Diners can choose and eat any cuisine a restaurant offers, just as kings can choose and eat any island an atlas offers. Enjoy delicious power with today’s Groupon to Fuad’s Restaurant Houston. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of continental American lunch fare.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of continental American dinner fare.<p>
Fuad’s Restaurant Houston’s chefs eschew a menu to cook continental cuisine to order, personalizing plates to each diner’s appetite, and the kitchen staff has done so since America’s bicentennial. Each day, the restaurant sears four to five types of fish and sizzles various entrees each night, with past appearances by rack of lamb ($39), steak au poivre ($36), and chicken ($19.50). Lunch options normally frolic in a price field of $12.50–$25. Live piano performances staged Tuesday–Saturday entertain hungry ears more effectively than a pterodactyl screeching to the tune of “My Heart Will Go On,” and guests sip various flavors from an extensive wine list, though alcohol is not covered by this Groupon.
An air of mystery, scented with garlic and herbs, fills Fuad's Restaurant, where head chef Joseph conjures recipes that are never listed on a menu. Instead, diners simply request the dishes they desire, such as Fuad's house specialties of lamb and duck, or recipes such as stuffed chicken breasts and fish fillets topped with crabmeat. Beneath twinkling chandeliers, Brenda, the head bartender, shakes cocktails or plumbs the vast wine cellar for bottles to match any entrée or diner's outfit—so long as that outfit is red, white, or aged in a barrel.