Month after month, Uber Eats makes it easier than ever to access all of your favorite restaurants and cuisines. December’s new additions include two Vietnamese spots, a popular pizzeria, and a Cajun cooking specialist.
Japanese favorites are the focus at this Woodlands bistro and sushi bar. Raw fish specialties (sushi pieces, sashimi, and rolls) share the menu with a large repertoire of hot options, including charcoal-grilled yakitori, donburi bowls, noodles, and fried rice.
No need to drive all the way to neighboring Louisiana for homestyle Cajun cooking. Just round up a few dishes from Cajun Town Cafe, where all the classics reside: seafood-smothered etouffee, snappy links of boudin, and po boys stuffed with fried shrimp, fish, or, oysters.
Sharing won’t be something you’re inclined to do with Luna Pizzeria’s personal pies. The nine-inch rounds—available in signature combos or a build-your-own option—are just the right size for a solo lunch or dinner (though you can always upgrade to the large if feeding a crowd). Not quite feeling like pizza? There are also sandwiches, like the panko-crusted Chicken Parmesan, or charcuterie- and provolone-filled Italian.
Le Colonial—an import from New York City—combines the fine-dining experience with Vietnamese flavors. There’s just one variation of beef pho here (Hanoi-style with a wagyu oxtail broth) and several upscale twists on classic dishes: chilled shrimp rolls with peanut sauce, glazed Niman Ranch pork ribs, and fish-sauce braised catfish.
As its name suggests, you can’t go wrong with Pho & Grill’s Vietnamese noodle soups and BBQ meats. The steamy bowls are offered up in a number of ways (with beef, tofu, and even an array of cuts if you go the build your own route), while grilled meats and seafood top rice plates and vermicelli bowls. There are other non-Vietnamese noodles to choose from, such as lo mein, udon, and pad Thai.