I've lived in Houston for many years and wanted to try a restaurant where I had never dined. Ouisie's Table had a good reputation for good seafood and so that was the choice. We were seated in a cold small dining room as the main room was booked solid with a large wedding party (AC cranked in winter to keep the large wedding party cool). We asked to move in front of the small fireplace to stay warm. The seafood appetizers (crab cakes and potato dish) and entrees (seafood crepes and sea bass) where nicely executed and good but they simply did not give me that “wow” experience. The wine list was sufficient (not very deep nor offering very many options) but the wines seemed to have less markup than other restaurants. Service was reasonably good and attentive.