902 South 8th Street
La Porte, TX 77571
Phone: (281) 842-9200
Fax: (281) 471-5555
Baytown Cafe is a small establishment which is half-hidden behind another shop. The cafe serves a range of delicious Mexican dishes at very pocket-friendly prices.
Someburger is a classic American burger joint without any unnecessary embellishments. Come and watch the cooks whip up a hearty meal in the kitchen, which can be seen from the dining area. Besides burgers, enjoy fries and other delicious sides.
Sav-Fer Da Flavor is a seafood joint which follows Cajun and Creole styles of cooking. You could dine at the lively restaurant or opt for take-out.
Relax and enjoy seafood specialties at the Aquarium restaurant. The walls and staircases are aquariums filled with fascinating species of marine life that are certain to catch your fancy. Outdoor seating is available in fair weather, and live entertainment plays on weekends. Menu prices are not too heavy on the pocket, with everything from seafood to pastas and salads to indulge in. Accompany these delicious meals with an 'aqua martini' for a satiating experience.
Snowflake Donuts & Bakery has been selling delicious baked goods since its establishment in the year 1946. Try out some of their time-tested sweet and savory baked goodies.
Napoli is an Italian restaurant giving you an Italian treat. The ambiance of the restaurant will transport you all the way to Italy and right to the city of Napoli. The interiors of the restaurant has been done up in a way that allows you to experience what the city is like. Some of the dishes to try here are Veal Cutlet Parmigiana, the Baked Ziti and the Tortellini Marinara.
Overlooking Houston's Ship Channel, the Monument Inn Restaurant has been a popular choice for parties, receptions, company meetings and private dining since its inception in 1974. Near the Lynchburg Ferry, San Jacinto Monument, and Battleship Texas, the restaurant combines history and seafood to capture its unique nautical atmosphere. Guests may order the fresh catch of the day blackened, broiled, stuffed or fried. Shrimp, oysters, crawfish Etouffee and Cajun popcorn shrimp round out the seafood menu, while chicken and steak provide more traditional dining choices.
Antonio's Italian Grill & Seafood, located on Baker Road, has been offering a range of traditional Italian dishes and delicious pizza for more than three decades. The restaurant also has a bring-your-own-bottle policy on alcohol.
Like most Asian restaurants in Houston, the atmosphere is friendly and casual at the China Star Vietnamese Restaurant. If you happen to be in the Clear Lake area, this is a great spot to grab a bite with family or friends when you need a break from the tourist attractions. The menu consists of an assortment of Chinese and Vietnamese specialties in a moderate price range. The lemon grass chicken is a diner favorite that is definitely worth sampling.
Nara Thai serves not only Thai food but also a range of sushi and seafood options. Made from scratch and with fresh ingredients, a meal at this restaurant is always satisfying.
Although called Cuisine India, this restaurant, situated a stone's throw away from the NASA Johnson Space Center, does not limit itself to Indian food; instead, Nepalese cuisine is also incorporated into the menu. With plenty of vegetarian and non-vegetarian offerings, this restaurant has something for everyone. Chicken malai kebab, Nepalese achari fish and tandoori shrimp are a few of the house specialties, dishes you must not miss out on. Complements like raita and papadum enhance any meal you may be having. Desserts and drinks like kheer and lassi complete your Indo-Nepalese meal.
China Spice, as is obvious from the name, is a Chinese restaurant which serves classic favorites. Try out General Tso's chicken, shrimp fried rice, Kung Pao chicken and more. The service is swift and friendly, making your dining experience here a smooth one.