• Angleton ISD Culinary & Hospitality

    Wildcat Bistro

  • Join us for our last Wildcat Bistro meal this week, May 2nd! Meals will be buffet style for you to select from. Dine in or take out between 11:30am-1:30pm 

    Menu 5/2/24 Grand Buffet. Garden salad, roasted pork loin, pan sear flank steak, & sides

    School Pay link: Wildcat Bistro 5/2/2024

  • Angleton community, we are so excited to reopen our Wildcat Bistro!

    Come enjoy a culinary delight prepared and served by AHS Culinary Arts & Hospitality Students! Experience the passion and creativity of our student chefs at Wildcat Bistro. Our student-led lunch bistro is an innovative and inspiring place, where our young chefs create and serve delicious meals. Support our students as they gain hands-on experience in the inner workings of running a restaurant. We encourage you to dine in the Bistro to give our students the extra experience of operating a restaurant. 

    All Bistro guests must check in at the CTE main office with their drivers license & get a temporary badge for security purposes.


    Unfortunately, students are not allowed to purchase or eat the food provided by the Wildcat Bistro. Please see below for more information. 
    School meals are healthy meals that are required to meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. To receive federal reimbursements, school meal programs must offer “reimbursable” meals that meet strict federal nutrition standards. These standards, also referred to as “the meal pattern,” require schools to offer students the right balance of fruits, vegetables, low-fat or fat-free milk, whole grains and lean protein with every meal.
    Since July 1, 2014, the US Department of Agriculture’s Smart Snacks in School rules have required all foods and beverages sold separate from school meals to meet new nutrition standards. Often referred to as “competitive foods,” because they are sold in competition to the complete reimbursable school meal, these items include entrees, sides, snacks or drinks sold during the school day in vending machines, snack bars and a la carte lines. The rules do not apply to food and beverages brought from home or sold during non-school hours, weekends or at off-campus events (e.g. concessions during sporting events and school plays).