Thursday, April 7, 2016

Ginger & Fork Brings Chinese-Fusion to Houston Heights


I had the pleasure of attending a tasting at a newly opened restaurant in the Heights called Ginger & Fork, a few weeks ago. Restaurant Owner and Culinary Director, Mary Li, opened Ginger & Fork in order to introduce native Chinese dishes to the inner city dwellers. Ginger & Fork will serve exotic dishes influenced by Hong Kong and the Canton provinces, paired with great wines and crafted cocktails.

The restaurant is housed in the used to be location of La Fisheria. The establishment was extended to accommodate more guests and include a patio perfect for the coming season. You'll have a change to enjoy some cocktails crafted by Li herself at the bar, or a chance to sit at a table and dine.

If you dine as a group, like we did, you'll love their newly installed spinning plates(not sure what they're called) which will make it easy to pass plates around the table in a spin the wheel kind of way. Anyway, as a group we each ordered something unique to our taste buds and shared everything ordered. We had dumplings to start, then followed with orders of Stir-fried Green Beans, Squid Ink Fried Rice, Spicy Squid, Seabass. My drink of choice was the signature Dragon Fire cocktail which is made with dragon fruit.

I would recommend The SeaBass and Squid Ink Fried Rice, you won't regret it!




  1. It looks so great meal. I love to enjoy it.

  2. Great Post!! Very clear and detailed.

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