I forget about what a great salad spot this is! I had the Ahi Tuna Salad, it was sooo good, the bad thing is it was $25! Ouch! But it sure was tasty! Molten Chocolate cake was good too. Happy Birthday David!
Is this a joke? I’m looking for Glaze Donuts and I miss it because surely it’s not in the same parking lot as this gas station??? It is...and I second guessing my decision to buy Ethan Birthday doughnuts from this place but I already preorderd it, they require 24houra advance order...ugh! I’m going to regret this...
And walking in the shop doesn’t help...very ho hum interior too. I let her know I’m here for the order and decide to order a doughnut, no doughnut holes to sample the quality. Of course I pay for the order, and she throws in the doughnut holes and an extra doughnut on the house...this is not helping my perception! She’s trying to give these things away! I taste it in the car on the drive back, it’s actually not bad. It’s not as good as what I’m used to but really not bad at all.
So this is what the Happy Birthday doughnuts look like, cute. It’s $34 for this box set of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry, their default set up. It might have been excessive, maybe more doughnuts than we can eat, but it looks cool. I leave it at home and Ethan gets home and texts me if he can eat the doughnuts. I say yes, I come home later and I see he’s eaten his entire name. I ask how it was, he said it was good but the strawberry ones were not his favorite, too fruity. The next day I see dad has eaten the “Y” in BIRTHDAY, I try each flavor...half of 3 letters. I agree with Ethan’s assessment, the chocolate and vanilla are good, the strawberry is eh. Actually the chocolate is the best! The next morning I look in the box, all gone except the strawberry ones, only 3 left from the entire box, not bad. Ethan ate the rest of them FYI...I guess it was t a bad buy after all.
No I didn’t! Yes, I did...I joined Costco! Look at my amazing finds!
This box of quality string lights for $19!
Veuve Clicquot Champagne for $44/bottle!
A 34oz container for $35! That’s 11oz more than what you can find at your local grocery store or Target, which is $29 for 23oz. Thanks to the Cooleys’ for that tip!
Handsomely remodeled bungalow located on a tree-lined street in Woodland Heights! This home offers a formal living and dining in the front most park of the home and the kitchen is located central to the home, and opens up to the spacious family room with high ceilings! This wonderful home is located on a corner and conveniently located across fro Travis Elementary! *Did not flood during Harvey, per owner.
The Reyna Realty Group
Mentioned by a friend of mine, I happened to be in the area so made a quick stop and it’s a fast food type of place, which happens to be perfect for the moment as I’m on the way to a photo shoot. I’m looking at their menu and it’s kond of cool how they allow a lot of customization, but I go with the #1 Grilled Pork, their best selling. Ethan goes custom and gets the Ribeye with and egg, which turns out he didn’t like so much and only ate half, and didn’t want to take it home, which really doesn’t mean much as a 16 year old, he’s not really into leftovers and saving money. Anyway, I liked my Grilled Pork Banh Mi and I liked how spicy the jalapeno was...the only complaint was the bread was falling apart as I got through it, however it was soft. The egg rolls were good, Ethan ate 3 of the 8 (2 orders) and I had 2, and i did take the rest home for daddy, but Ethan ate those too. So the egg rolls are 16 year old and Soo approved! And baby Liam liked the kid’s fried rice! The iced coffee was pretty good too.
I wasn't sure what to expect but I was hoping for the best...to my dismay it's close to a Panda Express than a real Chinese restaurant. Basically no dine in unless you want to sit outside. You could sit at the bar. But more importantly the food quality was pretty mediocre and flavors were very...chainy. I didn't really enjoy my food or eat that much of it. Maybe we just ordered the wrong thing...
Very disappointing. I was hoping for a go-to Chinese spot, but this was definitely not it. The food tastes cheap and the seating was not adequate. You either sit inside at a small bar or outside with 3 industrial fans blowing in your face. We were disappointed by the whole experience so decided to pack up our food and go home, where we ate the food and was even more disappointed. Kung Pao Chicken and Mongolian Beef. It's not horrible, but it's not good either.
Surprisingly better than I thought it was going to be. When I was looking at reviews I made sure to only read reviews from Asians, sorry, we just know better when it comes to Asian food. Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised that the food was actually pretty good, but the atmosphere was so so.
This is the mama in me posting...it’s hard to find Melissa & Doug items, mostly you have to find them online but I found a whole aisle of Melissa & Doug items at Arne’s Party Store, of all places! Perfect for Christmas shopping for the little ones!
Hit the spot and satisfied my spaghetti craving! The Summer Salad was light and crisp and a nice balance to my big bowl of spaghetti!
It’s a fancy pants restaurant, at least for Thai food. and though it was a notch up, I still thought it was a little pricey for Thai food. I like the atmosphere, it was nice and cozy and the food was tasty, it was all really good. I got the lunch Kee Mao Noodle Chicken ($12) spicy level 2, which I think I could have gone up a level. Level 2 seemed a little mild. But the dish was really good, that was very tasty and probably the best Kee Mao Noodle I’ve had in a little while. The salad was a little small, but it was tasty! Love that dressing with the wontons, great combination! I definitely recommend!!
Love his whole new shopping area between Heights and Yale! I was drawn in by a pregnancy craving! I tried a few and wasn’t really feeling most of the flavors i tried so I settled on the pb&j on a waffle cone (which I never get, usually a cup kind of person). I have to tell you, the waffle cone is where it’s at! Delicious! Totally hit the spot!
@juiceland Acai Bowl “Wunderland” was pretty great, I would have to say even a leg over Beet Box’s!Didn’t love the little red things on top, I think hemp, but I ate it all anyway!Gotta lean how to make these babies, thanks @larryjsimmons04 for putting them on my radar!
Juiceland’s Acai Bowl “Wunderland” was pretty great, I would have to say even a leg over Beet Box’s!Didn’t love the little red things on top, I think hemp, but I ate it all anyway!Gotta lean how to make these babies, thanks Larry for putting them on my radar!
Always looking for a weekday morning place for eats and some real estate shop talk! 🍳🏡(Naan Breakfast and latte)
Thought of this place when I was getting over a stomach bug… And it was just the perfect thing for my sensitive stomach!
And this is the #Kaleshake. You can taste the bits of dates and ginger, it’s creamy and good. It’s ginger strong, but I guess that’s what makes it healthy. They say it’s one of their popular ones.
And this one is the Signature Greens, fresh and lemony. Matt tried it too and liked it but said when it tastes really good it probably has a lot of fruit, which it does. Sorry no make up, still getting over my stomach bug!
And since I’ve never had one before, had to try the Açaí Bowl, this one is with blueberries, bananas and granola...it was pretty tasty and Liam liked it too! Great substitute for a sweet treat too.
What chaos! It was definitely an experience and so glad we could cheer for the Astros but it was so crowded and warm, if you decided to stay home, you were smart not to go!
Looks good huh? It wasn't. Really mediocre Thai food, really. The complimentary egg rolls are bland, the Pad Kee Mao Chicken is ho hum, not the tastiest. The Pad See Ewe was spicy and even less flavorful. I don't have much else to report back. Spend your money at Asia Market, much better than this joint.
That meal was very unimpressive...I got the pescado and second taco and Matt got the pastor and pescado too and we were both disappointed and left feeling very underwhelmed. Liam got the chicken quesadilla which was ok. The corn on the cob was actually ok. A little creamy for my liking but did have a nice flavor. Overall, just an ok experience.
The atmosphere was great. I thought it was odd they didn’t serve food, but they have food trucks outside. Today they had the Waffle Bus and some other truck I can’t remember what the name is. Would have been nice if they had other options, but better than nothing. The space got crowded, Astros World Series games was on, great crowd, super fun atmosphere!
I’ll be honest, I wasn’t expecting much. I’m really sensitive when it comes to sushi and my friend, Cecilia, who I think is equally sensitive said she really likes this place so I was on board. Nothing really special about the restaurant, there was a little bit of a wait, it’s a small place. I have to tell you...the sushi was awesome! So fresh! I got the peppercorn tuna, hamachi and tuna nigiri and man oh man, was it good! The Hamachi/Yellow Tail was so buttery, so tasty I ordered 2 more! I also ordered the 5 Spice Roll with sauces on the side, which I didn’t think they needed. And we also got the Hamachi Carpaccio, so good, everything! I wish they were closer in, it would definitely be my go to sushi spot!
I was really hoping the new, old spot had great food, and most of it did, the crispy rice and papaya salad were good, but the Pad See Ewe was so fishy I could not eat it. I did let them know and they agreed it did not tast right, brought out another one and t looked better but tasted the same. They were nice enough take it off the ticket. I may try the Pad Kee Mao, next time.