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The Full Menu: Exploring European Eateries

Houston is often heralded as the most diverse city in the country, and recently the Houston Chronicle, in partnership with Houston Public Media, began profiling the million foreign-born residents here. A lot of the people working in the Greater Houston region are from different parts of Europe. So it seemed like a good time to ask […]

Houston is often heralded as the most diverse city in the country, and recently the Houston Chronicle, in partnership with Houston Public Media, began profiling the million foreign-born residents here.

A lot of the people working in the Greater Houston region are from different parts of Europe. So it seemed like a good time to ask our foodies where the best places are to find good French, British, Greek and Spanish food, to name a few.

Today’s conversation features: Katharine Shilcutt of Houstonia Magazine, David Leftwich of Sugar and Rice Magazine, and Eric Sandler of CultureMap Houston. (Image: Beef Wellington, Courtesy Le Mistral)

French Cuisine:
Cafe Rabelais
Bistro Provence
Le Mistral
Etoile Cusine et Bar
Brasserie Max & Julie
Café Brussels
Charivari
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British Food:
The Red Lion
The Queen Vic Pub & Kitchen
London Sizzler
Little India
The Richmond Arms Pub
The Bull and Bear Tavern and Eatery
Good Dog Hot Dog
Paul’s Kitchen
Rudyard’s Pub
The Black Lab
The British Isles Store
Bayview Duck Restaurant & Pub
Boondoggles Brewery & Pub
Hunky Dory
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Other Cuisines:
Polonia Restaurant
Kenny & Ziggy’s New York Delicatessen Restaurant
Café Pita
Niko Niko’s Greek and American Cafe
Yia Yia Mary’s
Dot Coffee Shop
Christie’s Seafood & Steaks
Pappa’s Brothers Restaurants
Phoenicia Specialty Foods
OPORTO Fooding House and Wine
BCN
Rioja
Istanbul Grill
Pasha
Rudi Lechner’s German Restaurant
King’s Biergarten & Restaurant
Killen’s Texas BBQ
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