The dishes are wonderful, delicious,everything is so fresh. Amazing Wagu Beef you have to try it! Also the dessert is so special And the staff is very friendly and professional
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Charivari's is a Romanian/Hungarian restaurant that has been around for 17 years but I'd never tried it until I found myself in Midtown at lunchtime. They had free parking, an outdoor patio, and a quiet interior, elegant without being plush. They offered a three course...More
A range of Romanian-Hungarian food, in fact foods that you find mainly in Transylvania. Snitzel is good- I will never work to fry it home. They have caviar-the real deal- at a decent price. Good bread. Decent service.
My husband took me here for our anniversary. The menu is everything I love in a restaurant which is true creativity and heart. The dishes were wonderfully plated. We started with the Portobello and for the main course I had the schnitzel with spaetzle. During...More
This restaurant was the venue for a college graduation party & everything was perfect. Service was great & the food is wonderfully European.
Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience. You all were absolutely wonderful and we loved having you! We are so glad you chose to spend this special time with us. Our best wishes to the graduate!
When we were there nobody come for a while to get our orders, and then when they did that we waited an hour to be served and it was not a tasteful food, oily, sugary and not authentic as some think.
Rare European Dishes and excellent house chef. This is a family haute cuisine restaurant in Montrose/Downtown Houston. Open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Cozy, can be romantic, and definitely friendly service. Every diner gets personal attention and the food is great! One thing the...More
Valet Parking at Charivari is complimentary!
We made reservations at Charivari Restaurant for lunch on Christmas Day. This place was one of the few restaurants in Houston open on Christmas Day. The food as well as the service were pretty average. We won't be back.
Charivari cemented its position as one of my two favorite restaurants on the planet at a visit in January. Although my wife and I have enjoyed Charivari since it opened when we lived in Houston years ago, Chef Johann Schuster continues to explore, surprise and...More