We held an event here for the United Nations Association. We had about 35 people in the private room, the staff was extremely helpful with the setup and the food was delicious. We really appreciated how the staff was very friendly and accommodating even when the room had filled up and our presenter was speaking. The space got quite tight at times, but overall this is a great spot to hold a private event. I'd recommend staying under 30 people.
1. Peli Peli
Kind of pricey but the food is unbeatable. Very unique flavors unlike any other restaurant. We didn't find anything we didn't like. Try any of the appetizers and the "Taste of South Africa"!
We held an event here for the United Nations Association. We had about 35 people in the private room, the staff was extremely helpful with the setup and the food was delicious. We really appreciated how the staff was very friendly and accommodating even when the room had filled up and our pres…
711 Main StHouston, TX 77002
From Business: Los Angeles transplant Chef Seth Greenburg and Capetown native Chef de Cuisine Ivan Giani offer a menu of contemporary American creations based upon South Africa's melting pot of African, European, and Asian cultures. Their modern, sophisticated take on South African food appeals to American tastes with starters including …
4. Suya Hut
I went there on a weekday with a group of friends. The place is quaint and small with only 4 tables. Among the dishes that were tried, the chicken suya with the jollof rice and fried plantains was a favorite. It was very tasty and somewhat spicy. The beef suya was a tad on the dry side. Someone …
Blue Nile set up is good and they have good customer service but the food and the price is ridiculous. I am Ethiopian, I have eaten in Blue Nile while back several times and the quality of the food actually have gotten much worst than it used to be I will say may be from 4-6yrs ago. For those who are not Ethiopian/Eritreans it's hard to know if this is the best food unless you have tried the food somewhere else to base on the differences. I was so disappointed last night - the injera which is the flat bread you eat the food with was at least a couple of days old, the food was cold and not as tasty as it used to be.