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Strolling through Houston’s City Center you will come across an array of boutiques, hotels, entertainment choices and delicious cuisines from around the world. Your view from the court side of Hotel Sorella may give you a great birds eye view of your choices before you make your way down to explore.
Cross the courtyard and embark upon Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen. Make sure you make reservations or else you may have up to a 2-hour wait to enjoy this delectable cuisine. Perfect for the whole family, there is seating around the bar, at traditional dining tables and even seating on an upper level overlooking the main dining area.
Peruse through the menu to make your selections for the evening starting with your appetizers leading into your main course and leaving enough space in your bellies to enjoy dessert.
Here is a sampling of the menu options you can enjoy at Houston’s Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen:
Cyclone Anaya’s chicken nachos are accompanied with jalapeno peppers to spice them up, sour cream, some guacamole and fresh chunky salsa to enhance the already delicious taste.
The ceviche is beyond delicious with its generous chunks of seafood, red onions, bell peppers and tomatoes to melt your taste buds.
Scoop your ceviche from the dish with these exquisite plantain chips.
After your appetizers, take a spoonful or two of any of their scrumptious soups. Better yet, consume the entire bowl because after one bite you will not be able to put the spoon down.
Keep dinner lite with salmon, a side of summer vegetables and yellow rice.
And save the best for last, with a trifecta of dessert delights – cheesecake, chocolate cake and vanilla cake to meet the taste requirements of the entire table.
Make sure to visit Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen the next time you are in Houston’s City Center. Visit their site – www.cycloneanaya.com/