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1602 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX 77006, United States

Housed in a 1925 structure built by well-known Houston architect Joseph Finger, Hugo's brings regional Mexican cuisine to the Montrose area. As a Mexican native, executive chef Hugo Ortega has an expert understanding of the country’s earthy, complex flavors. Typical entrees include the callo de hachapan, seared scallops over sweet corn bread, and carne bravawood, grilled skirt steak smothered in rajas. Diners can also sample more unique dishes like cochinita pibil, slow-roasted baby pig cooked in banana leaf, and chapulines, pan sautéed grasshoppers.

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Hugo's, Houston

Housed in a 1925 structure built by well-known Houston architect Joseph Finger, Hugo's brings regional Mexican cuisine to the Montrose area. As a Mexican native, executive chef Hugo Ortega has an expert understanding of the country’s earthy, complex flavors. Typical entrees include the callo de hachapan, seared scallops over sweet corn bread, and carne bravawood, grilled skirt steak smothered in rajas. Diners can also sample more unique dishes like cochinita pibil, slow-roasted baby pig cooked in banana leaf, and chapulines, pan sautéed grasshoppers.