Eat at Auntie Chang’s Dumplings House
We grab tea frequently, but recently we were looking for more than fried squid balls for dinner. (Really, that is a thing at the Tea House.)
We’ve always seen Auntie Chang’s from the street, but this time we went up.
The staff was not shocked by all the kids I had with me and quickly brought over a high chair and menus.
The food came quickly and we very good. Still, our favorite part was the little water fountain at the front that my toddler thought was amazing (and everyone else liked that she thought it was so amazing).
The restaurant was a little humid/damp when we visited… but it was on a very humid/damp day in Houston, so I’m not holding it against them.
And the next time we want dinner, but not squid balls, we’ll be back!