I enjoy eating out and trying new foods. I'm visited quite anumber of restuarants in Houston. Heres my two cents:
- Ginza: my all around favorite for Japanese food. The portions are large and flavorful. I especially like their Spicy Tuna Rolls.
- Tokyohanna: The best value would be the lunch specials, in particular the tuna steak. Their sushi rolls fall apart, and the portions are normal.
- Cafe Japon
- Kubo: I was amazed by the high quality of their sushi, in particular the spider rolls.
- Bennihanna: I'm not quite sure why people like this place. I've seen chefs spend 20 minutes frying rice. Although they perform a lot of cool trick, I try to look for quality in a restuarant.
- Todai: Its actually a seafood buffet. When it first opened the sushi was
a great deal for the price. Last time i went the quality was poor. They also
started veering toward lower costing non-seafood foods.
- Keniyama: The sushi is med-high quality. Their service is horrible. I spent 20 minutes waiting to order more sushi.
- Bombay Brasserie: One of my all-around favorites. They have some fresh cooked vegetable and chicken curry for lunch. Their saag paneer is fairly cheesy. The only problem with this place is that they dont serve fresh bread.
- Bombay Palace
- Khyber North Indian Grill: Probably the cleanest (non-greasy) indian food I've had. The saag is 8 parts spinach/ 2 parts cheese.
- Madras Pavillion: A south indian food. I'm not a big fan of South indian because its fairly bland. I did try something that resembled a vegetarian meatball. It was very good.
- Shiva Indian Restuarant:Located in the Rice village. One thing I like about this restuarant is that they always bring you hot naan from the oven.