After a major facelift, the big old Roxy nightclub has become home to eleven affordable restaurants and two bars. Many of the Houston vendors have already proven themselves either as food trucks or in other food halls, with cuisines spanning several continents. Highly popular is Asian-oriented Wokker, which has a following for stir fries with bold sauces, fried rice with homemade kimchi, steamed gyoza, and brisket egg rolls. Are street tacos more your thing? La Taquiza dishes up combos on corn tortillas garnished with cucumber, lime, radish, and salsa (one memorable example being tinga tacos with shredded chicken stewed in a zesty tomato sauce). A must-visit, in our opinion, is Cvche Kitchen, which offers full-flavored Peruvian dishes like shrimp causa, a potato cake crowned with yellow peppers, marinated shrimp, and avocado. Another of the Kitchen’s hits was the Peruvian national dish, lomo saltado, consisting of beef wok-tossed with tomatoes, garlic, and onion, served with white rice. For something lighter, head to the Pita-Ria for salads, hummus, soups, and flatbreads, and then wash it down with a fresh juice from Thrive.