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Continental cuisine may be outdated, but Masraff's makes it seem new. The steak tartare is awesome and the wild salmon is excellent. The brunch here is one of the best deals in town. It comes with good coffee, hot croissants, house-made, extra-chunky orange marmalade, and an excellent jazz trio.
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Go here! Family owned, but not family kitchen. Great place for after work drinks/appetizers or top notch evening meal. The picture is as outdated as the other reviews. The new place is contemporary, sleek. Still has a fabulous chef with superb service. Tony & Russel have done a great switch to make this a must be seen in place in the Galleria Area. Make it one of your regular stops.
Simply good. nice dining, a bit on the fine side, no jeans, polo's or shorts, unless you're super confident in your self, a bit of swag and think you can get away with it. ask for the tall indian waiter, he is tops. c
It's not just noodles anymore, and they don't all come from Italy, so put that redneck mentality aside and take a look at the rainbow of international pastas that make Houston a regular pasta jungle and their gustation a celebration. Better yet, take a father and son of Armenian descent who love southern European cuisine, and stick them in an American kitchen to get Masraff's. Father Tony and son Russell Masraff spin out some tasty and eye-catching dishes, but a singular dish of mushroom... More »
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