Hello, Houston! I'm hungry, how about you? :-D
It's been over 3 years since I last wrote a post in a series I called "Dining Out With Mad". In August I shared an entertaining story about a dining experience at a fancy Hollywood establishment, in 2002, that didn't last all that long after my visit during its opening weeks. :-D
So, Houston, it's your turn, now...Think you're up to having me chow down in your fine dining venues? :-D
I hadn’t planned on writing a review of anything experienced in Houston, for a while, much less spend so much money on a meal so soon, but my friend BJ told me, Sunday, about a Bosnian Café she recommended, and urged me to “have a Potato Burek for me!”.
Bosnia, being part of the former Yugoslavia, just as the homeland of my Father, Macedonia had been, how could I resist? And the place is within walking distance of where I live! :-D
Memories of the legendary Greek restaurant, Yanni’s, that my parents loved in the Claremont, Ca. of the 50’s (When they were courting) & 60’s (when I was a child), and was still run by the old man’s son when I last ate there over a decade ago, came back, as did the taste and smell of my Mom’s Stuffed Peppers.
Café Pita+ is located on Westheimer, at Walnut Bend, in the Westchase District of Houston.