|Esarn Thai 9561 Jones Rd Houston
My dish is the Yellow curry, ginger, chicken and potatoes as hot as they will make it
They have a peanut butter tasting curry as well as red and green, They will mix and match any ingredients with any sauce if you ask them
There are a few Indian places around and while the taste has been okay they will not spice up the dishes, so I can't recommend one yet
The big roads there are not real bike friendly and those are some of the busiest roads in Houston. Kirkwood has a bike lane, I don't think the other N/S roads do. Back streets would be the way to go, you'll have to map out a route. When you see the traffic you'll know why everyone takes the back roads, but you can usually find a way.
Hey Txaggs the extra 4 miles was from where I stopped on my ride. I stopped at the second bridge on the way to Fry, I was showing that you can get 40 miles in from the beltway to Fry with one pass in each direction and there are a couple of other options at the tail end of GBush park. IF you go through the soccer fields and a quarter mile on westheimer parkway there is another trail into Cinco Ranch. That would be a good way to get to the trails if you find something out there. I can't remember where the trails hit Fry ( I think its Fry and Highland Knolls)