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Tag. You're It Houston

Tag. You're It Houston

September 25, 2019 by

Robin Barr Sussman Robin Barr Sussman

We asked Houston’s top chefs who else in town is cooking up inspired cuisine. And the list goes on.

Chef Ryan Lachaine, Riel:

Which chef in Houston is inspiring you right now?

“Martin Stayer at Nobie's. He's a great chef, and his menu is constantly evolving with nightly specials and seasonal tweaks.”

Chef Manabu Horiuchi “HORI,”:

KATA ROBATA Is there a Houston chef you admire? “Chef Chris Shepherd (underbellyhospitality.com). He is always doing something new, from Underbelly to UB Preserv, his One-Fifth concept and more. He is constantly evolving.

Chef Martin Stayer, NOBIE'S:

What's the best meal you've ever had in Houston? “Kata Robata (katarobata.com) in Upper Kirby is my favorite place and has consistently provided the best meal in Houston. I highly respect chef ‘Hori,' and he has been very supportive of me too.”

Chef Chris Sheperd, Hospitality:

What Houston restaurant opening are you excited about? “Everything that Goodnight Hospitality (goodnighthospitality.com) is opening this year. I can't wait to see Rosie Cannonball, March and the Wine & Cheese Shop, and what they have in store for our neighborhood!”

Chef Nick Wong, UB Preserve:

Your favorite “night off” place to go in Houston? “Theodore Rex (trexhouston.com) and Anvil (anvilhouston.com). My go-to drink at Anvil is a highball or a Jungle Bird if I'm feeling festive.”

Chef Felipe Riccio, Goodnight Hospitality:

Do you have a Houston chef hero at the moment? “Nick Wong (ubpreserv.com). He took the challenge of continuing the Underbelly legacy head-on and has done a great job. Plus, he always has a smile on his face. I love having him as a neighbor—he makes my day better every time I see him.”













Tag. You're It Houston

September 25, 2019 by Robin Barr Sussman

We asked Houston’s top chefs who else in town is cooking up inspired cuisine. And the list goes on.

Chef Ryan Lachaine, Riel:

Which chef in Houston is inspiring you right now?

“Martin Stayer at Nobie's. He's a great chef, and his menu is constantly evolving with nightly specials and seasonal tweaks.”

Chef Manabu Horiuchi “HORI,”:

KATA ROBATA Is there a Houston chef you admire? “Chef Chris Shepherd (underbellyhospitality.com). He is always doing something new, from Underbelly to UB Preserv, his One-Fifth concept and more. He is constantly evolving.

Chef Martin Stayer, NOBIE'S:

What's the best meal you've ever had in Houston? “Kata Robata (katarobata.com) in Upper Kirby is my favorite place and has consistently provided the best meal in Houston. I highly respect chef ‘Hori,' and he has been very supportive of me too.”

Chef Chris Sheperd, Hospitality:

What Houston restaurant opening are you excited about? “Everything that Goodnight Hospitality (goodnighthospitality.com) is opening this year. I can't wait to see Rosie Cannonball, March and the Wine & Cheese Shop, and what they have in store for our neighborhood!”

Chef Nick Wong, UB Preserve:

Your favorite “night off” place to go in Houston? “Theodore Rex (trexhouston.com) and Anvil (anvilhouston.com). My go-to drink at Anvil is a highball or a Jungle Bird if I'm feeling festive.”

Chef Felipe Riccio, Goodnight Hospitality:

Do you have a Houston chef hero at the moment? “Nick Wong (ubpreserv.com). He took the challenge of continuing the Underbelly legacy head-on and has done a great job. Plus, he always has a smile on his face. I love having him as a neighbor—he makes my day better every time I see him.”