It’s no secret, seafood shines at Masraff’s in Uptown. Chef Dominic Juarez and his team receive fresh shipments flown in daily from all over! One of his all-time favorites is the Hapuka they’re currently offering, or as it’s known by Haiwaiians: Fish From The Gods. This fish is incredible…
Everything that fine dining should – that’s what you can expect from Masraff’s on the boulevard. It’s just one of many terrific spots for eats come Houston’s annual month of munching, aptly dubbed ‘Restaurant Weeks’.
You’re looking at the one and only place to find this delicious seafood trifecta – that’s Masraff’s on the Boulevard. Just ask Chef Dominic for the the Scallop & French Foie Gras Trio…he’ll know exactly what you mean! Pan-seared Alaskan halibut rounds out this mix that’s surprisingly simple to throw together.
The fabulous Masraff’s on Post Oak Boulevard in Uptown is practically a seafood sanctuary. They’re known for having some of the best around! The sacrificial season of Lent provides those who practice the opportunity for a taste-testing frenzy! Take this dish that combines some of my favorite elements- their Herb Seared Lemon Sole over an incredibly tasty wild mushroom risotto…just splendid!
How about this halibut! Chef Dominic of the esteemed Masraff’s on the Boulevard is a culinary artist and shows you how to do the same from the comfort of home.
There are some restaurants that just make you go “WOW!” each and every time you’re there. From its spacious interior to its pristine patio and soothing wall of water, Masraff’s on the Boulevard is definitely that place. Not to mention, of course, their classical cuisine.
Known for its intimate dining atmosphere, Masraff’s on the boulevard is never one to disappoint! Resident Chef Dominic previews the ‘it’ item of the moment on their menu, the Ono Wahoo.