Reviewing Baba Yega Restaurant in Houston, Texas

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Baba Yega’s restaurant is located at 2607 Grant Street in the heart of the Montrose area and the hours of operations of the restaurant are Monday through Thursday from 10:0 A.M to 9:30 P.M, Friday and Saturday from 10:00 A.M to 10:30 P.M and Sunday from 10:00 A.M to 9:00 P.M where they  serve Sunday Brunch. The restaurant is inside of one of those historical looking houses that you see in Montrose and it has been doing business since 1975, over 30 years, so it brings the restaurant an eclectic and artsy feel to it, and it also has a small patio outside and a private room known as the Jasmine room in which you can host a small private party. The Jasmine room is complete with landscaped garden complete with a waterfall and a Japanese Koi pond.

The name of the restaurant holds an interesting story to it, Baba Yega is a witch in the Slavic myths and she is said to look like a small, ugly old woman with a huge nose, long teeth and scruffy hair and is a cannibal demon.

For your appetizers you can order their shrimp Mojo de Ajo which is sautéed in white wine, butter and garlic, served with a multigrain baguette, or the ceviche which is fresh seafood marinated in a blend of citrus juices with avocado, tomato and tortilla chips for $8.95, or the Brie and Feta dish which is Brie, Feta, roasted garlic, seasonal fruit and walnuts served with a multigrain baguette for $10.50.

For their burger and sandwich entrée you can order a Delight which is thinly sliced steak sautéed with onions and red bell peppers served on a multigrain baguette, the Fantasy which is avocado, ham, melted provolone cheese, tomato and mayonnaise served on a baguette or even the Italian Muffaletta which is smoked turkey breast, ham and provolone topped with lettuce and tomato, with fresh olive dressing on herbed foccacia bread served with bowtie pasta salad for $8.95.

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