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Houston is known as the world capital for space exploration. But there’s another thing that’s worth exploring in this city – food. Did you know Houston has more than 11,000 restaurants? Thinking where to start or which foods to try. Don’t worry sit back, relax and read the ultimate guide:

 

1. Say hello to Fajitas 

When in Houston, you’ve got to try the Tex-Mex cuisine, which has its influences from Mexico with an American Twist. Fajita is grilled meat cut into thin pieces, which are served along with a dash of rice, beans, salsa and guacamole dip. It’s finger looking good.

 

2. What the Pho 

You’ll be surprised that a large number of people from Vietnam have settled in Houston, thanks to its warmer climate and terrain. Due to this, the dish – Pho has become a hit and mainstream in the Houston ethos. Just walk into the Chinatown market of Houston and get your hands on the Pho. It’s nothing but a delicious soup served with meats, veggies, broth and special oriental spices, which adds zest and flavor to your food.

 

3. Cool Kolache 

 Kolache is a Czech pastry and one of Texas’ main go-to breakfast foods. What makes it a great snack is its flexibility. The pastry can be filled with practically anything, fruits, cream, cheese and even meats. Plus, it can be eaten on the go and is not too heavy on the tummy. Just a great way to start your day.

 

4. Try some brisket business 

Briskets are very popular in Houston and the entire state of Texas. The cuts and the barbeque flavor is what makes this a must-try in Houston. Don’t forget to dip a little of that tomato-based sauce served along to up your palate experience.

 

5. Divinely Shipley

You can’t visit Houston without digging your hands on to one of those warm, mouth-melting and divine donuts of Shipley. It’s not just the taste, the donut chain has a legacy having started in 1936. That’s more than 80 years of sweetness.

 

6. Queue up for the Pork Barbeque   

Houston and barbeque go hand-in-hand. It’s what makes this a great place for grilled food. Plus, the fresh barbeque sauce topped on top of the meat makes a great combo.

 

7. Eat Gyros like a Greek God 

Houston is a multi-ethnic and cultural city, which only means various foods from all over the world. Gyros, a popular Greek snack is something you have to try in Houston as there are multiple versions served.

 

8. Cajun it 

When in Texas enjoy the Cajun cuisine with a Texas twist. Some fried chicken with the holy trinity of the Cajun cuisine that is celery, capsicum and onions. It’s yummy for your tummy.

 

9. Chicken Fried Steak 

For all those who do not enjoy the grills and thrills, try some good old deep-fried chicken steak for that oozing oil with the mouth melting chicken.

 

10. The fusion of cultures and foods 

You can mix and match foods at Houston. You’ll get the best of all worlds and spices at the amazing food trucks, sprinkled all over the town. 

 

Want to slurp it too at Houston?

Then book your next flight with LatinoFare, which offers the cheapest air tickets and travel offers so that you can enjoy every minute and food of Houston. 

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