Age Appropriate: All ages
Cyclone Anaya was a famous wrestler, first in Mexico and then in the United States in the 1950’s. He was tall, strong and handsome and apparently very successful. What does it have to do with our review??? Everything!
Cyclone Ayana’s Mexican Kitchen on Durham and Shepherd is his family restaurant! His wife’s recipes are the basis of the menu and this family owned restaurant (they have one more location in Rice Village and one in the Woodlands) was a delicious find for us!
The décor is classic and intimate. They are ready for children with high chairs and booster seats. Their bathroom is nice and clean with a skull wall paper that is sure to be a hit with the bigger kids!
We sat in a comfortable booth and were quickly handed a child menu for our son and our menus. Our waiter brought us some tortilla chips and salsa and we quickly realized that those chips were completely addictive! They were very crunchy and tasty and it was hard to stop eating them!
We enjoyed the atmosphere and food at Cyclone Anaya and were very happy to linger after dinner for a little bit. We will definitively come back and try their patio. Cyclone Anaya’s vision of a family restaurant definitely came true here!
See you next week for another culinary adventure!