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Seco's Latin Cuisine

Map & Directions 2536 Nottingham
Houston, TX 77005
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713-942-0001
  • Latin American
  • Sun 10:30am-9pm, Mon-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout
  • Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Recommended, Accepted
  • Lot Available, Street

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Seco's pan-Latin menu features many seafood dishes, grilled steak with chimichurri and rollos de pollo (spinach and shrimp stuffed chicken breast), as well as many Mexican favorites, like quesadillas and fajitas.

 
Member Reviews

  • on 05/06/09
    4

    Apart from the fabulous food served here every Sunday, it's also the best bargain in Houston with a sumptuous buffet priced at an incredible $12.99 per person. And as if that weren't enough, bottomless mimosas go for $7.99 and bottomless sangria for $8.99. Start out with a warming bowl of sopa de camarones, a cream-based soup that is as chock-full of seafood as it is with... More >>

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  • Tania G. on 03/24/13

    First time here.. And love this place! Hidden on Kirby and perfect for brunch.. Buffet and bottomless mimosas. I will be coming back!

  • Jeanette S. on 05/11/13

    Tasty tasty tasty, sample the tamale yummm, shrimp soup is soooo good, tarragon dressing is excitingly favorable. But the cilantro pesto is to die for!

  • Susan S. on 09/21/12

    Everything here is delicious! Spinach enchiladas are FAMOUS! Have a toreado or two to loosen up.

  • Phil S. on 05/20/12

    Amazing Sunday Brunch!

  • Allen A. on 11/27/13

    Chicken enchiladas are ok. The spinach and cheese enchiladas are fantastic. Very similar to Jalapeños on Kirby from way back.

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