Caracol Restaurant

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#72 of 25353 places to eat in Houston
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Mexican, Seafood, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: $31-60
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2200 Post Oak Blvd #160
Houston, Texas, USA
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After enjoying Ice at the Galleria, visit this restaurant which is not far away. Try Mexican cuisine here. The cooks here prepare good fried oysters, escargots and scallop ceviche. Here visitors can delve deep into delicious dishes, and degust perfectly cooked coconut flans, chocolate custard and chocolate ice cream. Come to Caracol Restaurant for delicious tequila, red sangria or margaritas. It is nice to enjoy great hot chocolate, chocolate frappe or lime juice.

Invite your girlfriend to this place with a romantic atmosphere and live music. A number of reviewers consider the staff patient. This spot is remarkable for its fabulous service. Prices here are reported to be attractive. According to the guests' opinions, the decor is divine. Zomato users rated this restaurant and assigned it 4 according to its scale.

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Fantastic. I was here Friday night with my husband and another couple.  I am going to start off why I didn't review this as 5 stars right off the bat. The menu, although primarily in English, the headings and titles were in Spanish. Luckily, our friends spoke Spanish and could advise where the appetizers, drinks and mains were located. Now to the food and drinks. The drinks were great.  Tequila based for a Mexican restaurant. The wine lost was a little lacking. Again, I am a wine snob. There were some very high end bottles but not as much in the $75-150 range that I felt confident in The food was bright and fresh. Ceviche was great and my sea bass in banana leaf was fantastic. All in all a great meal. I would certainly go back but wouldn't be my #1 pick
This is a modern mexican restaurant, always busy and waiters will take a bit to get to you but the food is worth the wait.  MThey also have exotic dishes and drinks. Happy hour has an ample menu but don't expect big portions. Overall it was nice.
Not your typical Mexican Restaurant. If you love seafood, catered in Hispanic salsa's, and multi versatile ingredients they use from the coast, you're not disappointed here. I went here with some friends for the brunch buffet (Which I think happens only on Weekends, Call them to check before going). Yeah, you pay a hefty price equivalent to Brazilian steakhouse price. But we are talking about food that's meant for the upper elite of Spain. The employees watching you like a hawk towards your needs. - Enchiladas fish or shrimp cooked with savoring sweet and tangy taste (I want to horde the whole tray) - Tamales, x3 different flavorable types. - Egg dishes such as chilaquiles with eggs, seasoned and cooked like it was floating on clouds. - Migas of different variety. - Tostadas made with a crisp crunch. - Oysters top with well made pico de gallo. - Scallops in a cup, like you're eating at sea. - Vegetables seasoned that will make kids that hate vegetables love vegetables. Overall the main course version of the brunch buffet. Really superb. The only part that was lacking to me was the dessert. They put a lot of emphasis and energy on there main courses and dishes. The dessert is very general, doesn't really put a wow effect on me. Maybe because I was full from the main dishes. I don't hate the desserts. Just eating the desserts made me not care about it. They had chocolate. I like chocolate, but really didn't care about it. I was overall satisfied with this restaurant.
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2200 Post Oak Blvd #160, Houston, Texas, USA
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted Wi-Fi Booking Wheelchair accessible Takeaway Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:00-21:00
MondayMon 11:00-22:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-22:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-22:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-22:00
FridayFri 11:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-23:00

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