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Brenner's Steakhouse in Houston, Texas

 
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Elza's pictureby Elza Food travel tip
added on the 11th of September, 2010
Well it is definitely not for vegetarians... :) Brenner's is an award winning steakhouse, as you may know, but I was not so very amazed.

Food was good, indeed, although we went with some friends and the stake of some was overcooked. I was quite pleased with my medium rare bone in ribeye. I had mousse cake for a desert, which was also good.

Service was a little slow and waiters weren't particularly nice. However, I liked the decoration. It is really nice somehow between cozy and elegant. The garden they have outside the restaurant is beautiful, I loved that, I think after all, the garden was the best thing about Brenner's.

Address:
Brenner's is on 10911 Katy Freeway
in Houston

Price:
A little higher than average.

On the web:
http://www.brennerssteakhouse.com/

 
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