Since opening in 2003, NAAN has given a lot of happiness to sushi lovers in Uptown Dallas. The menu has a lot of variety, and there is a vast assortment of sushi and sashimi to pick from. Whether you like tuna, fresh water eel, red snapper, smoked salmon, sweet shrimp or something else, this restaurant will have something for you. Rice bowls, bento boxes and sandwiches are also available. Your NAAN visit gets even more enjoyable after 10p on Saturdays, for that is when the karaoke starts.
A komali, which literally means 'an open fire griddle,' is usually used by the Mexican people to prepare tortillas and toast cacao beans for coffee. Chef Salum makes efforts to distinguish the authentic Mexican cuisine from the popular Tex-Mex cuisine by serving upscale yet still traditional preparations of south of the border favorites like the legendary Mole Negro served over chicken.
This modest, moderately priced Lemmon Avenue Indian restaurant is a favorite lunch place for downtowner's. Taj Express serves an excellent all-you-can-eat buffet. One of the house specialties is the Chicken and cauliflower in an ultra-spicy curry sauce. Chicken Vindaloo is also an excellent choice. Appetizers include Fried Spinach dredged in lentil flour and Samosas (pastries with spiced potatoes and peas). You will also find cut fruits and vegetables, along with rice pudding with cardamom and almonds on the buffet.
For excellent Chinese cuisine, Lover's Egg Roll is a fast-food option without the fast food taste. This local favorite serves one of the best crispy egg rolls in town. The decor is stark but comfortable. The food is the focus. The menu is above the order counter on a cafeteria-style board. The traditional sesame pork and lo mien noodle dishes are fantastic entrees, but leave room for an order or two of egg rolls. Additional locations include two others in Dallas, as well as Plano, Lewisville, Irving and Southlake.
The Metro Diner, located in the busy Preston Center shopping and business district, is always a great place for a wonderful breakfast or hearty hamburgers. The retro 1950's interior is complete with red vinyl booths and bar stools, and is always packed with regular patrons. Daily breakfast specials are a good choice, although the Homemade Flapjacks are hard to beat. For lunch, try the old-fashioned hamburgers or a traditional sandwich. This is good old-fashioned food, which is sure to leave you satisfied.
Italian dining in a restaurant that will make you think you are in New York. This small, narrow restaurant is a terrific choice for intimate Italian cuisine. The dimly-lit cafe is full of brick alcoves that showcase art. Here, at Amore Italian Restaurant, busy evening hours are very exciting, as the shoulder-to-shoulder conversations create a very New York-style atmosphere. Favorites on the menu are lasagna, Chicken Aristocrat (a grilled chicken and fettuccine dish) and scrumptious wood-fired pizzas. Truly a food lover's delight!
This is a jewel of Northern Italy in downtown Dallas, with an unparalleled selection of authentic Sardinian dishes and Tuscan-influenced pizzas and pastas. The rustic appearance invokes the spirit of the Mediterranean. Business diners lunch selections focus on pizza and pasta. Choices include Homemade Sausage or Grilled Chicken Pizza, Stuffed Tortellini, Stuffed Pork Loin and Marinated Shrimp and Scallops. Dinner choices are extensive, ranging from fried calamari and sauteed mussels to poached salmon, veal medallions and aged rib eye steak. Reservations recommended.
The friendly tavern-next-door features an inspiring contemporary menu while staying true to its warm and homely appeal. Start off with one of their draft or bottled beer, or an innovative cocktail alternative. For a wholesome meal, The Porch offers an extensive variety of familiar dishes with unfamiliar spins. Choose a stuffed sandwich or melt, or opt for one of their specialties pulled from either side of the world, like Schnitzel, Smoked Brisket Enchiladas, Stroganoff and so on. Sides like Smoked Ham Mac & Cheese, Smoked Red Pepper Hummus and other adventurous choices truly tantalize the palate. Whether eating a downhome or uptown spread, you're guaranteed to satisfy your cravings, not to mention your wallet.
Taco Bueno is much more than a fast food joint. To the proclaimed "Buenoheads" who are devoted fans, it is the ultimate in a Tex-Mex culture. The menu offers traditional Tex-Mex food such as tacos, burritos and enchiladas. And, since 2007, they are serving breakfast items and healthier options for the weight conscious. It's great for those who don't feel like eating out but don't want to sacrifice taste buds as a result.
Rise has made the illustrious soufflé delicious and accessible for the everyman. Situated in a whimsically designed venue where literally every object d'art is for sale, diners begin their experience with a selection from the 50 wines available by the glass and half-glass. As the soufflés take time to prepare, begin with a simple salad or onion soup. Entrees include selections like Escargot Soufflé topped with Goat Cheese and Pesto, Ham and Gruyere or Truffle-infused Wild Mushroom. The cheese trolley will be presented next and then finish with a Grand Marnier soufflé for a memorable desert.
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