Whether you like your chile red or green, Voice Places is your guide to Tex-Mex cuisine in Houston. Thanks to dozens of professional and user reviews, it‚Äôs easy to tell whose frijoles are truly cool beans, and our listings are searchable by restaurant name or neighborhood.
The shrine to Our Lady surrounded by bright jalapeoĪo lights should give you an idea about Midtown's Tacos A Go-Go. It's a funky cantina with a colorful decor serving... More »
This humble little Washington Avenue eatery has served home-cooked Tex-Mex food geared to a Hispanic audience since 1976. Breakfast at Los Dos Amigos is the meal to get... More »
Run by head cook and surrogate mother Eydie Prior, Montrose's Lankford Grocery may be the homiest restaurant in the city. The enormous breakfasts, with perfect... More »
Old and new blend together at Xuco Xicana (pronounced "Chuco Chicana") in Midtown, which features Tex-Mex classics from its old roots as El Patio ‚?" try the queso and the... More »
The quintessential River Oaks culinary experience, a slightly stuffy and ornately-decorated dinner house with excellent, overpriced Tex-Mex served on white linen tablecloths.
Since it first opened in 1996, Mission Burrito has made a name for itself serving big-as-your-bicep burritos filled with fresh ingredients and that much has remained the... More »
Sure, Spanish Flower offers south-of-the-border atmosphere and Tex-Mex cuisine, but the most enticing element of this Heights-area eatery is that it... More »
Any place with more than 60 different tequilas and nearly 20 different margaritas, open 24/7, is bound to be a happening place. Located in a funky old house that seems... More »
Molina's has become known for its Jose's dip, an ooey-gooey glob (and we mean that in the best way) of queso mixed with taco meat. It's a hearty foil to some tasty... More »
This wonderfully festive, colorful and inexpensive neighborhood place has a spacious covered patio, efficient waitstaff and large portions of some of the best... More »
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...
It took five trips to Torchy's Tacos for me to get a taco that was actually hot. My first four trips had netted tacos varying in temperature range from "refrigerator door cold" to "warmer than...
"I didn't steal your car!" came a loud shriek from the next table. "Gupta did!" The table erupted in peals of laughter. Six young women and two young...
A darn shame that the Houston Torchy's doesn't live up to the reputation. It's all show and no go.Read Full Review
Horrible customer service from Chachoís. I used to love their nachos, but now I havenít been back since. Drive-thru customer service and management is horrible (this isnít their first time). The drive-thru employee was abrupt, rude, and disrespectful. When I walked in to complain to the manager (who looked like a kid), he didnít bother to listen to me and automatic...Read Full Review
The beef fajita tacos are amazing! Pretty basic - beef, onions and cilantro - and super delicious!Read Full Review
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