Sunday brunch at Toulouse is a memorable experience. Sit on the patio, enjoy some amazing food and watch the traffic on the Katy Trail. It's a wonderful place for dinner also.
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Recently came here on a SATURDAY night around 10:45, walked into the bar to grab some cocktails and was confronted by a rude employee (I wouldn't have known given how disheveled he was) who said the restaurant was closed (midnight is the closing time on...More
If you can not be in Paris, France...try this Dallas, Texas bistro....so, so good. Start with a French 75 cocktail...continue with some mussels and frites...French onion soup...quiche with salad...finish with tarte tatin. We like to go with others so we can share and taste more...More
Miguel at the bar was so kind and wonderful. He helped take care us with drinks and a wonderful brunch. I enjoyed the onion soup and the short ribs bourguignon; both were rich and delicious. My dining companions enjoyed their meals as well. We were...More
For over 40 years Alberto has opened traditional as well as new concept restaurants, most of which have been highly successful. Many of his staff has been with him most of those years and know how what he expects and to please the customer. The...More
At the small bar. Looking out toward the street side patio, this bar is virtually under used. It's a comfortable resting spot with a flat screen high in the corner(not in your face). Bar tender knows how to throw a tasty cosmo or perfect martini....More
Dog friendly seating in street side dining area. Service was efficient and attentive, despite restaurant being packed. Mussels large and juicy, with choice of three preparations. Chicken and trout both good. My only problem with this restaurant is the overwhelming noise. My partner and I...More
The place is framed gby a french atmosphere that not only is present in their menu options, but also in the air. L Entrecotte is great, as well as thieir traditional pomme frittes. Shrimp salad is amazing. Ask for outdoor seating!