Chick Houz, a Peruvian restaurant, has opened a new location along Tomball Parkway in north Houston, chef Roberto Castre confirmed via email.

“We were drawn to the Tomball area because of its charming small-town atmosphere, strong sense of community, and the warm and welcoming nature of the people,” Castre said. “Additionally, we noticed that there is currently no Peruvian restaurant in the Tomball area, and we believe that introducing the unique and diverse flavors of Peruvian cuisine to the community would be a valuable and exciting addition.”

The restaurant features a varied menu that includes rotisserie chicken, sandwiches, salads and bowls, according to its website.

“Customers can expect a diverse menu with options to suit different tastes, as well as the convenience of to-go family-size dinners for those on the move,” Castre said. “Whether you're looking for a flavorful lunch or a convenient dinner option, Chick Houz aims to cater to its customers' needs with its range of offerings.”

Chick Houz also has locations in Humble and the Energy Corridor, Castre said.

“We are eager to contribute to the local dining scene and become a part of the thriving Tomball-area community,” Castre said.