Mambo Seafood opened its doors in the Southwest in the mid 1990’s with a traditional and innovative menu of varied seafood dishes honoring the best elements of American, Latin and Pacific seafood cuisines.
Customer favorites include the Mambo Rice, Mambo Cheleda, whole fried fish platter, and oysters on the half-shell. Go for a platter which comes with two sides – a difficult decision, given the choices – french fries, Mambo Rice, salad or grilled vegetables. The Mambo Rice (think Pacific inspired shrimp fried rice) is a no-brainer, and the grilled vegetables includes an ear of street-style elote. You can also get the corn dish as a 2-pc starter for $2.99. So good!
Our lovely Mambonfica® helped us through the variety of menu items, ensuring we understood spice levels and suggested the non-alcoholic Mangolava, a frozen mango drink sprinkled with chile powder. It’s a lovely sweet complement with a bit of kick. Look for seasonal specials like Mambo-style crawfish and the refreshing Pepinada cucumber drink served over crushed ice.
Spring Branch has some serious culinary bonafides and the Spring Branch Management District is confident that you can make an amazing night out with family or friends at any of these three great restaurants.