New Caney is an Unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Texas, United States within the Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area. As of 2010, the population of the New Caney area is 19,987.
Things to do in New Caney
4.5 based on 87 reviews
If you're looking for a place that serves good comfort food, then look no further. The burgers are delicious and satisfying, the sandwiches are fantastic, and the services is wonderful. Overall a wonderful experience.
4 based on 23 reviews
This little place has great fried shrimp, catfish and oysters. They serve reasonably priced seafood. The combos come with french fries and a couple of hush puppies. Food is served promptly and is very fresh. Service is good as well.
I might mention that you will not leave the place hungry as the platters are very large !
4.5 based on 11 reviews
THE BEST DONUTS around!!!! Seriously! they are fresh and light and delicious! Fast, Friendly staff ready to help you get back on the road...(as long as you don't order an iced coffee...that takes a couple of minutes.) Their Kolaches are pretty tasty too!
4 based on 52 reviews
All I can say is Never again!
It took 10 minutes for our order to be taken. The salad was fresh...the rolls were stale.
The baked potato was so over cooked it was brown inside and pure mush. The waitress brought a "fresh" one that was almost identical. My steak was well seasoned but lukewarm and the salmon was an end piece barely an 1/8 " thick. Sides included cold canned corn and a lump of mashed potatoes with brown gravy that had gelled on top because they were also cold.
The waitress finally came around and took our uneaten food away without asking any questions as to why it was still there.
We finally asked for the check. 2 awful meals that we ate little of, with no dessert or drink was $48.00!! We paid the bill but
we Will Not return.
Please look at my other reviews. I seldom give a poor rating!!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
You need to teach your cooks how to put a burger together. I would not complain if it was just off center but it looks like they threw it together. I had to take it apart and rebuild it just so I could hold it to eat it.
I hate eating sloppy burgers.
4 based on 18 reviews
Love going to Whataburger. Burgers always taste fresh. Workers are friendly, restaurant is always clean. But i love the Bacon, Jalapeno Burger with Cheese... But i add Guacamole to it. It tastes really good with the avocado. Also if you go for breakfast the Taquitos are good.
4 based on 10 reviews
This new location was very busy when we were there but the food was good & the staff was eager to please. We had a small problem with our order but it was rectified and we were pleased with the overall experience. We will go back when in the area.
4 based on 31 reviews
I am quite sure this place MUST be good as it is always packed!!! I was soooo looking forward to an amazing burger. However, upon asking the waitress about my mushroom allergy - she was honest- and I DO appreciate that----that mushrooms were in EVERY fryer and on EVERY Grill in the restaurant. Since I have a SEVER mushroom allergy, this precluded me even trying a burger here. I asked about the Crawfish as I was willing to NOT eat a burger if I could just stay and enjoy the experience, and she told me that even their crawfish had mushrooms. I left very saddened. I'd like to encourage the owner to at least have a small frying pan or SOMETHING where we, too, could experience your burgers.
This place, though has an interesting concept and the vibe is FUN!
5 based on 5 reviews
I was in New Caney, Tx visiting family and I noticed a new bright yellow concession trailer selling BBQ so I thought I would give it a try. I had the sliced brisket sandwich. The brisket was so good. Had that great hickory smoked flavor. It was so good I went ahead an ordered a pound to take home with me. Next time I'm in town I will be visiting this place again. If you love brisket this is the place to visit.
4 based on 19 reviews
This was our favorite Mexican food place, when I raised my children in a nearby planned community. The owner, Norma,and her sister, Janie, always treated us like family. As we live a bit further away now, and my kids are grown, we didn't know that it had moved, so we decided to give it a try,. when we all 3 got together to enjoy lunch. This is a good sized restaurant, lively interior, and waitresses are attentive. They have some of the best chips we have had in awhile; hot, thin and crispy. Three salsas were served; so something for everyone; whether you like it hot or mild. My kids got mixed plates, which were very generous portions of tacos, enchiladas and tamales, all of it being very good. I was sticking to a low carb plan, so got a grilled chicken with chili con queso. The cheese was good, but the chicken had been hammered too thin, and was a bit tough. I'd definitely return on a "cheat day" though, to enjoy the good guacamole, and other Mexican food offered here. We just had iced tea, but they do have a full bar, and offer a lot of different margarita flavors and types.
We were glad we gave it another try,and will surely put it on our local "Mexican Restaurant" rotation list,and visit again soon.
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