Pan y Agua

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Great location is the best thing about Pan y Agua. They have a great selection of authentic South American food. I most always get the special of the day. Nice service too.

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Great location is the best thing about Pan y Agua. They have a great selection of authentic South American food. I most always get the special of the day. Nice service too.

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This place is closed! Not sure why but I'd like to know if there are plans to reopen? Heard it was a good place.

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★★★★★

This place is closed! Not sure why but I'd like to know if there are plans to reopen? Heard it was a good place.

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A group of us went to Pan Y Agua in late October and had a very positive experience. Our waiter was excellent. We had skirt steak with chimichurri sauce, chicken mole, and a salmon dish and all were quite good. I highly recommend the

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A group of us went to Pan Y Agua in late October and had a very positive experience. Our waiter was excellent. We had skirt steak with chimichurri sauce, chicken mole, and a salmon dish and all were quite good. I highly recommend the

Pros: ambience, good parking in back, Mexico City style Margaritas

Cons: Do not park in front on Westheimer

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My husband and I had a very pleasant experience at Pan y Agua. We went there on a Friday night, and the place was packed. We ordered the tuna crudo, and the tortilla soup for starters, and both were amazing. Seafood enchiladas were not

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★★★★★

My husband and I had a very pleasant experience at Pan y Agua. We went there on a Friday night, and the place was packed. We ordered the tuna crudo, and the tortilla soup for starters, and both were amazing. Seafood enchiladas were not

Pros: atmosphere, service, menu items

Cons: noise, dessert

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Stop, Wait, Don?t ?This is what I would say to anyone that is thinking of trying this ?Latin Grill? After reading the reviews on city search I reluctantly agreed to give it a go and Wow was I disappointed. When we at 7:30 on a week

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★★★★★

Stop, Wait, Don?t ?This is what I would say to anyone that is thinking of trying this ?Latin Grill? After reading the reviews on city search I reluctantly agreed to give it a go and Wow was I disappointed. When we at 7:30 on a week

Pros: It was quite (because there was no one else there) there was also ample parking and not a valet in sight

Cons: It?s a tie between the bad food and the bad service.

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After passing by this restaurant multiple times, I just had to try it. This was one of the worst dining experiences I've ever had! The hostess was rude and the food was terrible. For appetizer we ordered the queso with chorizo (good but

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★★★★★

After passing by this restaurant multiple times, I just had to try it. This was one of the worst dining experiences I've ever had! The hostess was rude and the food was terrible. For appetizer we ordered the queso with chorizo (good but

Pros: The parking wasn't as bad as we thought it would be.

Cons: Everything about this place was a con.

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I was excited to try the new restaurant--i'll give you a few gleanings from my experience. My wife and I walked in at about 545 PM on a Friday before the rush hit...when we walked in, there were literally only two people eating in the

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★★★★★

I was excited to try the new restaurant--i'll give you a few gleanings from my experience. My wife and I walked in at about 545 PM on a Friday before the rush hit...when we walked in, there were literally only two people eating in the

Pros: Good ambience, good food

Cons: snobby service.

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Once again Houston is served up a plate of "Gringo" Mexican food in a fancy venue to justify a bigger tab. It may appeal to the "Chuyified" palate of a River Oaks resident's spice averse palate --- but not to someone who likes real

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Once again Houston is served up a plate of "Gringo" Mexican food in a fancy venue to justify a bigger tab. It may appeal to the "Chuyified" palate of a River Oaks resident's spice averse palate --- but not to someone who likes real

Pros: Charming venue

Cons: Poor food

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The restaurateurs behind Palazzo's believe there's another way to experience traditional Mexican fare without resorting to the common Tex-Mex traps; you won't find any chips and salsa at this white tablecloth eatery. Relaxed business…

 

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