12460 Memorial Dr
Houston, TX 77024Neighborhood:
Comfort FoodPrice: $30 and under
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.twosaintsrestaurant.com/
- Phone: 7134658967
- Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Continental, Comfort Food, Contemporary American
- Executive Chef: Sia Ayrom
- Dress Code: Casual Dress
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Chef's Table, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Personal wines welcome, Personal wines welcome (corkage fee applies), Takeout, Wheelchair Access
- Private Party Facilities: Two Saints is available for private functions and corporate dining in a relaxed yet elegant setting with custom designed menus guaranteed to elicit oohs and aahs from your guests. Let us plan your next function down to the last detail.
- Private Party Contact: Sia Ayrom 7134658967
A word from Two Saints
The best way to explain the philosophy behind Two Saints Cuisine is "Elegant Comfort Foods." We offer a four course Prix Fixe menu for $33 Tuesday-Thursday & a full a la carte menu Friday & SaturdayContinued
Our promise to you is an epicurean delight every time you visit.
Our promise to you is an epicurean delight every time you visit.
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Two Saints reviews from OpenTable diners
- UnsettlingSearchingDined on 11/9/2013Our first visit to this quaint place started off great. Very interesting weekend menu and BYOB made it very attractive. I felt special - the chef came to our table and chatted with us. She explained about the "chef's experience" that she could create for a couple or group. It sounded like fun! About mid-way through dinner, the owner came out into the middle if the place and announced that this was the very last seating! Two Saints was closing its doors. Well, that stinks! The truffle onion rings and Gouda cheese cake were amazing starters. I would have like to have had a chance to enjoy those again! Entrees were very good! In fact, the filet and Mac 'n Cheese w jalapeños were the perfect pair.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Still ove it but...SteveDined on 10/30/2013As a regular to this great bistro my wife and I were a little disappointed with our recent experience. Service and ambiance were first class as always but the food was a little bland and not the usual standard. Based on previous experiences our expectations were high! They do rotate chefs so I am going to look at this as a anomaly. Will definitely return as we love this place. Also the BYOB makes it very affordable. I recommend the weeknight menu of three courses for a set price of $33- great value! Underwhelmed this time but...we'll be back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- MehdiningoutDined on 10/26/2013Disappointing food, which took a very long time to arrive. Overpriced. Nice quiet place to sit and talk.
- This was our 5 th trip towaterski49Dined on 10/19/2013This was our 5 th trip to the Two Saints we have always been treated fantastic at each visit. The food selection and prep. are also great and changing Bring you own wine and a great place to sit and have great conversation You must try!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good Neighborhood RestuarantCharDined on 10/4/2013I liked the small quiet dining room and the staff was so very friendly. My friend had a salad and commented the lettuce could be crisper. She also ordered the corn chowder with crab and was told the crab was not up to par and asked if she would like to order something else which she did. The other soup I believe was tomato based and was excellent. I had the prime rib and it was very good. My sides were green beans and a dab of garlic mashed potatoes. I thought they could have been a little more generous with the amount of potatoes. All in all a very good experienceSpecial Features:
- Great food and atmosphereMalfaymccDined on 10/3/2013Every course was great. I love that the menu changes every few days. The restaurant is very small but the atmosphere was cozy and romantic.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Primo SpotChuckelheadDined on 9/28/2013Terrific and extremely friendly service. Tasty food all the way from appetizers to dessert. Reasonably quiet so you can carry on a conversation easily. This is a wonderful, neighborhood spot. It is small and intimate, and perfect for just about any occasion. It is BYOB, but that presents no difficulty because you can go to the wine tasting room next door and bring your selection over at no corking charge. This is a first class place, and I will be back soon and often.Special Features:
- Two SaintsJohnDined on 9/20/2013This place was overpriced, which might have to do with the BYOB concept. The crab cake appetizer came a minute after ordering and was obviously already prepared and dropped in a deep fryer. The entree was good, but again, overpriced. This was also too much of a local spot. I was annoyed by the number of stares my date and I received. The vibe in this place based on the other patrons would not let me recommend this place or visit it again. My suggestion to the owner, locals are great, but you need to branch out and bring in more diversity. I came on a Friday night and when we left the place was empty.
- Hidden GemMichelleDined on 9/7/2013Although small, Two Saints has a lot of character, ambience, and great food! We didn't expect to find the best onion rings we've ever had, Scallopini pork that was seasoned and cooked perfectly, or the very convenient "bring your own wine." We would consider this place for a party, romantic evening, or a small get together w/friends. We hope Two Saints stays around for a long time!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- I'd go backOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 9/6/2013Wonderful ambiance/setting/décor. Very private feel. Excellent food choices and preparation. I liked that there were selections that you don't see on every menu in town.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great DinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 8/23/2013We had another great dinner at Two Saints. The Prime Rib was a little more medium than medium rare. I have had it in the past and for some reason it was a little more done than usual. You have to try the Bacon and Gouda Cheesecake appetizer, it was absolutely amazing!! Do make a reservation especially on the weekend is my only advice. Thanks for another amazing dinner.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Great Dining ExperienceHoustonJackDined on 8/20/2013What a wonderful time we had at Two Saints restaurant! We wanted a quiet, romantic place to celebrate our wedding anniversary. Two Saints was the PERFECT place. The waiter greeted us as we entered as if we were old friends and called us by name (from the Open Table reservation). That was a nice touch to start - and it only got better and better. The food was great and you really should try the salmon croquettes. Everything was superb and well presented. You can bring your own wine or have a bottle delivered from the nearby Vine Room. The restaurant is small, but has a welcoming atmosphere. I would heartily recommend Two Saints for any occasion.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- tends to be a good dependablepsmanDined on 8/8/2013tends to be a good dependable neighborhood gem - love the fact of bringing my own wine.Special Features:
- Even with service being slowpsmanDined on 8/3/2013Even with service being slow it was a wonderful dining experience. We wanted to visit with our friends at a slow pace and did not want to feel rushed to turn the table over. The food was outstanding and well worth the wait.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Quaint & great food!NopeDined on 7/27/2013A nice change of pace in the middle of Memorial. Food has a home-cooked feel with sides everyone loves - spinach, mashed potatoes, mac & cheese... Nice to be able to BYOB too. A little understaffed. We felt bad for the host-waiter-phone answer guy. So service was a little slow.Special Features:
- Not up to previous reviewersLocalDined on 7/27/2013Our first time here and likely our last. The service was excellent, and apart from classic 80's rock radio, the ambiance in the dining area was fine. But the food was substandard. Just like grandmother used to make, and grandmother's was always overcooked and greasy. Unfortunately the same applied here. Maybe the chef had an off night, but the onion rings were greasy and it was an old white onion instead of a California sweet. The pork tenderloin tasted excellent but was way over done and greasy. The mashed potatoes dry. The veggies were okay. In between the two problems, the salad (Two Saints) was excellent, although my wife's beet salad was "straight out of the can" according to her taste buds. My wife's pasta was fine but salty.
- First impressionskathalidaDined on 7/18/2013Our first time to this restaurant and we'll be returning. We invited friends to meet us to try Two Saints out. We all enjoyed our meals. The ambiance was comfortable and charming. It wasn't busy that night (Thursday), following two very busy nights we were told. The server let us know exactly what was available, including a couple items not on the menu. I like that the weekday menu is small. That way I know the food is fresh and "what is good today" is what is on the menu. It all made for a very enjoyable evening.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Needs a total revampPRM1VIPDined on 7/13/2013We ate often in this restaurant in its former existence. This time, the restaurant was "sold out" even though by 7:30 PM it was only half full. There is only one person to manage the restaurant, greet and seat guests and take orders. Only 3 in the kitchen. Food was poor. Au unrecognizable piece of "prime rib", store bought croutons on the salad and crab cakes that were more cereal than crab. The wine (which we brought ourselves - it is BYOB) was excellent. The rest of the experience was completely forgettable. If you are tempted to eat in this area, go to Union Kitchen a block away. Don't eat here.
- Amazing Again and Again!!OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 7/12/2013This is our third time to eat at Two Saints. We have taken friends wtih us two times and they were so impressed. The prime rib was once again so tender and melted in your mouth. They have sped up the rate that the food comes out of the kitchen but it is still great quality fresh food. Eventhough the food is coming out faster they don't rush you so you are free to take your time and enjoy the food. Our friend said it was the best prime rib he had ever had and he is a total foodie!! Keep up the good work!Special Features:
- DisappointingOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 7/12/2013Have been here several previous times and thoroughly enjoyed it. This time was different. Service was fine. Not attentive,but ok for one person covering the entire room. Food was not as good as we have has in the past.
- Great Comfort Food-Reasonable Pricekcs7805aDined on 7/6/2013Two Sisters is a small restaurant with very personalized service. The chef, Azalea Pleasant, prepares great food and greets guests as they dine. The roasted chicken (yes, roasted chicken) is absolutely divine while the truffled macaroni and cheese is the best I've ever had. Finish it with a bread pudding that is delicious and light, not heavy like most bread puddings, and you will have had a great meal!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A great little restaurant!MisiDined on 6/21/2013There were 8 in our party. We ordered the onion rings, crab cakes, eggplant, and corn & cab soup as appetizers and all were delicious. For dinner we dined on the pork scaloppini, mac & cheese, prime rib and fish specials of the night, and their signature chicken dish. Again, all were delicious and our only complaint with the food was the fish portions was very small. While service was good, our only complaint was the time it took to ask for our dinner selections and for our dinner entrees and dessert to be served--45 minutes for the main course and well over 20 minutes for dessert, and at this point we were the only people left in the restaurant. Nevertheless, we will definitely return. Take note the restaurant is totally BYOB.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Big disappointmentOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 6/15/2013This was our second time to dine at Two Saints, but the first time was a wine dinner and a very different kind of evening - food was good, service was good and we couldn't wait to come back. Service was poor, but there was one poor guy to handle the entire room. We didn't know before arriving that they didn't offer wine - but the waiter ran down the street to the sister wine shop and we finally got a bottle of wine about 30 minutes of arriving. The food was mediocre, to say the least. It is obviously a local favorite, as everyone but us was greeted warmly and got a lot more attention. We will not return nor recommend.Special Features:
- Comfort Food with PanacheRandyDined on 6/12/2013Two Saints is a small restaurant with a friendly staff and the sous chef actually came out and visited with us. The food is comfort delicacies with panache. Very good, but be prepared to splurge. The BYOB is a great fun so you can bring your own favorite wine.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Wife's Birthday DinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 6/8/2013Outstanding everything...their partnership with the wine bar next door, BYOB and inexpensive corkage fee, along with the mood, the lack of noise, the great service, the small sitting capacity...everything was incredible and this will be a repeat venue for us. Great place!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- overall, 3 of the entres werebibbDined on 6/1/2013overall, 3 of the entres were very good. the 4th which was blackened salmon was extremely burned and had to sent back. two saints immediately offered to provide something elase which we accepted. we will return.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Loved the chef. She is a gem.OpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/28/2013Loved the chef. She is a gem. But the salad and entree were just OK. Her Chocolate Bread Pudding is highly recommended.Special Features:
- Amazing Again!!OpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 5/25/2013The prime rib is to die for, it's only available on the weekend but it's worth the week's wait!! It was perfectly cooked and seasoned. I see why they say first come first served, don't wait it's amazing!! This is the second time we have eaten there and are major fans. Please note that they will not rush you through dinner so if you are in a hurry this is not the place for you at that time. Come back when you have time to spend on an amazing dinner it's so good and worth the small wait. Cesar salad is nice and light not heavily dressed which we liked, fresh!! Can't say enough good stuff but try this place you won't be disappointed. And if that's not enough it's BYOB : )))Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- great food , great serviceOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 5/25/2013great food , great service & BYOB whatelse can you wantSpecial Features:
- Good weekday specialOpenTable Diner Since 2011Dined on 5/22/2013Reasonably-priced weekday special 4 course meal. Food quality was fine, but could've been better, especially the prime rib. We brought our own wine and corkage was very reasonable. Service was quite good as we were the only ones in the restaurant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A Neat PlaceAmateurFoodCriticVIPDined on 5/17/2013The food, atmosphere and service were great. The chef visited our table twice. Very nice dining experience. Can't wait to get back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Cozy atmosphere and great serviceFoodieLadyVIPDined on 5/10/2013Two Saints is one of my favorite restaurants. Aaron always provides attentive, friendly service. The atmosphere is relaxed and cozy. This time I had the bacon cheesecake for an appetizer: savory, rich and decadent. I had the short rib pasta for my entree. Rich and flavorful!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A great neighborhood gourmetmikebaggieDined on 5/3/2013A great neighborhood gourmet restaurant. It is very hidden treasure just off Memorial Drive and Gessner. The food is outstanding and the service is great. Treat yourself to the 5 cheese MacNCheese, a half order is sufficient for the table. Fish and seafood are always on the menu.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- fine diningOpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 5/3/2013Some of the best food you can find in Houston. Every item on menu done to perfection. Do not miss Sia's desserts.Special Features:
- Owner is a bullyOpenTable Diner Since 2008Dined on 4/26/2013owner berated the cook for minutes ruining my dinner. For the prices its just not that good.
- Food was uninspiring, oversamuraisocksDined on 4/25/2013Food was uninspiring, over cooked and over salted. I will not be going back and I will not be recommending the restaurant to anyone else.
- Stick to the chicken or steakTravelingDallasGirlDined on 4/20/2013My husband and I have gotten food to go from Two Saints once before our most recent trip. We both had the chicken, and it was delicious. This time, I ordered the "market catch," which was a seafood stew, and my husband got a steak. He loved his, but mine was disappointing. I'll stick to the chicken next time. We also had the onion rings and crab cakes. The onion rings were great, but the crab cakes were nothing special. I'm thinking seafood must not be Two Saints' strength.Special Features:
- Great place to bring yourSMU89VIPDined on 4/5/2013Great place to bring your own wine and have a nice meal.Special Features:
- Another great dinner at Two SaintsOpenTable Diner Since 2009VIPDined on 4/3/2013Enjoyed the weekday dinner menu with four courses for $33. The food at Two Saints is always good and the atmosphere is cozy but vibrant generally. We forgot to bring a bottle of wine with us but they promptly brought one over for us from the Vine Wine Room next door. The only negative we ever have with Two Saints is that the service can be slow on busy nights because there's usually only one cook and one waiter serving the whole restaurant. As long as you know that going in and aren't in a rush, it's a great little neighborhood spot.Special Features:
- Outstanding food as always.OpenTable Diner Since 2012Dined on 3/27/2013Outstanding food as always. Quick efficient service and alway a smile.Special Features: