Red Oak Grill

My sissy, brother, and Tammy were home and so on May 17th the whole family went to:

Red Oak Grill
2004 South Mason Road
Katy, TX
(281) 392-2612
www.redoak-grill.com


We ordered and shared the Stuffed Jalapenos | $3.99. It’s under the Sides section. It was really yummy. It wasn’t very spicy and the cheese was pretty sharp. I didn’t even need the ranch dressing that came with it.

For my main dish I got the Gyro [savory beef and lamb slices with creamy Tzatziki sauce, served with Tabouleh and Hummus] | $11.89. It’s under the Red Oak Specials section. The gyro was okay. Beef and lamb was moist but I think I went on a bad day. It was a little on the bland side. Hmm … maybe I’m just comparing it too much with Pasha’s. The hummus was really regular. But the thing that ruined the whole plate for me was the Tabouleh. Tabouleh is usually made of bulgur, finely chopped parsley and mint, tomato and spring onion, seasoned with lemon juice and olive oil. I’m not a fan of mint and that taste just kind of grosses me out. I whacked it off my plate onto my dad’s. He seemed to love it.

I would not come back here again. The food overall was not great at all.

Pasha Mediterranean Grill

Jane’s parents invited Roger and I to lunch when they came into town and we ended up at:

Pasha Mediterranean Grill
9339 Wurzbach Road
San Antonio, TX 78240
(210) 561-5858

Sadly I didn’t note what these are so I’ll try my best to do so.

They brought a big Naan to your table, for free! It is so light and fluffy. So yummy!

You dip the Naan in this Sauce. I’m not sure what it’s called but it was very delicious.

Jane ordered me this plate. I’m not sure what it’s called but it has beef and lamb, hummus, some kind of sauce, and a yummy salad. I cleared the plate and was super full.

I love this place and would definitely come again. Just need to find someone to go with me