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Hu’s Cooking

Owner and former architect John Hu has teamed up with chef Wang Yu to create this casual space offering Taiwan and Sichuan cuisine with some surprise twists. Expect a diverse crowd, many from Rice and the TMC, who come for comfort food, nicely presented. Recent favorites included plump red-chile-oil wontons with a satisfying burn and a touch of sweetness and mapo tofu, tender chunks surrounded by a scallion-and-ground-pork sauce, both spicy and mellow at the same time. We also savored an order of dan dan noodles, properly hot and ample, as well as crisp, perfect stir-fried string beans. Only the Three Cups Chicken disappointed, mainly because of its slippery texture. Service is prompt and helpful.

City: Houston

Cuisine:

Drinks: No bar

Price: $$

Rating: ★★★

Address: 2502 W. Holcombe Blvd., Houston, TX, 77030

Hours: L & D Wed–Mon.

Phone: 713-660-0020

Website: https://www.huscooking.com/

Last updated: September 4, 2019