Houston, TX

This Restaurant Was Ranked the Best New Restaurant in Texas

Ash Jurberg

Texas Taste Sensation: This Restaurant Secures Top Honors as the State's Best New Dining Spot

For the first time, Yelp has released a list of the year’s Best New Restaurants, and it was great news for one restaurant in Houston, which was rated the best new restaurant in Texas and the 14th best in the United States.

The list was compiled by "identifying full-service businesses in the restaurant category, which opened after January 1, 2022, then ranked those spots using a number of factors, including the total volume and ratings of reviews, between January 1, 2022, and August 7, 2023."

Based on the criteria above, Money Cat was judged the best new restaurant in Texas. It was the only restaurant in Texas to make the Top 25 list.

The report states:

"This laid-back restaurant features modern Japanese fare, including Honey Vanilla Milk Buns (served hot with cultured compound butter and smoked trout roe), Chutoro Toast (burnt honey cream cheese and cured bluefin on squid-ink milk bread), and sweet and savory Katsu Sando (fried-chicken sandwich with Japanese tartar sauce and tamari caramel).”

Money Cat

Sunday -Thursday: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday and Saturday: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

2925 Richmond Ave Ste 140 Houston, TX 77098

Your thoughts

Have you been to this restaurant? Are you surprised it was ranked the best new restaurant in Texas? Should more Texas restaurants have made the list? What is the best new restaurant you went to in 2023?

Please leave your thoughts in the comments section below and share this article with others so more people can join the discussion.

To keep up with all the latest business and lifestyle developments in Texas and the United States, please click on the follow button!


This is original content from NewsBreak’s Creator Program. Join today to publish and share your own content.

Comments / 8

Published by

Check out my latest bestselling book

San Antonio, TX
136K followers

More from Ash Jurberg

Comments / 0