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Ninfa's Green Sauce

I had this on one of my visits to Houston, Texas. Ninfa's Mexican restaurant was one of the first to serve this.


Jalapenos' Spinach Enchiladas

Spinach Enchiladas - rave reviews, vegitarian - apparantly they are from Jalapenos ( a mexican restaurant in houston - one of the most popular items on the menu?) - sounds facinating - might have to try!


Ninfa's Green Sauce

Ninfa's Green Sauce, (We substitute celery leaves for cilantro because of an allergy.) Famous Mexican Food Restaurant in Houston.


Chef Chris Shepherd's first restaurant of his very own made Time's list of places to eat before the Armageddon hits – before Underbelly was even open in Montrose. Billed as "the story of Houston food," Shepherd's menu is heavy on the Mexican, Vietnamese, Korean and other ethnic influences that have shaped Houston's food scene in the last generation. It's heavy on meat, too, as befitting a chef...

Pappasito's Cantina - Tried! Drinks: skinny margarita (ok, but pappadeaux makes a better one) and Jalisco tea - love this one! Apps: seviche trio (they use too much oil, not a fan) and crab claws (these were good but not pre-cracked at all) Main course: the everything fajita with a side of homemade tortillas. Pretty decent Overall: busy, festive, good service, impossible parking