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I have lived in Houston for more than six years because of my studies and work. when I first arrived in Houston, I was unfamiliar with the surrounding environment. Needless to say, I was also not used to eating. In this blog, I Recorded the Mandarin Chinese restaurants I have eaten in Houston in recent years.
Rating the taste and price of the hotel, ranging from ★-★★★ Scoring is based on the comparison of restaurants of the same type in Houston. ★ stands for below average, ★★★ stands for average level (if the price is more than ten or twenty dollars per person), and ★★★★ stands for above average.
Before delving into the blog, let me give you a few disclaimers. First, while price evaluation is relatively objective, taste is more subjective. What satisfies my palate might not satisfy yours. Remember to take these recommendations as a grain of salt, If “authentic” is mentioned in the article, it means that it tastes very similar to some restaurants in China However, there is no guarantee that it will be exactly the same as the ones in our hometowns.
Hǎi Dǐ Lāo
23220 Grand Cir Blvd #100, Katy, TX 77449
It tastes like domestic food. The service is warm but not so embarrassing. Shake gluten balls, tomato soup, and beef granules all make people happy. The main disadvantage is the long queue. When I eat, the average per capita is only twenty or thirty, which is simply a model of affordable and delicious online celebrity, and other friends have high per capita prices. Dishes can be promoted by reference.
Zhōng Cān Guǎn Niú Jiǎo Jiān
Chinese Restaurant Niu Jiao Jian Hot Pot
9715 Bellaire Blvd suite a, Houston, TX 77036
The taste is not bad. However, the price/performance ratio is not too high simply judging in terms of taste. The main attraction is that they can often introduce new gimmicks. When it opened, it was Bear Butter Pot Bottom and Supreme Fat Beef. Later, it introduced chicken coconut, three-sauce stewing pot, one-person pot and so on.
Xiǎo Lóng Kǎn
Just so-so. I went there once when I first opened my business. The bottom of the pot and the side dishes were not very delicious The fat cows were not as good as the ones I bought from the supermarket. Ice powder and oranges are great, but it’s not worth my second visit, lol.
I have only been there once, leaving the impression that only my friends and I agree that it is not delicious.
There are several branches, Chinatown branch
A few years ago, it was a little sheep, and then suddenly it became a happy sheep. The price is not expensive, and the taste is not bad. When you need to invite someone to dinner, come here to avoid trouble. Please eat at this buffet.
3. Spicy Hot Pot
9328 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX 77036
The door opened after the epidemic, so I only ordered a takeout. I like the spicy soup base of their beef bone soup., All kinds of their ingredients are still fresh I ordered it several times.
Recommend Chinese restaurant Sean
9284 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX 77036
Those who opened the door with their feet before and after ironing only ordered take-out. When I got it, the ingredients were soaked in the soup, the fat cows were smashed into small pieces, and the cabbage was not It was inconvenient to eat. If it is the only Mala Tang restaurant, maybe I will find it delicious, too. Unfortunately, this restaurant is adjacent to the hidden hot pearl jade.
Lǎo Gāo Shāo Kǎo
9888 Bellaire Blvd #118, Houston, TX 77036
The best Chinese barbecue in Houston in my heart. It tastes particularly like the barbecue restaurant next to my undergraduate dormitory. Barbecued kebabs have never stepped on thunder, beef and mutton kebabs are fat and thin, yellow throat, chicken wings and okra, etc are also good. Roasted bananas, roasted eggplant and roasted cold noodles are packed on plates. These two are delicious. However, bananas are sometimes not sweet. The peanuts are very tasty. Pig brain doesn’t taste amazing, but it doesn’t smell fishy. Their spicy cabbage fried rice is more delicious than many Korean dishes. The only one in his family who stepped on thunder seems to be Mala Tang, which I personally don’t like very much.
I’d like to recommend these restaurants to you today. These are some of the Chinese restaurants that I have eaten at after living in Houston for so many years I would like to recommend them to Chinese compatriots who are new to Houston or currently living in Houston.
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