The Frenchy's Fried Chicken on the Beltway at West Bellfort is open for business. Frenchy's has been adding locations all over town.
Acacia Food Market, the ambitious and impressive Turkish market on Wilcrest at the Southwest Freeway
Another option for Turkish foods is Makkah Mart, 10560 Synott @ West Bellfort, Sugar Land, and, of course, Phoenicia on Westheimer. Makkah Mart is now known as Anatolia.
Lotus Seafood Market, 8550 S. Braeswood at Gessner got a rave review in Houstonia Magazine. It's rare for any place in our part of town to even be noticed by the foodie media. Dining in accommodations are very basic. The tales of long lines are true and the parking lot is usually crammed; it's best to call in an order and get it to go. Lotus Seafood Market on Facebook. There are pictures of the menu.
Ruchi's Taqueria on Gessner between 59 and Beechnut has become Jabastian's.
Edit to add:
I drove by the former Sheba Cafe location, 6521 Bissonnet @ Hillcroft, and saw the 'Open' sign lighted in the window again. I found a Facebook page. It's now called Habesha Cafe, an Eritrean restaurant, and apparently it's been open all along. The sign in the window says it's open 7 days a week. They must neglect to turn on the Open sign many days!
Panaderia y Pupuseria La Sultana has moved into the space formerly occupied by Panaderia Mexicana & Colombiana, 6039 Bissonnet. La Sultana was for a long time located in the center at Beechnut and Bissonnet that has been razed for an Aldi. It also housed a Central American grocery store at the former location but I don't know if that's the case here.
Mido, the Turkish/Middle Eastern sandwich shop at 6905 Bissonnet has closed.