Houston Restaurants in Chinatown Offering Pickup & Delivery — Updated 4/2

A huge thanks goes to Mai Pham and OCA Greater Houston for their outreach to restaurants in this area. They are also running an Instagram #chinatowntogo challenge. From now until April 11, order to-go from Chinatown restaurants, post a photo with the hashtag #chinatowntogo, and tag Pham (@femme_foodie) as well as OCA Greater Houston. You’ll be entered to win one of five $100 gift cards — and give your followers some great ideas on what to eat, too. 

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Due to unfounded, premature coronavirus rumors in early February (weeks before there was any community spread), many restaurants in Houston’s Asiatown/Chinatown were struggling even before area dining-rooms were shuttered. Now, business is even harder. However, many are adapting by offering takeout, curbside pickup and delivery. Ordering from one of the places below is a good way to take a break from cooking while continuing to support local restaurants during this difficult time. If you don’t see one of your beloved eateries, check out websites and social media.

In addition, we have an ever-growing, citywide list, which includes a convenient map, and several other neighborhood-specific lists (plus, we are adding more every week):


Restaurant owners who want to be added can email us for a form that allows us to collect the information we need. Please note that there is an extensive waitlist, but we’re adding new restaurants daily. 

A Ly, 11360 Bellaire, (281) 575-7888: This Chinese/Vietnamese restaurant, well known for its Peking Duck, is offering classics such as egg rolls, lobster, crispy chow mein, sautéed vegetables and fried rice for takeout. Call to place an order.

Alpha Bakery & Deli, 11209 Bellaire Blvd, (281) 988-5222: This stalwart in Hong Kong City Mall IV sells bánh mì, $3 each, and a variety of grab-n-go prepared foods. Open daily 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cash only.

Bao Shi Yi Bun House, 9715 Bellaire, (832) 925-7913: This hip spot serves up bao buns, noodles, pancakes, porridge and other Chinese snack items. Call for takeout. It’s closed on Wednesday.

To-go bento boxes and rice plates from Cafe 101. Photo by Mai Pham.

Cafe 101, 9889 Bellaire, (713) 272-8828: This Asian fusion café known for offering over 100 teas and fresh fruit drinks is now serving up comforting food such as popcorn chicken, fried rice. Call for take out and curbside pickup from 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Kitchen Special Crawfish at Cajun Kitchen
The Kitchen Special Crawfish at Cajun Kitchen. Courtesy photo.

Cajun Kitchen, 6938 Wilcrest, (281) 495-8881: Still want to enjoy crawfish season? Now, you can at home by ordering Cajun Kitchen’s Viet-Cajun crawfish for takeout, curbside pickup or delivery. Call between noon and 10 p.m. Direct delivery is free for orders over $50, or use Favor, UberEats, DoorDash, GrubHub or PostMates.

Com Ga Houston, 11505 Bellaire, (832) 230-0065: This hole-in-the-wall Vietnamese restaurant specializes in com ga (chicken and rice), and other chicken dishes such as chao ga (chicken congee) and mien mang ga (glass noodles with chicken). Phone in orders for takeout, and note that it’s closed on Tuesdays.

Crawfish & Noodles, 11360 Bellaire, (281) 988-8098: Houston’s most well-known Viet-Cajun crawfish place is open for takeout. Now’s your chance to try James Beard-semifinalist Trong Nguyen’s famously tasty mudbugs for just $8 per pound. Other dishes include Cajun turkey neck and salt-and-pepper blue crabs. Delivery is offered via Favor, or call to place a takeout order on Monday through Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 9 p.m. You can even pre-order via FaceBook Messenger.

Crawfish Cafe, 11209 Bellaire, (281575-1746: From 3 to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday, and noon to 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Crawfish Cafe is offering Viet-Cajun specialties for take-out, curbside pickup and for delivery through GrubHub, DoorDash and UberEats. The restaurant is known for their six different flavors of boiled crawfish, plus a selection of fried rice, fried seafood, wings and more. View the full menu online.

Duy Sandwiches, 6791 Wilcrest, (281) 498-2880: Specializing in vegetarian Vietnamese cuisine, Duy Sandwiches is offering grab-n-go vegetarian bánh mì and other dishes, including curry and noodle soups. Open for takeout and phone orders from. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The restaurant only accepts cash.

Hot Spicy Chicken at FuFu Cafe. Photo by Cuc Lam.

FuFu Cafe, 9889 Bellaire, (713) 981-8818: This Chinatown staple in the Dun Huang Plaza has great weekday lunch specials and an extensive menu spanning noodles, dumplings and more. Call or order at the counter.

Gerry’s Grill, 6833 West Sam Houston Pkwy S., (832) 582-8638: This specialty restaurant serving Filipino favorites is offering 10-percent off orders under $100 and a 15-percent discount off those of $100 or more. Delivery is available via DoorDash, UberEats and GrubHub.

Giau Bar ‘n Bites, 9889 Bellaire Blvd, (713) 988-8988: This trendy Vietnamese restaurant and bar offers Asian fusion cuisine from sushi rolls to shaken beef and fried calamari. Popular dishes include Giau’s Ultimate Fries, Avocado Bomb, and crawfish. Open to 11 p.m. Call for takeout.

Golden Dumpling House, 9896 Bellaire, (713) 270-9996: On offer are steamed and pan-fried dumplings as well as noodle dishes. This restaurant is cash-only and offers takeout.

Hai Cang Harbor Seafood Restaurant, 11768 Bellaire, (281) 564-4288: This popular seafood restaurant is offering live lobster, whole fish and other popular Cantonese dishes. These include sautéed snow pea leaves, deep-fried tofu and Peking duck for takeout and to-go. Call between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. daily to place your order.

HK Dim Sum, 9889 Bellaire, (713) 777-7029: Located at Dun Huang Plaza, this spot offers all-day dim sum for takeout. Call to place your order.

Hong Kong’s Cafe, 9108 Bellaire, (713) 772-9633: This mom-and-pop Hong Kong comfort food restaurant, which has been serving Chinatown for the last 18 years, is known for barbecued duck with rice, wonton noodle soup, baked pork chop with rice and Singapore style stir-fry noodles. Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., closed Tuesday, for takeout and phone orders. Payment is accepted via cash, Zelle or PayPal.

House of Bowls, 6650 Corporate, (713) 776-2288: This Hong Kong comfort-food restaurant specializes in pan-fried noodles, noodle soups, rice plates, family meal-friendly stir-fried dishes, excellent dry beef chow fun noodle, crispy chicken wings and Hong Kong French toast. Open daily 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Call to place an order for takeout or curbside pickup.

Jasmine Asian Cuisine, 9938 Bellaire, (713) 272-8188: From 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, Jasmine Asian is providing its Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine for pickup. Dish selections include traditional rice noodle soups such as phở bò biên (rice noodle soup with meatballs) and mì xào giòn thập cẩm, or crispy egg noodles with “the works”: beef, chicken, shrimp, squid and assorted vegetables. View the full menu online.

Linda’s Tropical Fruits, 10600 Bellaire, (832) 509-9848: Looking for açaí bowls, fresh fruit cocktails, sugar cane juice, fresh jackfruit and more? Call between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. for takeout, curbside pickup and delivery within a two-mile radius.

Red Oil Dumplings at Mala Sichuan is one of the most popular dishes. Photo by Phaedra Cook.

Mala Sichuan Bistro, 9348 Bellaire, (713) 995-1889: Mala Sichuan is open for pickup from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day except Tuesday, plus the owners are keeping the staff employed by offering delivery service. Within a two-mile radius, delivery is free for orders of $45 and over. There’s a bonus, too: free beer! Other delivery options include Favor and Ubereats, or customers can opt for take-out. This acclaimed restaurant offers family-style Chinese food, with a specialty in authentic Sichuan recipes including Dan Dan Noodles, Mapo Tofu and Northern Boiling FishView the menu online, then call for details.

Migo Saigon’s Dry Chicken Egg Noodles. Photo by Mai Pham.

Migo Saigon Street Food, 9393 Bellaire, (713) 393-7388: Whether you get the soup version or the dry version, the namesake mi go egg noodles reign supreme at this popular Bellaire Food Street noodle house. Now open Tuesday through Sunday, noon to 8 p.m. for takeout and delivery via UberEats and GrubHub. Medical personnel also get a 20% off when presenting a work badge.

Bánh mì at My Baguettes. Photo by Mai Pham.

My Baguettes, 10613 Bellaire, (832) 619-1193: Known for making everything from scratch, the chicken bánh mì here is excellent, as is the stellar Bo Ne Vietnamese steak and eggs. Order it with cà phê sữa or special corn milk. Open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily except Tuesday. Call in takeout orders or order delivery via UberEats and DoorDash.

Nguyen Ngo French Bakery Cafe, 11210 Bellaire, (281) 495-2528: This Vietnamese/French bakery shop specializes in bánh mì and croissant sandwiches, cà phê sữa đá and limited to-go baked goods. The current hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is cash-only and closed on Wednesdays.

Okome Don, 9938 Bellaire Blvd, (281) 974-1523. Okome Don is offering build-your-own poke bowls as well as specialty poke bowls. Call for takeout or curbside pick up. Delivery via GrubHub and DoorDash.

One Dragon Restaurant, 9310 Bellaire Blvd, (713) 995-6545: One Dragon is famous for soup dumplings and crispy-bottomed bao buns (sheng jian bao). This beloved mom-and-pop also offers a full menu of Shanghainese specialties such as braised pork belly, soups and sautéed vegetables. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Call to place an order or order at the counter. There is a $20 minimum charge for credit card payments.

Parisian Bakery, 9938 Bellaire, (713)808-9778: This is one of Houston’s original French Vietnamese bakeries and an excellent source for bánh mi, baguettes and croissants. There are also a variety of grab-and-go items such as egg rolls, pâté chaud and cà phê sữa đá. Open daily except Monday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. There is a $10 minimum for credit card orders and two other west-side locations. Check the map for the one closest to you.

Pepper Lunch, 9393 Bellaire, (832) 632-8383: Located in the new Bellaire Food Street development, this popular Japanese chain features DIY teppanyaki rice plates. Order via UberEats for delivery or phone in for takeout Monday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with curbside on request.

Phanh Ky, 11528 Bellaire, (281) 568-4920: This Vietnamese noodle specialist is famous for its dry egg and rice noodle bowls. It is open from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and is offering a 10% off special. Check the FB page for the latest information.


Pho Binh by Night, 12148 Bellaire, (832) 351-2464: This late-night pho house offers beef and chicken pho. They are currently testing opening hours, but will open at 4 p.m. and will close when they sellout. Call to order or get delivery via DoorDash. Closed Mondays.

Pho Ga Dakao, 11778 Bellaire, (281) 879-5899: This stalwart pho joint offers chicken pho, dry chicken pho and other chicken-centric dishes such as chicken and rice. That said, you’ll never go wrong with the pho ga dac biet, a specialty chicken pho. Open 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily for takeout.

Pho Ngon, 10780 Bellaire Blvd, (281) 564-8887: This old-school Vietnamese restaurant has a vast menu spanning pho, bánh mì, bun, spring rolls, and everything in between. Its mi vit tiem (duck noodle) is excellent. Open 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily for takeout with free delivery within a 3-mile radius.

Pho Ve Dem, 13030 Bellaire Blvd, (281) 983-0599: Known for its delicious broth and quality meats, get your dinnertime pho fix at this restaurant on the far west end of Bellaire Blvd. Open 5 to 11 p.m. Closed Monday.

Que Huong Bistro, 13438 Bellaire, (832) 781-8864: From spring rolls to rice plates, pho beef noodle soup to typical Vietnamese family meal dishes such as ca kho and Catfish in Clay Pot, this OG Vietnamese restaurant’s extensive menu covers it all. Call between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m daily for take out or delivery within a 5-mile radius. For longer distances, use DoorDash.

R House, 9889 Bellaire, (713) 270-0888: This restaurant offers inexpensive Cantonese fare and excellent lunch specials. Order family-style dishes such as sweet and sour pork, beef filet, walnut shrimp and crispy, pan-fried house special noodles. Call for takeout or order at the counter.

San Dong Noodle House, 9938 Bellaire, (713) 988-8802: This restaurant specializes in Taiwanese beef noodle soup, steamed and pan-fried dumplings and fried pork chop and rice dishes. There are shelves filled with premade, grab-n-go Chinese buns and other baked goods. The prices are all less than $10. Place your to-go order by phone for pick-up. There may be a minimum purchase for credit card payments; please inquire.

Shabu House, 9889 Bellaire, (832) 925-8889: This popular restaurant specializes in Taiwanese hot pot. However, due to the coronavirus stay-at-home directive by the Harris County and City of Houston, Shabu House is offering a limited menu of Taiwanese specialties including Taiwanese Beef Noodle (eight-hour broth), Spicy Beef Noodle and ready-made to-go packs of entrée combos. These include the broth and fixin’s to have shabu shabu at home. Call to pick up takeout orders between 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Shanghai Restaurant, 9116 Bellaire, (713) 988-7288: A fixture in Chinatown for 18 years, this beloved mom-and-pop run by the Ng family serves family-style Cantonese dishes ranging from sweet-and-sour pork to salt-and-pepper pork spareribs, Peking duck and pepper beef. Lunch specials are available Monday through Friday from noon to 3 p.m. Call for takeout via phone six days a week; the restaurant is closed on Wednesday. Delivery available via UberEats.

Spicy Hunan, 9889 Bellaire, (713) 271-6666: This mom-and-pop restaurant specializes in dishes from the Hunan Province, such as twice-cooked pork, steamed fish fillets and stir-fried lamb. The restaurant is open from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. for takeout and phone orders.

Tan Tan, 6816 Ranchester, (713) 771-1268: Opened in 1986, this Chinatown staple is open seven-days a week, 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. for takeout. Ninety percent of the menu is currently available for takeout, including the legendary banh bot chien (fried rice cakes), wonton noodles, com bo luc lac (shaking beef rice) and more.

Tao Rice Rolls, 9889 Bellaire, (631) 552-8880: Located next to FuFu Restaurant in Dun Huang Plaza, this adorable newcomer offers Taiwanese breakfast rice rolls, pancakes and soy milk. Order by phone or in-store from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Teacup Café, 8300 West Sam Houston Parkway, (281) 495-6888: Offering a selection that includes Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken, chicken legs with rice, teas and smoothies, Teacup Café’s menu is available for takeout and curbside pickup. Call or order online. Delivery is also available via UberEats and GrubHub and DoorDash.

Banh Cuon with cha lua from Thien Thanh. Photo by Na L.

Thien Thanh, 11210 Bellaire, (281) 564-0419: One of Houston Asiatown’s oldest Vietnamese mom-and-pop shops, this restaurants specializes in steamed Vietnamese rice rolls called bánh cuốn and sells a limited menu of other Northern Vietnamese dishes such as bún riêu and chả cá. Place orders to-go by phone. Thien Thanh is cash only and closes on Tuesdays.

Thim Hing Sandwich, 10905 Bellaire Blvd, (281) 564-1692: This old-school bánh mì shop uses baguettes in lieysu of oblong loaves, so you can order a large or small. Try the dac biet special, the xiu mai (meatballs) with extra meat, and the mi vit tiem (duck noodle). Cash only.

Tom N Toms Coffee, 9393 Bellaire, (346) 352-3137: This Korean-style coffee shop’s slogan is needed now more than ever: “Refresh your body and soul.” Here you will find a great selection of brewed coffees, espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and other creative drinks. (Grapefruitade, anyone?) There are also delicious breads and pretzels, from “plain” pretzels to stuffed pretzels and pretzel dogs.  We are especially craving the Caramel Cinnamon Bread and Pepperoni Pretzel. The hours are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call for curbside pickup.

Tony Thai, 10613 Bellaire, (281) 495-1711: This well-regarded restaurant is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m for takeout and phone orders. The classic dishes on the menu include pad Thai, tom yum goong and papaya salad. View the full menu online.

Trinity Bar & Grille, 5700 South Gessner: “Asiatown” and “Chinatown” have long been misnomers for a rich area that includes a true melting pot of cuisines. From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m, pick up legit African dishes such as Bitter Leaf Soup and Attieke with a choice of meats such as goat, beef, chicken and more. Call upon arrival for curbside delivery, or call if you’re within a five-mile radius for the restaurant to deliver to you.

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