One of Montrose best restaurants and is often known for their Sunday brunch and organic American dining. For those who are vegan, their menu is quite extensive and will definitely not disappoint. Lastly, their alcoholic menu is something not to pass up, especially their mimosas or bloody marys.

My Experience  

I came on a Sunday afternoon for my father’s birthday, the restaurant was quite empty since the brunch crowd cleared out. The food was remarkably fresh and everything I ordered including my Blood Mary was excellent.

The first thing I ordered was the spicy Bloody Mary, which had the usual fare of vodka and tomato juice but was still very good.

Bloody Mary
Bloody Mary

Then, I ordered hummus for an appetizer and this was extremely good and was by far the best hummus I ever had. Their hummus comes with red peppers, cucumbers, kalamata olives, and flatbread, which compliments the dish so well.

Hummus
Hummus with red peppers, cucumbers, and kalamata olives.

Now, for the entree, I ordered the Chicken Breast Baguette which comes with sauteed onions, red bell peppers, baby arugula, provolone, and basil mayo. This was such an amazing sandwich and was much tastier than most chicken sandwiches out there. I was definitely impressed and would order it again next time I dine here.

Chicken Breast Baguette
Chicken Breast Baguette

After all that food, I still had room for dessert. I ended up ordering the Peanut Butter Pie, which was so rich and very delicious. This pie is basically an oreo crust that comes with a peanut butter assortment that is topped with a chocolate ganache topping.  Definitely, a must have for oreo or peanut butter fans

Peanut Butter Pie
Peanut Butter Pie

Accessibility 

The overall restaurant was quite accessible and was better than most establishments in Montrose, which typically are plagued with uneven sidewalks or parking spots that are too few for those who are disabled.

To start the restaurant has a ramp and a few handicap spots that are an easy access to the restaurant.  Inside the restaurant has plenty of space and the tables are fortunately not too close together. Preferably, the best time to come here is probably late afternoon, because the restaurant is quite small.

Baba Yega seating.
Inside of Baba Yega.

Now for the restroom, I was not able to see how accessible the toilets were, but if I have to guess for most chair users people will have a problem due to the restaurant is quite small. In fact, this establishment used to be a house at one time.

Overall, Baba Yega Cafe is an excellent restaurant that provides a remarkable level of accessibility that few places achieve in the Montrose area and food that is top notched and always so fresh. This is definitely, a place worth trying and is by far one of the top restaurants in Houston.

Food Rating: A+
Accessibility Rating: A  

Address: 2607 Grant Street, Houston, Texas 77006
Phone: (713) 522-0042 
Website: http://babayega.com/

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