Although I adore Cadillac Mexican Kitchen nearby, I recently was in the mood for fish and stopped by Landry’s Seafood at Houston Bush Intercontinental (IAH), a Priority Pass restaurant.
Landry’s Seafood Houston IAH Review
I looked at the online menu before arriving and had already made my choice. As it turned out, the menu has been cut substantially due to COVID-19. Scan the QR code below for a look at the menu.
While waiters do roam the restaurant, you place your order directly through the website and it is brought to your table when ready. I did not see a place to order drinks on the website, though.
This restaurant is part of the Priority Pass Lounge network. As such, you can receive $28/per-person in credit toward your meal or drinks. However, do note that Priority Pass cards issued through American Express are excluded from the restaurant program.
Thankfully, I had my heart set on Mahi Mahi with crab meat and that was still available. At $33 it was a pricey piece of fish, but with a $28 discount it certainly beat eating the packaged food in the United Clubs.
It took less than 10 minutes for the food to arrive. Looking around the restaurant, I noticed that with the exception of cocktail glasses, all food and drink were served in disposable plastic with plastic utensils.
That’s such a waste of plastic, but I understand it is a cost-savings move.
Mahi Mahi was the right choice: the fish and the crabmeat were delicious. I skipped the white rice but did eat the vegetables, whcih were very al dente, but tasty with the honey mustard sauce drizzled over it. The fish and crabmeat required no sauce.
I’m heading back to Cadillac next time for enchiladas, but I really enjoyed the fish here. I would certainly return and order the same dish again.