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Fratelli's Authentic Italian Cuisine Restaurant - CLOSED

Map & Directions 10989 NW Freeway
Houston, TX 77092
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713-957-1150
  • Italian
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Lot Available

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Houston Press' Description

Owners Bob and Teresa Wittman are usually on the premises, making sure everything is right at this friendly trattoria. Chef Teresa learned to cook in Mexico City, but her fare is robustly and authentically Italian and surpasses what is found in many far more expensive Houston restaurants. The pizza comes from a wood-burning brick oven, the pastas are freshly made, and just-caught red snapper is usually the fish of the day. The menu offers few surprises (and even fewer disappointments), but the chef's specials, especially the pastas, are often creative.

 
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  • Jerry W. on 03/15/13

    There tagliatelle pasta is amazing!!

  • Houston Press on 05/31/12

    2011 Best of Houston Winner: Best Housemade Pasta. Check out more Houston Press Best of Houston Winners here: http://bit.ly/JCaGyR Or go mobile with the free Best Of app.

  • Fırat Ö. on 05/16/12

    The garlic bread is to die for!!!!!!!!

  • Dani R. on 05/05/12

    The Alfredo sauce is to die for!

  • Hannah K. on 02/19/12

    Not open Saturday and Sundays as of Feb 19, 2012

 
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