Set in the shadow of the Memorial Hermann Memorial City complex, West Houston’s bustling Goode Company Seafood channels the atmosphere of the 1930s. There, the carefully-selected décor transports customers back in time with antique, black-and-white photos, a 25,000-pound steel propeller and a 1939 Chris Craft boat.
Expect accomplished frying (oyster po'boys, stuffed crab, shrimp) but equally fine mesquite grilling. In fact, the grilled catfish con salsa verde, topped with buttery onions and avocado pico de gallo, is spot-on. Dinners are generous, served with garlic bread, empanada, seafood rice, red beans, hush puppies or vegetables.
Campechana Extra was featured in Garden & Gun's list of 100 Things You Simply Must Eat Before You Die (2008).
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