleek iteration of Robert Del Grande's original Café Annie.
A reimagined Spaghetti Warehouse draws fans to Katy Freeway.
Island food and drinks in a tropical setting on Richmond Avenue.
Modestly priced Afghan spot on Hillcroft draws diverse crowds.
Spare, casual joint in Montrose serving eclectic small plates and cocktails.
Meaty Texas flavors reign at this downtown food hall counter.
Chef Mark Holley gives Davis St. new life.
Hopping new site draws crowds for hefty Tex-Mex fare.
Elevated pastas, salads, and pizzas in a swanky downtown food hall.
Chinese classics and dumplings galore in West University.
Greek-inspired seafood draws the crowds to this hot spot in the River Oaks District.
Chris Shepherd’s fourth installation features seafood and retro Southern classics.