Why not make joie de vivre an ingredient in your next meal? Voice Places is the place for French cuisine in Houston. Professional and user reviews and listings searchable by name or neighborhood make us your French connection.
This tiny new French cafe in Rice Village does a remarkable job of re-creating lovable peasant dishes from the French countryside. Try merguez and frites (lamb... More »
A River Oaks playground for Houston's rich and famous, Brasserie 19 nevertheless has the food to match the crowds and the hype, turning out classic French and Belgian staples... More »
Leave it to Elouise A. Jones to bring out the trendy and elegant best in old, homey favorites. Greenway Plaza's Ouisie's Table's cream of mushroom soup, for example, in its... More »
Spectacular fruits de mer platters, and French classics like onion soup, pate and escargot lead the list of attractions at this temple of old-fashioned... More »
French Riviera Bakery has been around for 30 years. But if you haven't been there lately, you owe yourself a treat. The sandwiches are awesome, the pastries... More »
Except for the updated accents, this coffeehouse looks like a New Orleans original, with exposed brick walls, black-and-white photography and zydeco music in the... More »
The eponymous Philippe belongs to one of Houston's most enduringly popular chefs, the French-born Philippe Schmit, who chose the glitzy Galleria area for his upscale French-esque... More »
Service at this modest Midtown creperie and coffee shop can be slow, but part of the appeal is lingering at an outside table with a watermelon soda (patrons can... More »
Tiny Boxwood's serves up eclectic, local, fresh ingredients in inventive ways in a nursery setting near River Oaks/Lower Shepherd. Great wine and drink specials, like... More »
At this charming Montrose restaurant, the dishes are classically gourmet, often complicated and carefully presented. The salads are enough to... More »
Something occurred to me halfway through my final lunch course at L'Olivier one afternoon. Over an apple tart so simple as to be nearly ascetic — perfectly flaky puff pastry bottom providing...
I once read in an interview with Straits executive chef John Sikhattana that the chef not only lives in CityCentre — the upscale west Houston "town square" development filled with...
Bombay Pizza possesses the warm glow of a beacon in the evenings, the Edison bulbs that hang in its windows illuminating one of the few downtown restaurants along Main Street that have...
Salé Sucré is located on a particularly unattractive span of White Oak in a small, generic strip center just off Studewood not far from I-10 but you'll see the restaurant's glow before you even enter. And once in, you will be quickly enveloped by a welcoming, warm sensibility.
There aren't any other places in the nearby area that offer such...
Houston evokes many things, but Paris? Nestled in the Galleria area on Post Oak’s main strip is Philippe Restaurant + Lounge, a welcoming French restaurant adamantly doing its part to bring a little of France to this side of Houston.
Whether it's said with Continental flare or a New York accent Philippe’s is synonymous with delicious French fine dining...
Etoile Cuisine et Bar offers traditional as well as modern interpretations of French and Mediterranean cuisine in its beautiful farmhouse-inspired space in Uptown Park.
With their recent move to Houston, Owner/Chef Philippe Verpiand and wife Monica Bui brings culinary experience earned at the French Culinary Institute in Avignon and some of the world’s...
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