TABLE on Post Oak

Row 1

1800 Post Oak Blvd Ste 6110
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 439-1000
New American, American
$ $
Mon–Thu: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Fri: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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  • It was great!!! Great desserts and food!!!!!
  • 2012 Best of Houston Winner: Best Sommelier- Vanessa Trevio-Boyd. Check out more Houston Press Winners here: Or go moblie with the free Best Of app.
  • The marriage of France + Texas produces what chef Philippe Schmit is now nicknamed: The French Cowboy: tuna tartare with tequila, the Texas Caesar & more. A very good sommelier, too. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Tuna tartare w/ tequila tastes like some classic Tex-Mex dish. Burgundy beef cheeks looks like beef bourguignon, but taste like a juicy barbecue brisket? High-end French cuisine with Texas flavors.
  • The beet salad with spinach, blue cheese, and avocado dressing arrived perky fresh with an alluring presentation.
  • Try the Duck Confit Tamales - Spicy!
  • Best people-watching
  • $5 for valet parking, and then they're expectant of a tip. Most Houston restaurants, valet is free. But once you're inside, try the Blessing. Delicious!!
  • If you are a fan of oysters the baked oysters were probably the best i've had in a long time. The ponzu crab, prime filet mignon, spinach ricotta ravioli and poblano mac & cheese are also amazing!
  • The foie gras, free range chicken and burgundy beed are all super tender and delicious!
  • The 3 course $20 lunch special was excellent, the service was good--the chef even came by to check in on us. Definitely want to come back for dinner.
  • 2011 Best of Houston Winner: Best People-Watching. Check out more Houston Press Best of Houston Winners here: Or go mobile with the free Best Of app.
  • The service is slow. It took more than an hour for our food to come.
  • If you have a large party, make sure you don't have Oscar wait on you. He's very rude!
  • The French Onion soup is to die for....
  • The spring pea ravioli is very good! And vegetarian too!
  • Try the chocolate Dr. Pepper cake and the croignets (cross between a croissant & beignet) both are delish!
  • The eponymous Philippe belongs to one of Houston's most enduringly popular chefs, the French-born Philippe Schmit, who chose the glitzy Galleria area for his upscale French-esque brasserie.
  • Don't miss:Goat-cheese wraps with salad of pear, hazelnut, arugula and fennel; foie gras "po-boy"; Lamb Rack & Navarin; Grand Marnier Crepe Souffl. Look up at the ceiling of the main dining room.
  • La Sandia Cocktail