Sabine River Café Restaurant in Houston, Texas: Louisiana Meets Texas

Sabine River Café is a restaurant that blends the taste of Louisiana with Texas making it very unique and the name comes exactly from the five hundred fifty five mile river that divides the two states even though they are neighbors. The place won immediately a lot of different awards like the 2009 Best Breakfast Award from the Houston Press and from Customer First as well.

The restaurant opened in 2009 at 10001 Westheimer Road near the Westchase area and the hours of operations are Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  And the service is average they could improve a tad bit but is not lousy that leaves a bitter taste in your mouth, plus they have an open kitchen which is cool and the prices are extremely reasonable.

Sabine River Café inside is very spacious and has plenty of sunlight so that you actually feel the ambiance of the fusion of Texas and Louisiana and how should we call it Louis-Tex? Who knows?

Since their breakfast or brunch has won awards let’s start with that, the brunch is served on Sunday from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.

For brunch one of the customer’s favorite plate is the crabmeat Benedict which is crabmeat with on top two poached eggs and a buttermilk biscuit topped with chipotle hollandaise and skillet potatoes for $10.99, but you can also order the “all Cajun breakfast” which has an Andouille smoked sausage with two eggs any style, skillet potatoes and a beignet for $7.49, or the “all Texas breakfast” which includes two eggs any style, a slice of pepper bacon, a patty sausage and a biscuit served with skillet potatoes for $6.49.

If you like sweet breakfast then go with the crème brule lost bread which is bread pudding custard topped with powdered sugar and drizzled with honey for $6.99, or the Pecan Waffle which are waffles full of pecans and shaped like the state of Texas and topped with creamy butter and chopped pecans for $4.99, or just the beignets with your coffee for $3.99.

Their desserts however are huge and this is not an exaggeration at all, you could bring them home and feed at least three people! You can get the four layer chocolate cake for $5.99, the blackberry cobbler or even the pecan pie for $4.99.

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