1962 West Gray
Houston, TX 77019
If you’re looking for the classic creme brulée with vanilla, your best bet is to try the vanilla bean creme brulee at Brasserie 19. Served with a side of fresh berries, this dessert will top off a great French dinner at this Houston favorite. While you’re there, ask for what dessert wine would pair best with the creamy texture of the creme brulée. General Manager Shawn Virene is known for his encyclopedic knowledge of wine pairings and can advise you on what would work best for a great dining experience.
1753 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
For a rich, fruity creme brulée, you’ll want to make sure to try the dessert at Masraff’s in the Galleria area. This upscale American restaurant uses fresh ingredients and expert care to create the best desserts around. Their butter roasted pear creme brulée comes with a rich whole berry sauce and provides a perfect ending to a great meal. If you have something to celebrate, check out this dessert as the final course of one of their special brunches.
1985 Welch St.
Houston, TX 77019
For an oversized Texas portion of delicious creme brulée, you’ll want to head down to Mockingbird Bistro. All of their desserts are meant for sharing, which means that this is a great restaurant for a date night. They make their creme brulée with Tahitian vanilla beans, palmier and seasonal fruits. Can’t get enough of the brulée portion? They also have brulée banana as a topping on their chocolate gateau.
6425 W. Broadway
Pearland, TX 77581
Known across the city for his barbecue, chef Ronnie Killen has expanded his efforts with Killen’s Steakhouse. It’s been recognized across Texas as a restaurant with great attention to detail in its dishes and wonderful flavors. Their signature dessert, the creme brulee bread pudding, has won national awards and is a great way to end a meal with a Southern twist on this delectable dessert.
2442 Times Blvd.
Houston, TX 77005
Stop by for a full meal from a selection of soups, salads, sandwiches and other traditional French dishes, or just grab yourself a cup of coffee and a dessert at Cafe Rabelais in Rice Village. Their traditional creme brulée hits the spot with its mix of creamy and crunchy, and at the cost of only $5, it’s one of the best deals on delicious creme brulée in the city. Grab a taste of this great sweet treat in between running errands and window shopping in the Village, or make a trip out especially for the dessert. You won’t want to go back to chocolate cake after having these treats!
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