Comfort Inn Southwest
11230 Southwest Freeway
Houston, TX 77031
Phone: (281) 498-9000
Fax: (281) 933-0550
11230 Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX, US, 77031
- Phone: (281) 498-9000
- Fax: (281) 933-0550
This Colombian-owned restaurant serves up authentic Colombian dishes with a traditional flavor. The service is very personable, reflecting the friendly Latin-American culture. Full menus are available in the restaurant in Spanish with English translations. Everything on the menu is traditional Colombian cuisine. Natural juices like mango and curuba are available. Entrees include large soups, seafood and specialty meat plates. The Bandeja Montanera or Mountain Tray is a local favorite. Traditional Colombian arts and crafts are placed throughout the restaurant. Colorful handmade shirts, pottery and leather items adorn the café's walls. Latino music plays as you dine and enjoy the Colombian flavors.
A gorgeous ballroom and Asian food haven located in the heart of SW Houston on the fringe of Stafford/Sugarland, Phat Ky is a true Houston gem. Whether you're looking for the crispest of extravagant seafood, the most soothing bowls of noodle soups, or incredibly affordable and delicious lunch specials, you are more than covered at this family restaurant. Pop in for lunch or dinner and get the healing power of Vietnamese and Cantonese soups. Impress your clients with properly prepared Sharkfin in Crab Meat Soup. Not feeling adventurous? You won't find a better General Tso's Chicken. -Adam Rosen
Rarely do you get an authentic culinary representation of two completely different countries from two different continents in one single restaurant. The London Sizzler gives you just that and more with unbelievable Indian subcontinent fare that would make any Londoner feel right at home. Run by a British Indian family, this elegant hip spot will pour you a proper pint alongside your rich Chicken Tikka. If you respect yourself, you'll order Mom's Masala. Choose your meat (the goat is insanely delicious) for...MOM (you better believe she's back there) to sizzle with her secret blend of generational spices. This is one of Houston's best restaurants. -Adam Rosen
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
Do not be surprised if you see a real cowboy in this rustic restaurant. The wooden floors will make you feel like you're in an old western movie. It is a great place to wear your cowboy boots and jeans and chow down with your friends. This restaurant has been a family favorite for over 25 years. If it is meat you want, then meat you will get at this barbecue joint. Turkey, chicken, beef and pork dominate the menu. There are also veggies, coleslaw and beans to go around.
This mammoth, two-story dining extravaganza is located in Hong Kong City Mall in Houston’s new Chinatown. Ocean Palace is known for their dim sum, which is served in the second floor ballroom. A table for ten is a common sight. Patrons pack the immense space, eagerly eating while watching for the ladies pushing carts filled with tins of savory and sweet morsels. No need to know the language. Just point, nod, and say how many to get what you like. Those looking for a more refined dining experience will enjoy dinner downstairs any day of the week with delicious Chinese food staples as well as fresh seafood picked straight from the tank. -Gemma Amato
Honey Bee Teahouse & Fast Food is a quiet little cafe in Houston's Chinatown district. Noted for their milk teas and iced teas, this cafe offers a relishing variety. The green tea and milk tea with tapioca and caramel are popular favorites. A range of coffees and fruit juices are also on offer. Accompany your beverage with sandwiches or finger foods and follow it with a sweet pudding. Honey Bee Teahouse & Fast Food does not accept credit cards, so make sure you fill your pockets with ample cash when visiting.
If appearances matter a lot to you, then this simple Vietnamese eatery is not the place for you. Thien Thanh is known for their banh cuon - a north Vietnam delicacy which is a kind of rice noodle roll, barbecued pork, shrimp pho and noodles. For the adventurer diner there are things like the water beetle dipping sauce that you can try. Don't forget to carry cash as they don't accept credit cards.
From the outside Saigon Pagolac looks like nothing special, but inside you'll find what some call the best Vietnamese food in Houston, and that is actually quite a feat as Houston has the second largest Vietnamese community in the U.S. The Seven Course Beef is the big hit here with different cuts of beef and means of cooking the beef, as well as a variety of sauces, brought to the table. Other dishes are also cooked at the table, but if you're not in the mood for D.I.Y. dining, you get a nice bowl of Pho instead.
Allow Fernando’s to prepare you a meal that you will remember. The restaurant is the local favorite for steaks. You will also find Italian on the menu, which is pretty good too. The beauty of the dishes here is that they all sound regular, but the flavors and the tenderness of the meat is what sets it apart from other restaurants. Try out the Pollo Soteado and the House Pasta. The Carne Asada makes a great meal too.
Experience the flavors of authentic Thai food at this modern eatery located in Houston's version of Chinatown. The atmosphere is bustling and fun, particularly during lunch. Quieter moments can be experienced in the afternoon or early evening. You will definitely want to try the pad Ka praw, a minced chicken dish that is the overwhelming favorite of diners. If you are feeling a little uncertain about the menu, the lunch buffet is a great way to sample a bit of everything. There is a great selection of Asian beers available.
When you won't settle for anything less than the best, head to the source. Fung's Kitchen offers delectable, authentic Chinese cuisine, specializing in exotic seafood. Live king crab from Alaska, Atlantic and Pacific lobsters, live tilapia, and shark all grace the gourmet menu, each cooked in a distinct Hong Kong style. For that special occasion, add a touch of Asian flair by reserving one of their private rooms, with accommodations ranging from twenty to seventy guests. Don't need something that formal? Head to Fung's early on Sundays and enjoy the delicate taste of their famous Dim Sum Sunday lunch.