Chowhound Presents: Table Talk with Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh of Sweet: Desserts from London's Ottolenghi | Ask Your Questions Now ›

Restaurants & Bars

Texas College Station

ATTN: Stewart - Family you met in College Station


Restaurants & Bars 2

ATTN: Stewart - Family you met in College Station

Par38lamp | Dec 19, 2004 08:07 PM


It was a pleasure meeting you and your family at Thomas park on 19th of December. I hope your visit to Rockfish was tasty. I really enjoy their fish tacos.

I have included the link I mentioned, Aggieland Menus, for your help. There was another review website, but all the Googling doesn't help find it...

As for favorites, here are some I would like to share:

Chicken fried steak - Longhorn Tavern @ Texas and HW 21

Hamburger - Koppe Bridge bar on Welborn road, just south of 2818. Fitzwilly's and Chicken Oil are pretty good, too.

Gourmet - Christopher's World Grill

Really the only "gourmet" place in town. $$$

Fish Tacos - Rockfish grill, although La Bodega in Northgate is OK. A co-worker loves Rockfish's Caesar salad with grilled salmon.

Steak - I have heard good things about Sodolack's beefmasters on 3500 HWY 21 East, Bryan. They have another place in Snook, Tx, called Sodolack's Country Inn. Locals seem to love it. For chains, Texas Roadhouse beats Outback hands down for sirloin.

Cafe Excel in Northgate was good the last time I ate there for upscale American food. Somewhat pricy, but good service. If I remember, they had a large wine list, too.

Cafe Capri is Italian in downtown Bryan that is pretty good.

Thai Taste is tasty, albeit small and expensive portions. Nipa Hot is the Thai place I was telling you about. Slow and spotty service, but the food is good.

Pizza - Mr. G's in Downtown Bryan. Made using a bakers oven, not on a conveyor.

Cheap beer - Dudley's Draw, Northgate. Good roast beef sandwiches, too.

We have all the chain restaurants you can think of in this town. No real good "foodie" places. And I didn't list any places with good light fare.

For Mexican, there is a Ninfa's, but it doesn't hold a candle to Mama Nifa's on Navigation (in Houston). Gina's in Downtown Bryan was pretty good last two times I was there.

Another link to Bryan/College Station food:


Seems to echo my thoughts.



Want to stay up to date with this post?

Recommended From Chowhound