A Favorite - especially to brings friends from out of town. Love the setting...great food...so nice to bring out of town guests to enjoy atmosphere and can usually count on the consistent quality...but please bring back the spicy sauce for the crab cakes...I'm sad it has changed...
Great food & atmosphere, but unbelievable wine prices.... I live in Houston and stumbled onto this place a few years ago w/ some friends while on a weekend NB trip. I was talking to some locals at the coffee shop and told them that I was looking for a cool local place that had great local food and a good wine list...since my friends and I are into really into wine, the wine list was actually the most important aspect of the restaurant for us. They all recommended Huisache. In short, the atmosphere is very inviting and casual, service is friendly, and the food is awesome. But, what gets overlooked is the wine selections and most of all the wine prices. Coming from Houston and having the extremely inflated wine prices be an eveyrday occurance, we found this list to be a very welcome surprise. In all of my dining, I have never seen prices this low. A must visit for anyone who likes local fresh food, relaxed environment, and kiiller wine prices...
TO DIE FOR. best everything all around!!!!!! delicious scrumptious food!!!
Favorite Place to take out of towners!. Love this jewel in NB!!!! I have tried much of thier menu & even more of thier wine list & I have always left full & happy!!!!
Delicious food, great service, relaxing atmosphere!. We've been dining at Huisache Grill for years and I have to say that, after an informal poll of our circle of friends (all foodies), we have never had one bad meal or experience at this restaurant. The menu is interesting, food is creative, fresh, very delicious and beautifully presented! Full bar, lots of room, friendly staff, charming Texas style atmosphere. Check this place out! You are in for a treat! Definitely one of our favorites!
Restaurant lies about Redfish. If you order the Redfish, you're going to get Tilapia; at least that's what happened to me. I worked in a seafood market for almost 4 years so I can tell the two apart easily. I asked the waitress to check on it and she said, "Well the box in the freezer said Redfish, but my manager offered to take 25% off the bill." The restaurant may be getting lied to by the supplier, but any chef worth a darn would know the difference and speak up about it, rather than server to guests. I recommend boycotting any restaurant intentionally deceiving customers like this.
Driving down the main road in downtown New Braunfels, you would pass-by it and not even know that there is a great little resturant off the path and next to an active railroad track!
Huisache is one amazing place to eat. Small, fairly quiet at times, great service and the food selection and taste is excellent.
I highly recommend this for any couple that wants to get away from the normal resturant.
Oh yeah, when we ate there last, a locomotive went through and the fire house had to respond to an emergency.
Other than those two interuptions - - you will never forget it and would want to return.
One of the best places in NB to eat. First off i have to say i have eaten here many times and NEVER had a bad meal or bad service. Some how the food gets better each time I go. well, worth the money and is a great place to bring out of town guests
User review by forgetfulfancy. The restaurant has a good selection of wine and beer, but the food is only slightly above mediocre and a bit overpriced. In the booth we sat at there were tortilla chip crumbs on my seat, a few on the table and on the floor, otherwise, the ambiance was good.
This restaurant named after a tree planted at the entrance features New American cuisine served in a casual setting..
The relaxed setting and early Texas architecture create a comfortable atmosphere. Decor features artwork from local and regional artists. One of the most popular menu items at this eclectic downtown eatery remains the mixed grill--semi-boneless quail, seared duck breast slices, beef tenderloin kabobs and wild boar sausage in a special sauce served with roasted new potatoes and vegetables. The tasty Seattle-style salmon is baked in parchment paper with parmesan, tomato, green onion and white wine.
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