- $11 for $20 worth of Cuban cuisine
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Though the imperial Doric columns inside Cafe Piquet aren't indicative of the cuisine's origins, the pictures and artifacts on the walls—which range from movie-star portraits to framed bills of currency—all pay homage to Cuba. The authentic decor echoes the traditional recipes in the family-owned kitchen. There, chefs layer swiss cheese, ham, pork, mustard, and pickles onto medianoche sandwiches that helped the restaurant win the 2009 Houston Press award for Best Cuban Restaurant. The paper deemed the sandwiches "easily the best in the city," and commented on the menu’s knack for drawing crowds of native Cubans with its recipes.
Those recipes include plates of grilled red snapper, pork chops, and sirloin steak that arrive with sides of plantains and yucca, imbued with flavor from garlic and creole sauces. After devouring the dishes, full visitors who have become sleepy can conclude meals with cups of cuban coffee.
93% of 1,894 customers recommend
“If you like garlic, make sure you order a side of their "Mojo" sauce!”
“This was an outstanding meal. Lizbeth our server was awesome. She was very knowledgeable about the menu. The food was very unique and tasted great. Pricing is a...”
“This was an outstanding meal. Lizbeth our server was awesome. She was very knowledgeable about the menu. The food was very unique and tasted great. Pricing is a great value even without a coupon.”
“Excellent food and service!”